“Twitter for small business” is a commonly used search phrase on Google. Twitter is a social network for people, organizations, businesses, causes, nonprofits, tv shows, franchises, hip-hop rappers, artists, couples, churches, Barack Hussein Obama, the Tea Party, new organizations, technology companies, multi-billion dollar corporations and even small business.
So, how is Twitter used for small business? How can Twitter be used to help small business? How can small business benefit from Twitter?
Here’s some examples of Twitter being used to help small business.
- The Etch A Sketch fits into the hands of any child. The Etch A Sketch sold many units after the flip-flop aficionado(according to Klout) Mitt Romney remarked on the child’s toy.
- Oreo, America’s favorite cookie, sells lots of cookies and maintains strong Klout through rampant retweets—especially following their key performance in the 2013 Super Bowl.
- Paper Clips, or should I say ACCO clips fit in your pocket—but with over 3,000 followers on Twitter, one must assume Twitter is good for their small business.
Whether your business works with products that can fit on a finger, in a child’s hand, or in both your hands—Twitter is strong for small business.