“EgoTweeting” Review: An eBook On Ego- And Business Marketing Using Twitter

by Klaus on February 24, 2010

in Make Money, Marketing, Twitter

This is a brand new eBook, just released. Written by my good friend over at BlogInTheBag.com – and because I’m lucky enough to know him, I was allowed to read and review it, before it was released, which is why I’m very excited to finally be able to tell you about it, now that it’s available online.

Twitter is the latest buzz for social networking and increasing your earnings. After reading this guide, you will be able to harness the full potential of Twitter.

Many people think that the features of Twitter are limited. However, once you start using it, the possibilities are endless. Your only limit is your imagination and creativity.

EgoTweeting starts out by giving you the basics of Twitter, what it’s all about and some great do’s and don’ts regarding followers, followings and tweets.

How To Make Money On Twitter

The book has several pages dedicated to direct Twitter monetization and covers the most important areas on methods of making money using Twitter including third party services that will do “auto ads” and what you need to be very careful about.

Other factors when you want to use Twitter for your business, blog or website, is to consider things like customer service, brand management, click-through rate and how to behave in your own Twitter feed. After all, your Twitter feed is “how the Twitter world sees you” and how well you connect with your customers using a social media tool like Twitter.

Twitter Analytics Tool

I’ve been so busy Tweeting and getting followers that I didn’t even bother to run an analytics tool on my Twitter account. In fact, I didn’t even know they existed. But they do – and EgoTweeting will reveal 8 different Twitter analytics tool for your convenience as well as describing their main purpose.

Conclusion

For the extremely low cost of EgoTweeting, it’s a must-buy for to-be Twitter users who wants to go further with Twitter than just tweet about bowel movements.

Don’t forget – Twitter is what you make of it, not what others tell you to do. If you want to tweet about what you had for dinner, that’s perfectly okay – there’s room for you too, just like anybody else. If you want to monetize Twitter, click here to check out EgoTweeting today!

EgoTweeting is sold through ClickBank which is a very secure way to buy online products, used by lots of bloggers and online content publishers for more than 10 years.

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Tom | Build That List February 24, 2010 at 23:32

This does look like an interesting product. I must say that I really like his sales page. He hasn’t gone for the long winded marketing hype style.
.-= Tom | Build That List´s last blog ..The Aweber Code….And Why You Need To Promote It! =-.

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Klaus @ TechPatio February 26, 2010 at 19:46

Yep, it’s nice to finally see a sales page you can read without having to get a coffee refill twice 🙂
.-= Klaus @ TechPatio´s last blog ..Friday Flick Find: Steve Jobs’ Meanest Jokes About Microsoft =-.

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LarsD March 5, 2010 at 09:05

Hi Klaus

I never got to thank you for this great review! I have quoted you on my sales pitch page 🙂 Also, I have made a blog post about the book on my own blog today… better late than never they say 🙂

Talk to you later!

-Lars
.-= LarsD´s last blog ..EgoTweeting – An eBook on ego- and business marketing using twitter =-.

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Bryan@car rentals gold coast March 5, 2010 at 11:40

I think your excitement is appropriate for telling it to us. Now i am too very curios to read this book and looking forward to releasing of book.

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Ben @ Connecting Business July 9, 2010 at 16:50

I find it amazing that businesses and individuals are still publishing material about the web on dead tree pulp (paper). Clearly they know about the web. Have they not heard of PDFs? You can now take your entire book collection around with you on your phone or tablet, so why the dead trees?

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