Can I buy from you?

Isn’t that what every business owner wants to hear from people… “Can I buy from you”?

With Twitter, it’s easier and faster than ever to have people ask you that question, “if” you implement the 3 simple yet highly effective keys. That’s the secret.

First lets identify a common problem. Whether they realize it or not; some entrepreneurs, business owners or salespeople alike are ramming, jamming and cramming their products and services down our throats in tweets and/or direct messages on Twitter. If you or anyone you know is doing this, people will burp up the information and it’ll leave a bad taste in their mouth. Then you’ll be looked upon as that pushy salesperson. So what ever you do, don’t be that person.

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With that being said, we know that people HATE to be sold to, but LOVE to buy.
People especially love to buy from those they know, like and trust.

So how do we get to know people and have them like and/or trust us? With Twitter, It’s much easier than you think, can happen fast and with no out of pocket expense.

Check back soon on TwitterWatchdog to discover the 3 major Keys on Twitter to position yourself and your business so people will say “Can I buy from you”?

What would you recommend people to do or not to do when it comes to marketing and sales on Twitter?

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2 Responses to “Can I buy from you?”

  • avatar Nile Flores says:

    The problem is that there are too many who are not engaging with their followers and even potential clients/ customers because they miss the total point of Twitter. There cannot be influence without trust. I live in a small town and right now, my goal is to tell small business why it might be a good thing to have a handle online. I will be writing about this in a TWD post very soon.

  • avatar Skeeter says:

    Hi Niles,
    Great job and thank you so much for your words of wisdom. People are always looking for the easy way to do things, even if it doesn’t work. What you said about engaging is true and I can’t wait to read your post on TWD to learn more.

    Thanks for the comment,
    Skeeter

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