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Twitter ads - are they worth it? I have an online business, so it's pretty scalable - dabbling with Google Adwords and Facebook advertising at the moment

Twitter ads - are they worth it? I have an online business, so it's pretty scalable - dabbling with Google Adwords and Facebook advertising at the moment

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    Answer: Angus, my first question would be, do you know your ideal customer? No advertising strategy can work without knowing your ideal customer? How can you effectively target the right customer if you don't know who you are targeting? You need to target your ideal customers pain points and supply a solution to effortively create a marketing strategy. If you need to know more, feel welcome to download my free eBook at www.amandahoffmann.com which will take you step by step to knowing the answers to these questions.

    • Amanda Hoffmann
    • 18 Dec 2016
    • 09:37 PM
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    Answer: Hi Angus, I think that it depends on your business. Social media is an amazing and powerful tool for businesses when used correctly. Where people go wrong is throwing themselves across all platforms and not being able to do them well. Try building an audience organically, building relationships and understanding the platform. You will then see whether twitter is right for your business and for you and then will be able to justify spending the money.

    • Expert: aj koch
    • 07 Jul 2016
    • 04:59 PM
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