Raise Awareness of Your Business With Twitter

Irun Business Intelligence in Monmouth has started a campaign to raise the awareness among businesses in the South Wales region of the importance of Twitter as a marketing tool. Through a series of workshops, local businesses will be shown how to use Twitter to achieve top of mind awareness with existing and potential customers. The workshop takes attendees from the basics of setting up a Twitter account through to ensuring that they can be found by local consumers wanting to buy their products and services.

Uniquely, the workshop addresses the importance of creating local Twitter “nodes” in order to improve the usefulness of Twitter as a business tool. This involves training business people to use a range of Twitter services such as Twellow, Socialoomph and Twollo.

Feedback from businesses attending the workshop has been 100% positive and there is massive demand for places at future events in the series. To reserve your place contact

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