Grow your business through Twitter


Twitter is a real-time information network where people can discover what’s happening in the world right now, share information instantly and connect with people and businesses around the globe.

With over 300 million monthly active users and 500 million Tweets sent every day, Twitter offers your business an opportunity to reach potential customers interested in what you have to offer.

What’s more, 80% of users on Twitter are accessing it via a mobile device. There is a real opportunity for businesses to reach potential customers no matter where they are or what they’re doing.

There are two main ways that Twitter can add value to your brand:

Grow followers

Research shows that when someone follows you on Twitter, they not only see your Tweets – they also take actions that benefit your business.

For example, followers share positive experiences about the businesses they follow with their own networks, Retweet your Tweets, and are more likely to purchase from you in the future. These actions may be explained by the fact that 85% of Twitter users say they feel more connected to small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) after following them.*

Drive website clicks or conversions

Twitter’s millions of active users are a powerful asset that extends well beyond the product. In fact, 47% of users who follow a business are more likely to visit the company’s website. To help you tap into this opportunity and increase your website traffic, Kiote Services will create campaigns that seamlessly bring users to your site.

Even a single follower can benefit your business. Now multiply that benefit by your total number of followers. Then consider Twitter’s millions of monthly active users and the followers that you can attract in the future. That’s the true size of the opportunity for your business on Twitter.

Contact Kiote Services today to discuss advertising opportunities on Twitter. We can have your campaign up and running in days.

*Twitter + DB5 “Small Business Customer Insights Study” U.S. 2014

July 3, 2015