In episode #1466, we talk about why Twitter is an underrated social media platform. Compared to most other channels, Twitter has many high net worth individuals engaging and sharing valuable information, making this the best platform for learning and shaping your worldview. Tune in to hear how cheap ads on Twitter can make a big difference to your business!
TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES:
- [00:25] Today’s topic: Why Twitter is A Severely Underrated Platform.
- [00:34] An example of how running Twitter ads can lead to important conversations.
- [01:00] The branding value you can get for as little as $10 or $15 a day.
- [01:11] Getting impressions and a wide reach are the most important benefits of Twitter posts.
- [01:41] From an ads and learning perspective, Twitter is the best social media network.
- [02:03] Twitter has a lot of smart, high net worth people engaging.
- [02:48] Eric shares the number of impressions he is getting on his Twitter posts.
- [03:38] There is not a lot of competition for advertising on Twitter.
- [04:38] Use Twitter to have your worldview shaped by intelligent people.
- [04:54] That’s it for today!
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