If you haven’t heard of Twitter yet, you’re about to. It may not be the biggest social network out there, but the way Twitter was designed, and subsequently the way people tend to use it, lends itself to much more of an information and communication tool, whereas sites like Facebook tend to just become a place to connect with friends, rather than disseminate information.
Once you get onboard with Twitter, there are a plethora of options when it comes to clients, add-ons and services that extend Twitter, making it more useful. This is because Twitter chose from the beginning to provide an open API to developers. You don’t need to know what that means technically, but what it means practically is that there are websites and pieces of software (that are generally free, or very low cost) that can transform Twitter into a marketing machine for your small business. Here’s a look at 3 popular tools that can take your Twitter game to the next level.
Read about the 3 Twitter Tools at http://www.homebusinessbug.com/3-twitter-tools-for-your-work-from-home-business-10163/