How To Use Twitter For Lead Generation

During this week’s roundtable, we followed a slightly different format than our usual five entrepreneur pitches. We did only one entrepreneur pitch, but we did a couple of tutorials on how to run a comprehensive Twitter campaign. I explained the 1M/1M Twitter strategy, followed by how 1M/1M premium members can use our Twitter channel.

To give you a flavour, we’re running a high volume, high quality, high authority micro-blogging campaign through Twitter whereby we put out 200 messages a day, and showcase our rich blog content, as well as core 1M/1M messages through it. You can follow @sramana and @1mby1m to see the Twitter stream for yourselves.

In addition, all our Twitter messages flow through our LinkedIn and Facebook accounts, creating a comprehensive and continuous social media presence. And we are generating a continuous stream of leads that we capture through HTML forms and engage with these prospects through a systematic email marketing process.

Now, for the 1M/1M premium members, we have just opened up this Twitter+Facebook+LinkedIn channel to promote their brands and products. So, we will, essentially, also be promoting 1M/1M premium members’ Twitter messages through our channels. We encourage you to take advantage of it. More discussions and Q&A in today’s roundtable recording here.

Karizmac games

Also at today’s roundtable, Sharon Wood from Ridgefield, Connecticut, presented Stone Creek Entertainment’s Karizmac games, a casual gaming company for the female demographic. Sharon is following an interesting mix of AdverGames and Casual Gaming principles, and has created a set of iPhone games that are starting to find traction in the market. Most important, Sharon has created a good business model for attracting sponsors who help fund the development and marketing of games on a revenue-sharing basis. The model has built-in capabilities for bootstrapping, and sure enough, revenues are already flowing in. Interesting company, excellent execution so far.

I would very much like to hear about your business, so let me invite you to come and pitch at one of our free 1M/1M public roundtables. We will be holding future roundtables at 8:00 a.m. PDT on the following dates:

Thursday, September 1, Register Here.

Thursday, September 8, Register Here.

Thursday, September 15, Register Here.

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Thursday, September 29, Register Here.

We will be holding our 100th roundtable on Thursday, October 6, and are planning a special event for that day. You can register to attend here.

And if you want a deeper relationship with me, you are very welcome to join the 1M/1M premium program. If you have any questions about the program, please, first study the website, especially What to expect from the 1M/1M premium program and the FAQs. You can also take the 1M/1M self-assessment test here. If you have additional questions, please email me, and I would be very happy to respond. Please note, that I work exclusively with 1M/1M entrepreneurs.

I also invite you to join the 1M/1M mailing list for the ease and convenience of getting updates. This way we can stay in touch and it will help you to decide if 1M/1M is a program for you.