A social media tool (or micro blog) that allows you to share thoughts in 140 characters or less.
Twitter is a great marketing tool for dealers to interact with their customers!
Username on Twitter.
Use your dealership name for your handle!
An update on Twitter; 140 characters or less!
Don’t forget to tweet about all your upcoming sales events.
Shows that you are tweeting something that was posted by another user.
Retweeting your customer’s tweets about your dealership on Twitter is a good way to get free publicity.
An action on Twitter that allows you to display other users’ tweets that you like.
We love to “favorite” any tweets about camping and RVing!
Responding to a fellow Twitter users tweet.
When customers reply to our tweets on Twitter it enables us to get a better idea of what they are thinking.
The symbol used to direct a tweet towards another user, or replying to an update by using @ and then the twitter handle.
@RVSocialMedia loves when dealers adventure out to the Twitosphere!
Shows who you have subscribed to.
You follow @HuebnerPetersen? So do we!
Someone who subscribes to see your updates.
Make sure you follow @RVSocialMedia on Twitter to get our updates.
A way of organizing your tweet with like tweets within the twitter search engine.
Go search for #camping to see which other Twitter users enjoyed their RV this weekend!
A function on Twitter that allows you to send a private message to another user.
A direct message is a good way to share confidential information like promotional codes.
The page that shows your bio, who you follow, who follows you, and displays all of your past tweets.
Your profile should be a good representation of your dealership.
Short message displayed on your profile about you and your twitter page.
RVSocialMedia’s bio: We teach RV dealers how to connect with their customers through social media. We provide helpful hints on how to promote dealerships in this new, social world.
Topics that are being mentioned the most on the Twitosphere.
We hope that our new promotion starts trending on Twitter!
The “world of Twitter.”
Dealers should not be intimidated by the twitosphere, but look at it as a great tool to reach their market!