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For today’s quick tip, we’re going to talk about Twitter. It’s a social networking website that allows you to push information out to what it could be millions and millions of potentials viewers. NASSA uses the service for the rover that is exploring Mars right now and every time that finds something interesting, its sends back a text message, which get broadcast to anybody who wants to subscribe and learn about that message.
Well did you know that you can do the same thing for your business? You can basically create messages up to a 140 characters in length and you can push them out to anybody that wants to subscribe to what you have to say. It can be news about your business, it can be about your products or services, it can just be about your company. The point is that it’s really easy to use and it really doesn’t cost anything to set it up to do it. Let me show you how?
We’ve got Get Connected TV listed up on the screen behind me here, basically what we’ve done is anytime we’ve got some information about an episode that’s airing right now, we simply just let everybody that subscribe to our Twitter know what’s going on, you can do the same with your business. You simply go once your set up an account, you go to the home page and what it does it gives you a little text box, your typing your message what your doing right now. AJ is talking about Twitter and you update it, that immediately gets broadcast to anybody who subscribe and gets your message out there with out causing you anything.