And it is that to increase the Twitter Followers it is something difficult and expensive if we want them to be of high quality.
Forget buying Twitter followers.
Thanks to the tool Tweepi can we have more than 100 followers in less than 1 hour and do this every day.
If you follow the tutorial steps every day, you can multiply your subscribers in a very short time and thus get a mass of subscribers with which you can multiply your visibility, get more visits to your website or blog and earn money through Twitter and other social networks.
They’ll do more RTs, more Likes, more visits… If we go live, a lot more people will come in. It’s here:
👍🏼 Follow people on Twitter
Thanks to the tool the people you follow will follow you later (20% of them will follow you)
- Optimize your Twitter profile with a quality photo, a good background image, a description using 2 hashtags and using keywords and writing techniques, add a link to your blog.
- Look for profiles similar to yours who are references in your sector
- Open Tweepi and use the option Follow Followers“. Add the desired profile to start following your followers.
- Apply filters (last tweet over 30 days old, follow ratio over 50, friend or follower to none i.e. neither follow them nor you follow them)
Start following people and view your Twitter account stats from https://analytics.twitter.com.
Repeat the process daily to get thousands of followers in days.
👎🏼 Unfollow people on Twitter
It is important unfollow inactive people on twitter to keep your account as clean as possible as there are some limits when you start following people so you can get better results. With these filters, we see users we no longer wish to follow unfollow them.
- You go to the option “you follow(people I follow)
- Last tweet older than 30 days, i.e. people who haven’t posted a tweet in the last 30 days.
- Friend or follower: Do not follow you, i.e. people who do not follow me.
You can refer to my books on Twitter and SEO to get more visits to your blog. Tweepi tool is very useful to get subscribers and improve your visibility rapidly. This is key to any digital marketing strategy.
You should offer quality content and not promote your products or advertise every day.
The tool I use to stay active on Twitter at all times is the Revive old post plugin. And I wanted to thank Ferdinand Rivera for introducing me to Tweepi.
Following a good strategy is essential to make a living from your blog.
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From July 12 to 13, Prime Day Mexico 2022 was used, an online shopping event that became the most exciting event in the history of the market giant. According to a statement, Prime members around the world we will buy more than 300 million items, 50 million more than the previous item will cost 1.7 billion dollars more than in other editions.
“Prime Day is a celebration of our Prime members, who look forward to this event every year, and we’re thrilled to have brought you savings once again. This special event is made possible by the support of our employees, vendors, and vendors, and I want to thank you all for making this a Prime Day to remember.said Doug Herrington, CEO of Amazon Worldwide Stores.
Small and medium-sized companies favor Prime Day Mexico 2022
Prime Day Mexico 2022 favored small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), since worldwide Consumers spent more than 3 billion dollars in the purchase of 100 million items offered by SMEs through the “Win big by supporting Small and Medium Enterprises” award, which was in effect from June 21 to July 11, 2022.
“This special event is made possible by the support of our employees, vendors, and vendors, and I want to thank you all for making this a Prime Day to remember.Doug Herrington said.
In this sense, the owner of the PyME Hasta la Raíz, dedicated to the sale of handmade products on Amazon Mexico, the United States and Canada, said that the brand recorded a 400% increase in addition to sales during Prime Day Mexico 2022 offering products from Olinalá, Guerrero.
“For us entrepreneurs, events like Prime Day represent an opportunity only through which we can get our handcrafted products to customers we would never have otherwise imagined. Amazon opens a window to the world, and events like this not only increase our sales, but also allow us to make our culture known to the entire world.“, tell.
These are the products that sold the most on Prime Day Mexico 2022
The categories that registered the most sales during Prime Day Mexico 2022 were computers, beauty, home and electronic items. In this case, the best-selling products will be the 3rd and 4th generation Echo Dot cameras, the Nintendo Switch Standard and Xbox Series S consoles, the Philips Lumea prestige epilator, the Lloyd’s Intelligent Foco and the L’Oreal Paris Revitalift Facial Serum.
The sun protection sleeve, sold by Pumaball, was the first product purchased during the event, while ISDIN’s colored waterproof face sunscreen was the last to be sold.
From 9 to 11 at night: the moment when Mexicans bought their products the most
The participants of Prime Day Mexico 2022 did the most purchases between 9 and 11 at night with credit cards and months without interest as the preferred payment methods.
Amazon revealed that more than 80% of customers used the mobile application to make their purchases; As, the internet sales giant claimed to have sold up to 20 electronic items per second during Prime Day 2022.
