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Do you ask customers to follow you on your personal Twitter?

author WBE User

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Is your personal twitter really personal? Will the product/relationship with your customers improve, e.g. because they give feedback, trust is higher, social proof easily accessible…?

I do not, because I am not sharing content related to my job on Twitter. But I offer the to connect on LinkedIn although it’s my personal profile and not a brand account. On Instagram I try to promote the brand account as there is more relevant content than my travel, sports, ice-cream etc. pics.

writen by Luise Haack

Not directly but I show my Twitter handle in multiples parts of my website or I ask peeps to tweet about my products

writen by Tiago Ferreira

I only have a personal Twitter. I closed down the brand accounts there. I do Still have brands on FB and IG because it’s more visual and less written. Those are on autopilot with Publer from an Rss feed. So my only interaction is answering comments. Twitter is my playground with people and Sharing what I play with [my projects]. You really have to invest so much time into a successful brand account there and not very many companies do it well. I think if you intend to ever give up the brand, no, no invite. If you are intrinsic to the brand than yes. Levels and T Dinh are good examples of this.

writen by LaLa Artica

Thanks for sharing! Only part I am worried, is that it looks a bit less professional. It feels like a 1 man show (which it partly is). Do you recognize that or think differently about this? LaLa Artica very interesting with Publer, will take a look. Where did you found an rss feed that is interesting for your business?

writen by WBE User

I use my personal Twitter account as the main one. That’s because I think it’s better to create a personal brand, compared to invest a lot of time growing a product account (that could easily fail). Sometimes they follow my product account, by it’s a nice to have.

writen by Luca Restagno (ikoichi on Twitter)

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