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February 23, 2009

10 Awesome Ways to Integrate Twitter With Your Website

Filed under: twitter,Uncategorized — brianarmsey @ 8:28 pm
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Jan 23rd in Articles by Glen Stansberry Web developers with social media savvy are in hot demand.

Imagine what it would be like to promise your clients a web presence that is fully integrated with their Twitter strategy and makes it easier for their content to go viral on Twitter. Would be nice, no? Well — why imagine?

The tools for web developers to add a touch of Twitter to any site are out there and easy to use. Trust us — your clients will love you for it!

There’s no better time to start utilizing Twitter integration tools than right now.

–Here are 10 of the most useful ways to start turning your site readers (or your client’s customer base) into Twitter followers, and vice versa.

Author: Glen Stansberry Glen Stansberry is a web developer and blogger. You can read more tips on web development at his blog Web Jackalope or follow him on Twitter.

1. Twitter Widgets If you’re just getting started with wanting to integrate Twitter into your site, than simply adding the traditional Twitter widget to your site’s sidebar is a great start. It’s not sexy, but it’s a great way to show your latest tweets on your website. It’s an effective way to get readers involved into your Twitter updates, without taking up too much screen real estate. Twitter widgets can be used with virtually any site or blog, including HTMl-only pages. While they may not require the most exciting development hack to incorporate Twitter into a website (copy + paste), simplicity is not a bad thing. (more…)

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February 15, 2009

Making Money on Twitter

Filed under: twitter — brianarmsey @ 10:54 pm
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By Harry Skillings

Making Money With Twitter is certainly possible. By now everyone has heard of Twitter. It is now ranked 596 on the most visited websites in the world. It founded by Jack Dorsey, Biz Stone, and Evan Williams. It began as a research project inside a San Francisco company Odeo in March 2006. It incorporated in 2007

The Wall Street Journal wrote, “These social-networking services elicit mixed feelings in the technology-savvy people who have been their early adopters. Fans say they are a good way to keep in touch with busy friends. But some users are starting to feel ‘too’ connected, as they grapple with check-in messages at odd hours, higher cellphone bills, and the need to tell acquaintances to stop announcing what they’re having for dinner.”

That’s how I felt when I first heard about it . Do I really want to know what people are doing during their days ? Of course now that I’ve tried it, I love it. Its like a blog in that it gives you a chance to express yourself but you don’t have to write much. You just give updates. I’m sure many people will get bored of it , but the marketers will use it to try and make money. After all, this is America, and where there is a will, there is a way to make money. I’m not talking about Twitter itself monetizing the site. I’m talking about the users making a profit while they “Tweet”.

The most obvious way to make money is by putting your affiliate link inside of your posts. You don’t want to overdo this because Twitter frowns on it and people realize you are just trying to sell them things. Another way to make money is to get a user name that will attract people. For instance, you could choose the name Boston Red Sox. You would probably get people, following your page, who are interested in the Boston Red Sox. Then, you could sell them things related to baseball or the Red Sox . That is a couple of methods, perhaps you can think of more!

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