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We all know them, those cardboard excuses, come out well (bad) about those days of the week when we have our heads in the brume and an intense urge not to get out of bed anymore. The Covid served as a pretext for more than one. “I am in contact, and I have to get tested tomorrow”…. Over time, it became difficult to use all the time !Let’s face it, it’s difficult to be on top every day and sometimes, even if we know that our excuse is “bogus”, for lack of anything better, it becomes our crutch. Here are some of the highlights from the day. Excuses all the way. Does it speak to you?
To not go to work
“I have gastro. I spent the whole night in the toilet, you know what it is! »
Be careful not to use this excuse too much, it will turn against you.
To miss an appointment
“I did not receive your message. It’s weird. I thought you canceled and I made another appointment instead. I’m really having a problem with my email right now. »
To cancel a meeting
“I’m overbooked…and I’m on the verge of burnout…and besides, I don’t have all the necessary things for this meeting to be effective, so it’s better to cancel it, isn’t it? »
To not find a friend tonight
” I had completely forgotten. It’s the starting party for…I can’t not go, it will work the worst effect vis-à-vis the colleagues. »
To arrive late
“The line still had a signaling problem, a passenger incident, a parcel bomb, a spontaneous strike. Really it gets hard.
Be careful if you have a colleague who picks up the same line as you and who is there, you will have to add other elements.
To not see his banker
“I expect a transfer in two to three days, I prefer to postpone so that more meetings are more constructive. »
“I’m expecting a big contract to be signed this week, so you understand, I prefer to postpone to speak on a positive basis. »
To take a vacation
“I have to go see my grandmother in the provinces, she is not well at all. I wouldn’t regret not being there. » Guilt is never a good idea!
To take a break
“I have an unbearable ringing in my ears. I saw on France 5 that it was certainly because of the waves of the portable. I need to relax. »
To come in casual dress at work
“My pants cracked on the way. Luckily I had a spare in the bag. It’s crazy how poor the quality these days is! »
” I come back from the countryside and I haven’t had time to go home to change. »
To postpone a file until later (or the next day)
“I have an emergency that just happened, I have to respond to the customer right away. The customer first. I’ll give you the file tomorrow. I hope this will not harm you and that you can wait. »
An inspiring leader gives value to what matters to him and more precisely to meaning, to tomorrow, to society and to the human beings around him. To do this, he takes care of himself and his family, while valuing the conditions conducive to a job well done.
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The first was that I worked on my vision of the world, it was in 2018 during my Personal Branding Strategist training. The one I am sharing with you today accompanied me during the writing of the Vivre son Coeur Business Trilogy.
It is also based on this vision, of Stéphane or Ludovic, inspiring and inspiring leader, whose episodes of my podcast Vivre son Coeur Business (from July 2022) I readjusted.
This vision is that of a conscious, inspiring or even enlightened leader who enjoys his working day and who re-energizes the end. I share with you his departure from home, part of his day in his business and then his end of the day.
This is an excerpt from my vision of the world and of the business world.
Life should be beautiful and our 8 hours a day at work too. It doesn’t have to be painful! Work can be a place of completion and fulfillment.
Maybe she will seem naive to you. It’s just my vision and what I would like for us, for you, for our children. Of course, it’s a bit skewed by my life experience… well, mostly by why I’m here and I serve. And then, I captured it in a modified state of consciousness, close to the field of possibilities, beyond my mind and my ego. I just hope to tell it with a minimum of these last 2.
If you are tactile and want to get closer to a company, a team that would work like this or to become Stéphane or Ludovic, then contact me!
We are very close to celebrating Father’s Day in Mexico and according to a survey conducted by the Mexican Association of Online Sales (AMVO), is an event in which eight out of every 10 participating Mexicans.
Keys to improve your strategy for Father’s Day
On this occasion, Sunday, June 19, will represent for the brands the moment to accompany consumers on the path of choosing the best purchase for dad, in one of the most important moments of the year for the male segment, and the challenge for companies is how to convince users that the greatest gift is in their store.
And to make it easier to achieve it, we have compiled a list with the 10 main keys so that your Father’s Day strategy is more effective this 2022.
1. Specialized campaigns with a deadline are key on Father’s Day
Thus, the brands were invited to create special campaigns with deadlinewhere promotions and discounts are offered on selected products that encourage consumers to buy.
To convince the customer that the ideal gift for dad is in your store, brands need to recommend products and even making special editions that help attract hesitant buyers.
