Delray Beach, FL (PRWEB) September 15, 2009
Twitter, the online business tool, is being talked about in every nook and cranny of the American culture this year, and one payday loan company, We Give Cash, is at the forefront of their respective industry by using it to bring their clients constant information about the valuable services they provide.
The real beauty of Twitter is that it is used by a vast array of people, it's simple to use, and its character limit to messages (140 words maximum) keeps interactions concise, manageable and productive, getting right to the heart of matters. This ultimately helps showcase WeGiveCash's offerings in front of both current borrowers and potential ones alike.
"We have increased our clientele considerably, as Twitter is now being used to show a different side of our company, which previously may have gone unnoticed in this very competitive market. There's also something a little more personal about those who have reached us through Twitter, as we have often found them to be more personal than the contacts we receive through our traditional channels," says Lilly Parkson, spokesperson for WeGiveCash.com, "This tool is great!"
This innovative young company has found Twitter to be a great way of informing their customer base of any new announcements or upcoming events that they want to share. Twitter can also be an excellent way to receive feedback, as We Give Cash has also discovered. For example, when they announced their re-launch through Twitter, We Give Cash asked their consumers to report on what they thought, and were pleasantly surprised to find out that the comments were very positive.
As any small business could tell you, it can be expensive to advertise. However, Twitter allows its users to search, converse and engage their clients while at the same time gaining exposure for their products and services. "Tweeting" with customers shows that you are attentive to their needs, and do not stop after the sale is completed. This also provides almost instant feedback and saves time and effort in researching what customers really want.
By using Twitter as a marketing tool, We Give Cash gets to provide invaluable information that they can in turn share with their followers and/or customers, to show their level of involvement in their industry. It has since assisted them in finding people who are in need of financial help, but may not know where to turn to for guidance. With Twitter, We Give Cash has been able to showcase their area of expertise, and engage people who they would like to have repeat business with. This helpful tool has also helped them expose their business offerings to a much larger audience.
To find out more information about this progressive company, please visit http://www.wegivecash.com.
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