3 Ways To Use Location Based Twitter Marketing

by 15 Feb 2010
There are many mortgage professionals that believe Twitter is a waste of time for their business. However, most of them are unaware of Twitter applications and strategies that are specifically designed for our industry. Before sharing 3 ways to use location based twitter marketing in your business, here are some basic Twitter strategies to get you started:
  1. Post Some Interesting Things Going on In Your Life people are interested in learning more about you as a person. Constantly posting business related content is boring and will not attract people to you.
  2. Target your market by searching for your niche area find and follow people of interest that you can learn and grow from in your niche market.
  3. Join Professional Social Networking Sites like Active Rain and find the Twitter groups and write a blurb about yourself. People that are interested will follow you.
  4. Post a question with a poll of course your poll will be on your website or blog but let everyone know that you have a poll.
  5. Ask for help or direction in an area where you need clarification


  • by David | 2/15/2010 4:08:27 PM

    These are all great tools! But there is one tool missing.. a private label tweet engine.

    Why advertise 3rd party links if you dont have too?

    This tool was launched about 2 weeks ago and I have gotten great feedback!

    Check it out here. http://scrnch.me/w5gin

    I never used Twellow but will give it a second look now..


  • by Naomi | 2/15/2010 5:36:30 PM

    I have received a few phone calls from this post and I thought I'd share a few tips about the Demand Spot site. I was asked what keywords to enter in order to find people. Here are a few ideas to get you started: "tired of renting", "house hunting" and "buy a house". Remember to think of words that people would tweet in conversation after looking for a house or deciding to look for a house.

  • by 4 Killer Ways To Use Twitter In Your Business | Th | 4/13/2010 1:21:52 PM

    [...] Here is a previous post where I suggest a great site, Hootsuite,


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