2. Identify consumer needs
Napse, a company specializing in automation solutions for retail, recommends that brands not lose sight of their target audience: in this case his the people close to dad who make the purchase.
“Identifying consumer needs is a fundamental task. Using technological solutions based on data science, logos transform general communication strategies into effective actions focused on customer tastesthat significantly increase the chances of conversion and increase the feeling of loyalty to the brand”, explained Martín Malievac, Director of Research and Development at Napse.
3. The importance of returns
Having clear and flexible exchange and return policies is key for brands in this time of offer, it is necessary to ensure the change of a product can mean the closing of a sale or the loss of it.
“In this case of eCommerce, the policies must be explained in the clearest and most accessible way possible to the customer. To this end, it is important to highlight this information on the web, on social networks, as well as in the purchase confirmation email.”, explained Malievac.
4. Offer express service
For brands to increase their sales in this time of high competition, Napse recommends adding express entry servicessince this represents a more enjoyable experience for the user.
As long as there is more information available to the buyer about tracking the delivery of their purchase, the more pleasant their experience will be.increasing the probability of retaining that customer for future purchases.
5. Personalized gifts and disruption encourage purchases on Father’s Day
Shopify recommends that businesses select products and services that make good gifts for parents.
Shopify ensures that specialized, themed products that can only be obtained during those dates is an ideal gift for Father’s Day.
The company invited brands to be disruptive and that they dare to solve a need in a way that at first did not seem so obvious, appearing emotional reactions that are memorable in customers.
6. Consent to loyal customers and create a foundation for strategizing for customer loyalty
Brands can become their customers’ favorite choice if they make them feel valued with a layer that includes discount coupons, free products or courtesy credit for your next purchase.
Father’s Day is an ideal setting to get leads and offer discount coupons as long as customers subscribe to the newsletter brand official.
7. The classics never fail on Father’s Day
the ace traditional promotions being still effective For this time of sale, even if it does not generate an intimate relationship with consumers, it can significantly increase a company’s sales.
8. Viral marketing is extremely effective
Assuming that there is no specific formula to register the viralization of an advertising message, you can think of creating original and entertaining content that makes them worthy of participation before potential customers.
9. The 2×1
Shopify recommends that negotiations Evaluate these possibilities and offer discounts, 2×1, points in electronic wallet or discounts on the purchase of another productThis will help increase sales.
10.- Bonus packages
Other strategies are create packages for two people, where the father receives a gift and, at the same time, can offer something to another person such as his partner, family member, friends, etc. This strategy works because it can be handed down from father to grandparents or from father to sons.
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Mother’s Day is coming up on May 8 (in the US and Australia), which means you only have a few days to make your pitch to Mother’s Day shoppers and maximize your sales for the event.
Lucky for you, many Mother’s Day shoppers wait until the last minute, and if you’re trying to think of ways to make that final push, Twitter has shared some new insights and trending notes to help boost your campaigns.
First of all, Twitter has shared the 10 most popular Mother’s Day hashtags, based on tweet activity in 2021:
- #Mother’s Day
- #Happy Mother’s Day
- #Sunday of maternity care
- #Gift Ideas
Of course, the effectiveness of hashtags on Twitter is up for debate, and Twitter itself even recommends that brands not use hashtags at all in certain cases. But if you were trying to hold on to the key search trends around the event, I’d suggest running a giveaway is probably the best option, based on these tags.
As for when to start tweeting about Mother’s Day, Twitter says brands should share their campaign messages “two or three weeks in advance, with an extra push the week before Mother’s Day for the inevitable last-minute shoppers”.
So basically now, or last week if you have a Mr. Fusion equipped Delorean in your garage.
Finally, Twitter shares some notes on what you should be tweeting before Mother’s Day.
- Gift ideas for mothers, wives, grandmothers, stepmothers and caregivers. Classic gifts include flowers and jewelry, but don’t be afraid to branch out
- Experiences and offers, for example, a Mother’s Day brunch or afternoon tea.
- Mother’s Day Card Ideas and Ways to Say Thank You
- Movies and entertainment for Mother’s Day
- Your own story: are you a mother who owns a business or did your mother inspire you? Share your story for a more authentic Mother’s Day Tweet
I mean, expressing your undying gratitude for your mom’s advice will probably take a few more than 280 characters, but if you can, or if you think your mom might read your Twitter thread, go for it (note that the ‘wives’ mention above comes directly from the Twitter post, I just left it because I thought it was hilarious).
