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Getting Smarter About Using Twitter

By Troy Wilson
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I have been using Twitter more lately. Trying to learn how I can really use it to add value to my aged mortgage and debt lead clients.

My role here is to help those who are committed to helping fellow Americans who are struggling financially. With that objective in mind I have been using Twitter primarily to inform my followers of blog posts and other important, useful, or motivational stuff I find in my daily online news consumption and education.

I have patterned my activity much like Robert Scoble does for the tech industry–I am a big sharer of information. I think it is important to help you find the best marketing and sales information you can in the least amount of time.

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In that pursuit I have picked up a couple of great tips on how to improve your own Twitter results. Here are a few great ones:

  • If you want more followers on Twitter (Robert Scoble)
  • 20 ideas on how to get a conversation going on Twitter (Robert Scoble)

Hope these get your Twitter conversations and results turned up. I have met a lot of great people on Twitter so far–and picked up a couple of clients.

Of course, if you want to talk more–Follow me on Twitter: @troywilson.

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Troy Wilson

About Troy Wilson

Troy is the CEO and founder of Aged Lead Store. He has been in the lead generation industry for over two decades. His blog posts focus on how to refine your sales process and get the most out of your insurance leads, mortgage leads, and solar leads.

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