Using Hashtags In Advertising Grand Opening

Put Structure to your Marketing

 

Twitter Grand Opening

Can Help Spread the Word and Draw Customers

Social marketing has taken over the world. Virtually anyone who has access to the internet, or a cell phone has an account on Twitter. Twitter allows 140 characters, which is not a lot, but it leaves enough to get the message across. One thing that Twitter users will notice is the use of the hashtag or # symbol. By strategically using the characters allowed and placing the marketing savvy “tweet”, Twitter Grand openings can be fabulous and free to promote.

 Preparing for a Twitter Grand Opening Using Hashtags

The hashtags are really catching on in the virtual world. They are now being used on various other networking sites as well as in text messages. But, the whole purpose of the hashtag is to create a link to what the person is “tweeting” about. When someone posts a comment on twitter, for example about a grand opening, they can easily put a hashtag; #Grandopening. Anyone who clicks on this hashtag can see the details and what everyone else is talking about the grand opening as well. It is a great way to stir attention about a sale or business opening. Browsing Twitter, it is common to see many hashtags are used various topics and it is easy to click and follow them. The same goes for “retweeting”, to get a message across. If a company is already established on Twitter, they can ask their follower to “retweet” the grand opening message. Each time a follower “retweets” the communication, it goes out for their entire followers list to see.

 

 Business Owners Are Taking Advantage Of Twitter Marketing

Because Twitter is a free service, business owners are taking advantage of this method of marketing. By simply “tweeting” about a grand opening, it is easy to draw a great crowd. The important thing is to get people to “retweet” and also to have them hashtag the grand opening. Putting pictures or videos on Twitter and having these passed around can also be effective. It is amazing, how quickly the word about a grand opening and the details, can be passed all over the internet in a matter of minutes.

By getting as many followers as you can on Twitter, a company can easily spread the word about their event, or products. Because, there is not cost associated with viral advertising, business owners can take advantage and let the social aspects entice others to find out about their business.