Free webinar: 24 prospects a day on Twitter?

You are probably familiar with Twitter, maybe even dabbled just a bit.

Would you like to take advantage of the SHEER numbers of Twitter users, who LOVE simple, bite-size, marketing messages?

Gift Rep Sandy here with a personal invite to join a cutting edge Twitter webinar I am co-sponsoring with Ann Sieg of Daily Marketing Coach.

The live event will be TOMORROW, Thursday November 14, at 6 PM twitter-logo-birdPacific, 9 PM Eastern.

Check it out, or signup to get the replay

Guest Speaker Vince Reed is going to be pulling back the curtains on the secret world of Twitter, emphasizing NEW cutting edge tactics.

Here’s what you’ll learn from Vince on Thursday…

  • How to get massive exposure and have your tweets shown to all the followers of major leaders, brands, products and companies in your industry
  • How to target people who have specific interests on Twitter and who live in specific locations
  • How to have your tweets shown to hundreds of thousands or even millions of people (even if you only have a few followers)
  • The first and most important step to Twitter PPC: Getting your ad approved!
  • The crucial difference between “shopping” keywords and “buying” keywords on twitter
  • The 3 main categories of “buying” keywords on Twitter
  • The two primary types of content or offers you want to promote in your tweets for maximum traffic and  leads
  • The NUMBER ONE rule for advertising on Twitter PPC  you absolutely MUST meet in order for your tweets to generate an ROI (return on investment)
  • And more.

Just register below and claim your spot on this special invite webinar this Thursday, November 14th at 6pm PT/9pm ET

Hope to see you there!

PS If you can’t make it for the live event, if you sign up, you will be send REPLAY information. Replay will be up late Thursday, through midnight on Saturday.

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