In essence, now is the time, and if you want to give Twitter advertising a try before Elon shuts it down, maybe it’s worth running a campaign to test and see what you can get in terms of reach and response with your ads. bells.
I’m not sure Twitter is the best platform for such a push, but it depends on your product and your focus, and these notes will help you formulate your approach to tweeting.
You can follow more of Twitter’s Mother’s Day marketing tips here.
Earth Day is commemorated annually on April 22 with the aim of focusing on the environment and how we can be more sustainable. Each year, more than a billion people get involved in activities ranging from planting trees to reducing their energy consumption or volunteering for green projects.
Founded in 1970, Earth Day was started by Gaylord Nelson, a US Senator from Wisconsin after seeing the impact of the 1969 oil spill in Santa Barbara, California. He believed that if he could raise the issue of environment and sustainability with the general public, it would also move the political agenda forward. It worked, with Earth Day now an annual event in 190 countries.
This year, Earth Day is all about investing in the planet. As the world must reach net zero greenhouse gas emissions by mid-century to keep global temperature rise below 1.5°C and avoid the worst impacts of climate change, the movement calls politicians, citizens and businesses to act. .
Companies focus on reducing emissions
UK businesses are responding to the call to move to net zero emissions. Data released by the UK government ahead of the COP26 climate summit in November last year claimed that more than half of the UK’s largest companies have pledged to eliminate their contribution to carbon emissions by 2050, representing a total market capital of over £1.2 billion and combined annual turnover of £700 billion.
Business and Industry Minister Lee Rowley said: “Businesses, large and small, across all sectors of the global economy, have a crucial role to play in both reducing their environmental impact and in the development of green technologies that will put us on the path to net zero. .
“With over 2,500 UK businesses joining the ‘race to zero’, including the majority of our biggest companies, the UK is leading the way in showing how going green doesn’t just make sense for the planet – it also makes business sense.”
Globally, more than 5,200 companies of all sizes have joined the United Nations Zero Race in sectors including transport, retail, finance and manufacturing. They join over 1,000 cities, 67 regions, 441 investors and over 1,000 higher education institutions that collectively cover almost 25% of global CO2 emissions and 50% of global GPD.
If the world is to reach net zero by 2050, businesses must step up. And many of the biggest companies in the UK are. Companies like BT, Legal and General and Ocado aim to achieve net zero in their own operations (known as Scope 1 emissions) by 2030, while Barratts and Reckitt Benckiser aim for 2040.
Emma Walmsley, CEO of GSK, said: “The science is clear: nature loss and climate change are already harming human health. So we must act now to protect and restore the health of the planet if we are to protect and improve people’s health. That’s why GSK is committed to achieving net zero climate impact and net positive nature impact by 2030.
“For GSK, our sustainability commitments are an integral part of our strategy, making our business more resilient, protecting our operations and helping us to impact global health while delivering returns to our shareholders. .”
The Challenge of Reaching Net Zero
Achieving net-zero emissions across the entire supply chain (including scope 3 emissions) is proving more challenging. BT is targeting 2040 across its supply chain and customer emissions, as is Ocado, while Sainsbury’s believes it will be 2050 before it is zero in its value chain.
Despite the promises, research from the Corporate Climate Responsibility Monitor suggests companies are “behind” their plans. After analyzing the pledges made by 25 major companies, he suggests that the companies are only on track to reduce their emissions by 40%.
“We sought to uncover as many replicable best practices as possible, but were frankly surprised and disappointed with the overall integrity of the companies’ claims,” says Thomas Day of the New Climate Institute and lead author of the study.
“As the pressure on companies to act on climate change increases, their ambitious claims too often lack real substance, which can mislead both consumers and the regulators who are key to guiding their direction. strategic. Even companies that are doing relatively well exaggerate their actions.
Reducing emissions in the supply chain in particular remains a major challenge. CDP, a non-profit organization that helps companies disclose their environmental impact, found that more than half (56%) of suppliers had no climate targets in 2021, while only 28% implemented a low-carbon transition plan.
Companies are not tracking scope 3 emissions enough, with only 38% saying they engage with suppliers on climate change and 16% on water security.
Sonya Bhonsle, Global Head of Value Chains and Regional Director of Companies at CDP, said: “Our data shows that corporate environmental ambition is still far from ambitious enough. Along with this, companies have blinkers when it comes to assessing their indirect impacts and engaging with suppliers to reduce them.
