This course is called Twitter Traffic Exposed.
While going over the sales page of this particular e-book, we were impressed and decided to go ahead and make the purchase. Fortunately, it was worth the money spent!
The e-book in question is Twitter Traffic Exposed by Jani G and Ian Fernando. We dug right into the training and, before we knew it, had completed all 77 pages.
We have read several of the latest e-books on Twitters: We’ve even created a Twitter product ourselves. Twitter Traffic Exposed is the real deal. We didn’t find a bunch of tricks and gimmicks in this book. Instead, we found solid information on both the use of Twitter and great insight on social marketing in general.
One of the things that really stood out is the importance of have a unique profile (background image) that sets your Twitter page a step above the rest. It falls right in line with something Donald Trump said on the Apprentices this past Sunday. “Those who are successful in life and business have to the better than the rest, all of the time! My dad used to tell me the same thing when I was growing up. Son, if a job isn’t worth doing right, and doing your best, it’s not worth doing at all.”
This is only a fragment of the great information contained within the pages of Twitter Traffic Exposed. If you are using Twitter for marketing and business, or are thinking about doing so, this is a great resource.
Our friend informed us today that Twitter just received the coveted PR 9 on Google (page rank): so if you aren’t already using Twitter, now would be a great time to get started as it’s only going to get bigger.
Twitter is a resource that is here to stay. It’s been the talk of the television media and is quickly becoming a household term. Twitter Traffic Exposed is a great place to learn the right way to do things both on Twitter and in the world of Web 2.0.
Long story short, four stars guys! You’ve created a winner here! We can’t wait to get into the videos tomorrow! Many thanks!
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