Mar 01

21 Days to Twitter Leadership

Microsoft Word - 21 Days To Twitter Leadership-V1.9.6.docI’ve just read a great ebook written by Joel Mark Witt and Nicole Finsham called “21 Days to Twitter Leadership”. This book is a step-by-step guide for using Twitter to position yourself as a leader in your industry in less than 10 minutes a day, even if you don’t know anything about computers.

Filled with great information, this book gives you information most professionals and businesses don’t know about using Twitter to build your business and market your products and services.   When you are done reading this book you will have mastered the fundamentals of Twitter.  “21 Days to Twitter Leadership” gives you these fundamentals in clear, easy-to-understand language.

The authors take us through the basics of creating an account, gaining followers and offering useful information to followers.  The instructions for using Twitter will allow you to draw people to you without turning them off with too much self-promotion.

For some readers, the length of the book and the amount of information offered may be overwhelming. But for readers who are ready to dig in and learn the techniques and strategies that turn a new user into a Twitter Leader, this book is your operations manual. I use Twitter every day in my business. I found myself nodding in agreement over and over as Witt and Fincham accurately lay out the how and the why of a good Twitter strategy.

This book is for anyone who is thinking of jumping into the world of Twitter to market a business.  The section on how to sell your boss on the idea of using Twitter is a great resource for readers who will need to educate their superiors before they can Twitter for business.

Disclosure: If you buy this book from this affiliate link, I may gain monetarily from the transaction. If you don’t buy it, you could be missing the opportunity to learn how to be a Twitter Leader in your industry.

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