14 thoughts on “Twitter Review 2021”

  1. Greetings! I have known twitter for years, and I have always considered it as a platform to interact with friends from all over the world. With the huge crowd it has, I understand how important it can be to an online business, in terms of marketing. I agree with you a hundred percent that twitter makes it fun to reach many people with your opinions and promote your business.

    1. Twitter certainly has a following and is very popular, especially with Generation Z and that makes it a great place to connect and attract them to your business. Keeping your posts upbeat and eye-catching will soon have them following you and devouring your posts.

  2. Your site has so many wonderful ways to make money online. It can be overwhelming to decide which platform to use. Which platform is your favorite?

    Twitter is an excellent place to share blog posts that you write. It takes a lot of work to write a blog post, so promoting one’s position on multiple platforms would worth the effort. I have used it a little bit. It is worth checking out more.

    1. Hi Sharon, I think my favorite site to promote on is Pinterest. I enjoy creating pins in Canva and seeing how many people look and save and click through to my articles. I do enjoy Twitter as it is very quick.

      Which is your favorite promotion site?

  3. I don’t use twitter anymore but this is a good article to break it down and explain it for people who are just starting out. It’s a great platform for marketing individuals and single products so if you’re trying to use is for social media marketing do the research on your target audience and then reach out to that twitter community. 

    1. Definitely a great social media outlet for specific niche markets. As always you need to do your research and understand who you are trying to reach. It can really draw a lot of traffic to your business.

  4. I had never used twitter up until about two years ago. I was able to open an account. But then I got all confused with the retweets, and forwarding and all that sort of stuff. I decided it was not for me. Had I read your post back then, I would already be a twitter expert today. It’s not so complicated after all. Thank you very much for this explanation. I will give Twitter a second chance.

    1. Excellent idea Abel. I guess anything new usually takes a little time to understand. I’m glad that this has inspired you to have another go. Wishing you great success.

  5. Thanks for sharing.  I’ve honestly never used Twitter and don’t intend to.  BUT I didn’t realize they had a business profile option.  What sets the business profile apart from a standard profile?  How is it typically used, who should have a business account, and what makes it different from other platforms, especially when considering business marketing?

    1. Hi Molly, When we think about Twitter we tend to think of friends sharing the moment with each other and that is fun but a business profile is there just to promote your business. This is a great way to keep business and pleasure separate and only send business messages to people who would be interested. You don’t want to bombard anyone, especially your family and friends. I guess keeping them separate will really work for you.

  6. Very nice round up of the Twitter platform. For anyone who is just starting out and needing to create a profile for their personal use or business, they should have no problem following this step by step review/tutorial.

    Since I’ve started building my own website/blog, I feel twitter is a great place to start and master some marketing. I feel it is like a cocktail hour or hangout where you can really provide value and learn about your niche or industry. 

    Well written. I wish you continued success!

    1. What a great comment Brian and thanks for the encouragement. I’m pleased that Twitter is working out for you and it’s all about consistency with social media. Keep up the good work and get out there and be noticed. Wishing you great success too.

  7. Thanks for all your advice with Twitter, I am relatively new to the platform and can be a bit unsure about how much time I want to devote to it, as opposed to focusing on developing content for my website. I am concerned about getting too focused on too many platforms at once. What do you think about this?

    1. Definitely choose two social media sites that suit your business and stick to promoting on them AL. It is so easy to get sidetracked and waste a lot of time for not a lot to show. It takes a while to get known. I would suggest two social and two writing platforms (Quora, Medium, LinkedIn etc) max for daily promotion.

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