Essential Twitter Marketing Rules

Establish Your Twitter Presence Now, Then Follow Aaron’s Rules.

Article Synopsis, Review and Recommendations: 7 Essential Marketing Rules for Twitter by Aaron Zitzer
Aaron Zitzer points out on “Twitter you can engage with almost anyone” and cites Twitter as a compelling tool for business. I agree. However, the painstaking, overly cautious set of rules Aaron gives, might cause some business owners to dismiss Twitter as something they neither have the time, nor resources to utilize. I highly recommend each of Aaron’s rules. However, time is of the essence in establishing a Twitter presence, especially for branding. There may be another business using your name, and there is also the common practice of hijacking brand names.(Some enterprising individuals take great pleasure in sending false tweets from business brand names, or will simply set up a brand name on Twitter, then demand payment to hand over the reins.) While Aaron correctly points out the wrong approach can a create a PR nightmare for a business, being overly cautious can also back fire, or be a waste of time and resources, 
 I recommend the following three rules in order of importance.


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