Twitter Complete Marketing Guide – Social Media Marketing (SMM)

Twitter is the second most visited social networking site in the world and has millions of users worldwide.

According to our Social Media Marketing expert roundup, besides Facebook, Twitter is the second best source of traffic and connections for social media marketers.

I’me using Twitter with good success here, on Monetize.info and on other sites to bring traffic to my articles but most important to get in touch with people from the industry.

The Twitter Marketing Guide has three parts and I encourage to read them all to understand all the benefits of using Twitter for your business and how to make it work for you.

Table of contents:

  1. Benefits of using Twitter for your business
  2. How to manage a Twitter profile with great success
  3. How to promote your Twitter profile
  4. Conclusion

1. Benefits of using Twitter for your business

Twitter provides huge opportunities for any business to get their brand in front of people they would never have had the opportunity of getting in front of before.

You can literally grow your followers from just a few to many valuable contacts, influencers, and prospects in only a short space of time.

1.1 Lead Generation

The main goal of any business is going to be to generate leads for conversion. On Twitter, you have access to literally million of users and the opportunity to find new prospects is enormous.

 

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Twitter offers a very informal way of making contact with people and makes it very easy for you to gain attention by simply following users. As long as you have a lead generation and capture system in place your business can benefit hugely from Twitter.

1.2 Connect with your customers

If your customers are on Twitter it is very likely that they will want to follow you, and Twitter offers you an excellent way to engage with your customers.

By staying in contact with them you can continue to build loyalty, communicate new offers and when they start interacting with your brand their followers will hear about your brand too.

 

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1.3 Branding

You no longer need to be a big name to build a brand on Twitter. Twitter has evened out the playing field and has made everything possible for businesses both small and large and you can literally get your brand in front of thousands of people. 

 

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Once you are connecting with customers, providing them with valuable information, answering their questions and taking notice of their comments and complaints you can start building relationships and brand loyalty. 

You should also read our article: Five Social Media Marketing Tips From Professionals

1.4 Drives Traffic to your website or blog

By sharing and posting links to useful content videos, blog articles and other useful information you can drive traffic to your website or blog which can drive sales and generate leads.

 

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1.5 Promotions, offers and contests

Promotions are a very effective way of building brand awareness and also building your opt-in list. Word can spread very quickly on Twitter so it’s an obvious choice to use this platform to publicize your latest special offer.

1.6 Introductions to new contacts and networking

The potential for growing new contacts and connecting with thought leaders in your industry is huge. Twitter’s search facility makes it incredibly easy to find people who may be interested in your product or service.

1.7 Faster Customer service

Twitter is a great way for your customers to stay in contact with you and because so many people have smart phones and can access the internet it is often so much more convenient to contact a business via social media.

 

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Read more: https://monetize.info/twitter-marketing-guide/#ixzz4pfZJ5eZc 
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Forex Trading 2020 : A Definitive Guide For Newbies. – General Forex Questions & Help

FOREX trading can be profitable but it also involves taking risks. It’s imperative that beginners understand this before starting out because miscalculating risks could cut their Forex trading career short.

The Forex market is highly competitive with large institutions, hedge funds, and professional traders all battling it out to make a profit.

This is why as a beginner you must learn to survive long enough to gain the necessary knowledge to become a profitable trader.

It takes time to learn, create, and refine your Forex trading strategy into one that makes money and suits your personality, skills, and time. Safety is the number one priority for beginner traders. 

Any substantial losses will damage your confidence and could even lead to you quitting altogether. Look to play the long-term game and become an expert rather than just trying to make a quick buck.

In this beginner’s definite guide, I will outline everything required to help ensure you’re around long enough to have a chance of reaching consistent profitability.

Rule 1 – Cut your losses

Many professional traders will tell you that trading is a process of cutting the losers and feeding the winners. It’s therefore important that you do not add to a losing position. 

If the trade does not go in the direction you hoped then this means your analysis was wrong and the trade should be closed. As the legendary Ed Seykota says:

“If you can’t take a small loss, then eventually you will take the mother of all losses”

It’s important not to get to emotionally attached to trade, losers happen it’s just part of the game and that needs to be accepted. Most professional traders have a win rate of somewhere between 40-60%, which means they are wrong 60-40% of the time. 