“Companies must act urgently to cascade and manage environmental impacts along their supply chains to increase the level of action to secure a 1.5°C future. This is essential for the transition to a sustainable net-zero, deforestation-free and water-free economy.
CDP also found that while 71% of suppliers report scope on emissions, only 55% report scope two and 20% report scope three. This is despite the fact that a company’s supply chain greenhouse gas emissions are, on average, 11.4 times higher than operational emissions.
What companies need to achieve their climate goals
To achieve climate goals, companies say they need more clarity from governments and policymakers. Nearly half (49%) of CEOs globally say they don’t know how they need to operate to meet the 1.5°C warming target, with that number rising to 70% in Oceania. Only 18% say they are clear on this point overall, compared to 34% in Asia.
On this Earth Day, there will be a lot of talk about the little things people can do to make a difference. This could be planting a tree, carrying a reusable water bottle or coffee mug, or walking to work.
But consumers expect more from companies. Where previously it would have been acceptable to pay lip service to sustainability, consumers are now looking for companies willing to follow suit, with 24% of UK adults believing brands should take a stand on climate change.
And it is becoming increasingly clear that human-induced climate change is, in the words of the IPCC, causing “dangerous and widespread disruptions to nature and affecting the lives of billions of people around the world”. .
The world can hope to stave off the worst impacts of climate change, but we face a “now or never” moment, with emissions set to peak within a decade and nearly halving.
Jim Skea, professor at Imperial College London and co-chair of the task force behind the IPCC report, says: “It’s now or never if we want to limit global warming to 1.5°C. Without immediate and significant reductions in emissions across all sectors, this will be impossible. »
Looking for ways to plan your day as a social media manager and optimize your time?
Most people have their own way of organizing their daily routine and making sure everything gets done, but with so many ever-changing considerations in the social media space, it can be helpful to know how others in the same role manage their time, and make sure they are through all the evolving details.
That’s where this Statusbrew checklist comes in. Here, the Statusbrew team has laid out a basic framework for how social media managers can structure their working day, which might provide some useful pointers for your approach.
Again, you probably have your own strategy and process, and you may not need guidance on these items. But maybe breaking things down into more specific segments could help you cover all of your opportunities, every day.
Check out the infographic below, while Statusbrew has shared additional information and tips here.
In a day when the conversation on social networks revolves around protesting inequalities, many brands (or rather, the people behind it) may have doubts about how to participate and show their support for International Women’s Day. Doing it is a complicated task, but the fight is too.
As we said with inclusive language, from Fever 40 we are not going to tell you what to do or think, but we will share what we have learned in recent years, not only from 8M, but also from other sensitive situations in the field of communication.
Lessons to communicate on International Women’s Day in social networks:
to be aware
It may be a somewhat strange first learning, but as we began by clarifying, brands are not living beings that move at will. Brands are because there are people behind them making decisions. Therefore, it is important that when doing so we are responsible for the impact they may have, not to ignore the objective and identify the difference between contribution and opportunism.
Two tips to prevent your communication from being opportunistic:
1. Do not ignore the objective of the claim
2. Not wanting the brand to be more of a protagonist than the fight itself.
Learn and listen
Work on this day starts from within. Although it may not seem like it a priori, dedicating yourself to absorbing the different perspectives of the information and conversation on networks about International Women’s Day, you will be activating one of the tasks of this day: reflect to try to change things.
Possibly opening this topic within your team can give rise to debates, which is undoubtedly good news. In other words, you will learn more varied languages and stories with which you will expand your vision as you contribute.
There is no correct answer
Looking for it or imposing it, only fueled polarization on a day where together we all do more, hence the importance of the previous point. Sometimes coming to the conclusion of what you shouldn’t do is more revealing than coming to the yes.
As we are preventing the opening of the melon of the “little purple loguito”. If something turns into themes and becomes entrenched on it, we will not be advancing on the path of improvement.
Facts ahead of words, why not display what you’re marking instead of just a superfluous thank you or congratulations message?
embrace the intention
A house brand learning: more than someone fails in the message than someone who only succeeds. Because who fails today, he will succeed tomorrow. We always apply it and we apply it on International Women’s Day in networks.
And as we have said, if there is not a single correct answer, it will be difficult for there to be a perfect one.
own up to your mistakes
And if you have walked the path, and you have made a mistake, accept it and work so that it does not happen again.
And the most important thing: hey, every day is 8M
No one should have to worry so much if what is behind it is real and the actions are the result of constant work on equality.