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Twitter Advertising: A $100 Experiment Pays Off

My wife is a teacher, so at the start of her summer break, she went on a vacation with our boys and her parents. I did not feel that I could leave for a week, since I was only a month into running my RIA. But after their departure, my work schedule flip-flopped: I worked in the morning, took a break in the afternoon and then worked again after dinner until late at night.

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Dave,

I'm glad to hear you experimented with Twitter analytics and some of the advertising and promotion options. Twitter is by far the leading source of traffic to my website, too.

In case others want to see how to access Twitter analytics, I have a screencast online: http://fppad.com/2013/06/14/twitter-analytics-helps-financial-advisers-boost-social-media-roi/
Posted by Bill W | Thursday, July 11 2013 at 3:08PM ET
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