Trading is just about making money, and to make money you don’t need to be right all the time. However, you do need to make sure you cut the losing trades quickly and avoid taking large losses that hit your confidence and wallet.

FOREX trading can be profitable but it also involves taking risks. It’s imperative that beginners understand this before starting out because miscalculating risks could cut their Forex trading career short.

The Forex market is highly competitive with large institutions, hedge funds, and professional traders all battling it out to make a profit.

This is why as a beginner you must learn to survive long enough to gain the necessary knowledge to become a profitable trader. 

It takes time to learn, create, and refine your Forex trading strategy into one that makes money and suits your personality, skills, and time. 

Safety is the number one priority for beginner traders. Any substantial losses will damage your confidence and could even lead to you quitting altogether. Look to play the long-term game and become an expert rather than just trying to make a quick buck.

In this beginner’s survival guide, we will outline everything required to help ensure you’re around long enough to have a chance of reaching consistent profitability.

Rule 1 – Cut your losses

Many professional traders will tell you that trading is a process of cutting the losers and feeding the winners. It’s therefore important that you do not add to a losing position. 

If the trade does not go in the direction you hoped then this means your analysis was wrong and the trade should be closed. As the legendary Ed Seykota says:

“If you can’t take a small loss, then eventually you will take the mother of all losses”

It’s important not to get to emotionally attached to trade, losers happen it’s just part of the game and that needs to be accepted. Most professional traders have a win rate of somewhere between 40-60%, which means they are wrong 60-40% of the time. 

Trading is just about making money, and to make money you don’t need to be right all the time. However, you do need to make sure you cut the losing trades quickly and avoid taking large losses that hit your confidence and wallet.

Rule 2 – Don’t take excessive risks

As we are now aware, Forex trading involves accepting you will have losing trades. If you risk half of your account on a single trade, then it only takes two losing trades in a row and you’re out the game.

You want to know exactly how much you are prepared to lose on a single trade before you go ahead with it.

 A recommended amount would be 1% of your account per trade, this way your account is always 100 trades away from going bust. This means if your account size is €5000 then you will risk €50 on each trade.

Using a percentage amount of your account is much better than a fixed currency amount, no matter what currency you choose to focus on. 

This way when you go through a losing streak your position sizes will automatically get smaller and during a winning streak, your position sizes will get bigger.

Rule 3 – Use stop losses

As a beginner, you want to be placing stop losses with your Forex broker on each trade. This way when price moves to a certain point the trade will be automatically closed and prevent the temptation creeping in of holding onto losers.

Stop losses also allow you to position size correctly and make sure you have a defined exit point before making a trade. 

All professional traders know their criteria of where they will enter and exit a trade. Having an initial stop loss is part of every successful trading strategy.

Rule 4 – Beware of margin and leverage

Forex brokers offer their customers leverage and margin to allow them to gain more exposure in the markets. 

Currency pairs in the Forex market generally only move by incremental amounts each day (between 0.1 – 1.5%) although at times can see increased volatility. Traders use leverage to take bigger positions so they can make more profit out of these small moves.

There is a flip side to having this leverage. You now also have the potential to increase the size of your losses. In fact, the margin offered can allow you to take positions that far exceed the size of your account. 

Discipline is required so you don’t risk any more than you can afford to lose when Forex trading. It’s possible to lose more money than what’s in your account and if you do you will be issued a margin call. 

A margin call is when your Forex broker contacts you to request a deposit that brings your account out of its negative balance.

Rule 5 – Have a trading plan

This covers all the topics mentioned above. Having a trading plan ensures you know before every trade how much you are prepared to lose, what your entry point will be, where your stop loss will be, and what the profit target is.

You want to find a trading style that appeals to you and fits around your lifestyle. This could be day trading, swing trading (intermediate-term), or longer-term position trading.

There are also many different ways the markets can be analyzed, including different forms of fundamental and technical analysis. You might choose to use exclusively technical analysis, either way; this should be outlined in your trading plan.

Definitive guide summary

If you follow the rules outlined in this guide you will avoid the risk of disaster. You will gain real experience trading with real money which is a necessary step to becoming a profitable trader.

Not following these rules would be more akin to gambling, choose to use your brains instead when trading rather than just following a gut feeling. 

This is what 90% of losing traders do and whilst it is possible to get lucky, it’s more likely you won’t be and will end up frustrated with trading. A large majority of beginner Forex traders give up, don’t let this be you.

