Join Bobby Owsinski for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Twitter for Musicians and Bands.
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Now that you've read all about the ins and…outs of Twitter, let's summarize the eight tips and tricks.…Set up your profile.…Your bio should include who you are and what you tweet about.…Be sure to use a photo of you or…your band, not a baby picture, celebrity or avatar.…Include your website or blog link in your profile.…Properly craft your tweets.…Use fewer than 120 characters in any tweet for greater response.…Place a link in every tweet, if you can.…Use link shorteners, like bitly, TinyURL, or Owly,…to make more room for text and links.…
Also, don't use more than two hash tags per tweet.…Stay away from anything negative since that's a good way lose followers.…Use a Twitter helper app like HootSuite TweetDeck to see all your…Twitter feeds in one place to schedule your tweets and obtain Twitter analytics.…Follow your fans, find people talking about…your band, music or brand and follow them.…Whenever someone mentions you, add them to a fans list.…Follow them closely and tweet them…separately about gigs, videos, and song releases.…
Want more music marketing tips? Check out Facebook for Musicians and Bands and YouTube for Musicians and Bands.
- Filling out your Twitter profile
- Crafting a promotional tweet
- Using the correct keywords as hashtags
- Sharing photos, songs, and videos
- Scheduling tweets
- Using Chirpify for sales
- Measuring Twitter performance