What if there were a tool to help you use Twitter to find the most meaningful relationships through easily engaging people in conversation? Any introvert, heck, most people online, don’t want to expend the time and energy to filter through tweets, to search down a tool or to engage in time consuming ways that move the conversation further along. When you are in customer service (CRM), marketing online or business development, it really is, about the conversation. How you get to analyze the most worthy conversations to continue is now made so much more easy for your social media marketing. Well now, Twitter users, even if you are an online introvert, you can charge up your online conversations with, https://commun.it/ a tool to more easily engage in online conversations.
Pay attention to people who are the highest-value. At the core of any community, any personal network, you will find influencers, supporters and engaged members. As a professional speaker and trainer in my local community, I find people who refer me to others who they think I can help, people who come out to various meetings to hear my presentations, and people who might mention about me to others. You find that same kind of high-value following online. And https://commun.it/ makes it as easy as it can for you to engage followers with a proper acknowledgement. Often, embarrassingly, better than might be done in person.
Know the people who you want to consider to know better. It’s easy enough to ask someone in your home community, “How did you find me?” or “How did you hear about me?” But online? Usually not so easy. Again it’s easier via the work done by commun.it. You can easily spot people who have a high or low engagement level with you, or whose influence level may make them someone you want to get to know. You know quickly who to engage in moving along the conversation to further your business goals.
Reduce your stress by managing your energy. Look I firmly believe we all have a life, or at least want to have a life, with face-to-face conversations. But how do you know who to move to a telephone or Skype conversation? Again, commun.it takes most of the work out of your head and puts it in front of your eyes. Unlike on Twitter where your home feed, even lists, treats everything equal, you have a tool that prioritizes updates for you. For example, I can see the number of engagements each follower has with me if I want to – the DMs to and from, the mentions and even the hashtags someone uses frequently! And even easier is that those followers have already been prioritized. And for the introvert, it’s all about the analyzing and further processing.
This is all the equivalent in-person engagement where: 1) you are keeping track in some way of people who refer you, 2) you are listening to what people are saying about you and your work and 3) you are able to put your attention and energy on people who you want to have a more intimate relationship with in some way for your business success.
Are you a https://commun.it/ person? Are you an introvert? How useful have you found it to be?
Geek Girl says
I set up an account on Communit but I still cannot figure out how to use it. Big sigh… And to answer that last question, yes, I am an introvert. 🙂
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Also set up an account with Commune It. It doesn’t tell my anything I didn’t already know.
My most active connection on Twitter is a guy I grew up with who is now a top guy in Silicon Valley. He tweets a lot of my articles to his connections in that part of the US.
Pat I mentioned him with a purpose. Am of the opinion that using Twitter the way you suggest and I agree is a great idea, works really well in the US. But outside? Seriously don’t think it would be anywhere near as successful in Sweden for the simple reason that Twitter isn’t such a huge hit here.
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Susan Cooper says
I am set up and use it all the time. I love it because it gives me the opportunity to share who has been my greatest supporter etc. It really helps me reduce the the time to accomplish what I want with twitter.
I highly recommend it for anyone who struggles with managing their time and twitter. 🙂
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I also set up an account, and although I could get some of the information in other places, it brings it altogether, so I use it all the time. It’s both a time saver and a good focusing tool.
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Geek Girl, I’ll pass this on to the team at Commun.it if you like? They are QUITE responsive. Just let me know. I’m sure if they can make understanding it easier they will be delighted.
Intuitively I am also aware of who my influencers, and supporters on Twitter are for sure. What I like most is that Commun.it makes it SO easy to acknowledge them in that specific way. It’s a huge timesaver. Almost just like point and click.
Aaahh! Terrific point about knowing the area you want to aim for and whether or not the particular online tool is received well there.
Susan, time time time – that’s what a good deal of things are about for me these days. If it can do the job I can do in a better way, let me hear about it.
A.K. it’s a double serving tool for certain.
Susan Oakes says
I don’t use it so this information is really useful. I am seeing more people use it especially when a number of them at the same time tweet about there engaged followers.
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Rick Salas says
Thanks for sharing all the great tips and about the management system. Very powerful for so many marketing strategies. Have a great day Patricia!
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