Forex trading is an amazing skill and when you become competent the rewards can be incredible. Forex trading can be a great way to build wealth and can be done from anywhere in the world. 

All you need is a connection to the internet. Some of the world’s richest people are professional investors in the financial markets; this proves the potential on offer.

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Can someone guide me to a recent tutorial on how to set up GSA to reach it's best performance?

I was looking for a tutorial for some time. I did not find any recent tutorials. If you came across anything, please do mention here. Very appreciated.  :]

Localization guide

I am trying to find a concise guide to localization settings by language or country. By this I mean the rules and example of how to format dates, numbers and currencies in each language or country.

Where can I find such a guide?

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dnd 5e – How “official” is the Explorer’s Guide to Wildemount book?

The Explorer’s Guide to Wildemount is official in that it is published by Wizards of the Coast, but none of its content is permitted in AL play. This announcement on the D&D AL website says:

As awesome as Critical Role is, we must say a Mighty Nein (that means “no” in Zemnian to those unfamiliar with the setting) to travelling to Wildemount in your Adventurers League campaigns. There are no plans to allow Explorer(‘)s Guide to Wildemount or any of its offerings in the way of spells, classes, feats, etc. as a valid resource for Forgotten Realms or Oracle of War campaigns.

Emphasis mine.

Furthermore, the AL Player’s Guide explicitly lists what sources are permitted by the “PHB+1” rule in the Forgotten Realms AL campaign:

Forgotten Realms characters can choose race and class options from the
Player’s Handbook and one other resource—a rule called “PHB+1.”
Additional resources include the following products:

  • Elemental Evil Player’s Companion (EEPC)
  • Sword Coast Adventurer’s Guide (SCAG)
  • Volo’s Guide to Monsters (VGM)
  • Xanathar’s Guide to Everything (XGE)1
  • Mordenkainen’s Tome of Foes (ToF)2
  • Locathah Rising (LR)

Additionally, when selecting an additional source, the following
variant or optional rules are available when you create your
character:

  • Variant Human Traits (PHB)
  • Half-Elf and Tiefling Variants (SCAG/ToF)
  • Option: Human Languages (SCAG)3
  • Blessing of Corellon (ToF)3

1XGE also includes the “Tortle Package”
2Chapters 1 – 5, only
3Taking this option can be done, even if its source
product isn’t your selection for PHB+1

The AL Oracle of War campaign (set in Eberron) has no “+1 Rule”; instead, it permits character options only from the PHB, Eberron: Rising from the Last War, and XGE. Character options from other sources, including the Explorer’s Guide to Wildemount book, are not allowed.

How "official" is Explorer’s Guide to Wildemount?

What’s the state of Explorer’s Guide to Wildemount? Is it first-party or third-party? Was it playtested? Is it an AL-legal sourcebook, can I use it for the "+1" rule?

Related:

  • Is Matt Mercer's homebrew setting of Exandria now considered an official setting, as of the release of the "Explorer's Guide to Wildemount"?
  • How "Official" is the Blood Hunter class?

documentation – Does the intrinsics functions from Intel Instrinsics Guide also works on AMD CPUs?

The link bellow is the Intel Instrinsics Guide for intrinsics functions. (SSE, AVX, etc.)

https://software.intel.com/sites/landingpage/IntrinsicsGuide/#

Does this functions also works on a AMD CPU, with the exact same header files and function prototypes?
If not, where can I find the same guide for AMD CPUs?

Thanks!

magento2 – Help Following guide

I’m trying to integrate Google Address to magento, following this guide

But I dont understand a line in php code, here’s the block definition:

namespace WebkulAutofillBlock;

use MagentoFrameworkViewElementTemplateContext;

class Autofillform extends MagentoFrameworkViewElementTemplate
{

/**
 * @param Context $context,
 * @param array   $data = ()
 */
public function __construct(
    Context $context,
    array $data = ()
) {
    parent::__construct($context, $data);
}

/**
 * Return ajax url for button.
 *
 * @return string
 */
public function getGoogleApiKey()
{
    return trim($this->_scopeConfig->getValue('autofill/general_settings/google_api_key'));;
}

}

But in the function getGoogleApiKey I don’t understand where _scopeConfig comes from, Is not been set on the __construct function.

Is this guide correct or is something missing?

Thank you for your time.