I know I’ve never worked on my laptop in a zoo and, unless you count answering a work email on my Smartphone (after I’ve washed my hands, naturally), I can safely say I’ve never worked in a public toilet. But apparently some of you have according to a new survey. What were you thinking?!
When you enter the world of Twitter as a business, barely any of the shared content seems worthy of reading.
So much of it is repeated posts of sales and discounts, coupled with garishly coloured graphics and barely relevant hashtags littered throughout. And usually, it’s these tweets that customers see right through.
That’s why when it comes to crafting your own Twitter content, you should make sure you stand out from the crowd and don’t scare off your audience with banal and dreary tweets that simply shout about your products.
Twitter announced in February that it would be taking extra action against spam on the platform by introducing new rules.
These will change the way spam is monitored by the platform and apply specifically to multiple accounts and automation.
Accounts that fail to comply with these new rules will be suspended from Twitter, which is why it’s especially important for you to assess your Twitter strategy.