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Our Favorite Twitter Marketing Hack #1733
May 13, 2021

Our Favorite Twitter Marketing Hack

In episode #1733, we talk about our favorite Twitter hack. Many world leaders and high-profile tech executives can most likely be found hanging out on Twitter compared to other platforms.  For this reason, Twitter is a great place to start if you want to build profitable connections or get the right eyeballs on your content. Tune in and learn how to start relationships and get your content shared on Twitter today!

TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES:

  • [00:25] Today’s topic: Our Favorite Twitter Marketing Hack.
  • [00:27] We use Twitter because it’s where leaders hang out.
  • [00:53] How to get the right people sharing your content.
  • [01:46] The best way of connecting to important people.
  • [03:29] World leaders don’t hang out on Instagram as much.
  • [03:43] Make sure to rate and review this podcast!

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