We have had some kind clients who took time out to write about their experiences with us. See below…

Two Simple Twitter Tips to Virtually Dominate Your Niche

Nichole Elizabeth DeMeréBy Nichole Elizabeth DeMeré

Here’s a crazy statistic. On average, Twitter sees 500 million tweets per day. Out of all of the interactions people have with these tweets, 92% of them involve clicking links.

For some of us, getting in on that action feels as easy as chatting with a barista at the local coffee shop. For others, getting website traffic from Twitter may as well be alchemy. That’s okay, since it actually is possible to turn Tweets into gold. I promise.

If your target audience is on Twitter — this is the primary caveat — Twitter marketing is the best way to increase targeted traffic to your website.

The. Best. I don’t use those words lightly. There are two reasons: 1) Twitter attracts almost everybody, which makes finding a large audience for your niche (however small it is) easy; and 2) Twitter, along with helpful tools like Tribeboost, can help you find people in your audience.

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TribeBoost Review: Twitter Follower Growth Service

Evan DunnBy Evan Dunn
Social media is new, so the terminology is still being formed. You might be more interested in TribeBoost if I called it “social advertising” (so you know it competes with alternatives like Twitter ads, or more broadly with Facebook or LinkedIn ads).

But the term “social advertising” implies that you can run a content-based campaign with TribeBoost – which you can’t. TribeBoost does one thing, and one thing only: it grows your Twitter followers. Scroll down to see awesome screenshot proof of how much TribeBoost rocks.

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50 Growth Hacking Tools For Marketers At Startups

Dmitry DragilevBy Dmitry Dragilev
Young startups have to grow at least 30% year over year to be able to capture the customers they need. Growth hacking has been one of the most talked-about terms in the startup marketing world.
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Simple Growth Hacks for Entrepreneurs: 3-12 Months

Shanelle MullinBy Shanelle Mullin
Congratulations on a successful launch, my friend. It was a long time coming and it went off without a hitch. But… now what?
Once the launch is over, the growth hacking doesn’t stop. Yesterday, we covered how to get your startup on the map during the launch phase. Today, we’re going to look at how to keep your startup on the map. Why settle for 15 minutes of fame, right?
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How I Broke Twitter

maryrose lyonsby Maryrose Lyons
And then fixed it up again – this is a story with a happy ending y’all!
I’ve been on Twitter since the early days. When I first signed up to it, there was no question that I’d use it for business – they just weren’t there yet. I use Twitter as myself. I am on as @maryrose, and I tweet about all the stuff that goes on for me. This includes social media, content, marketing, but it also leaves me free to shout at the telly, cheer on our team in the rugby, and so on…
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Low Budget and Engagement “Marketing,” with Evan Dunn – Ep.16

unscrambledby Social Media Unscrambled Podcast
Wow! We welcomed Evan Dunn, Social Media Specialist with Marketeering Group, and he shared so much truth about social media “marketing.”
We discussed lean/no budget marketing, Twitter following tactics, human behavior (when it comes to online interaction), and engagement marketing.
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SuddenlyCEO: Kevin Strasser, Founder of TribeBoost

sara llanesBy Sarah Llanes
I signed up for a TribeBoost free trial account at the recommendation of SuddenlyCEOs contributor, Violeta (Founder of BeTweet and amazing writer and friend). I was evaluating various social media applications for growing our followers base. When I signed up, I received a personal email from Kevin, TribeBoost’s Founder – not to give me a sales pitch, but to tell me that he’d seen the SuddenlyCEOs link in my Twitter profile and loved the concept. 

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