On our previous post, “Learn how Twitter can boost your sales!” We’ve mentioned the benefits of having an active Twitter account.
In today’s post we will show you how to use StoreYa’s new tool, called the ‘Twitter Tab’.
Adding the Twitter tab to your Facebook fan page enables your fans to view your Twitter activity, making it easy for them to be exposed to your tweets, increase your followers base, and add engagement with your Twitter profile.
Anyone can use our tool; the setup process is very friendly and takes literally less than one minute! All you have to do is enter your Twitter username at StoreYa’s back-office, and we’ll do all the hard work for you. It’s that easy!
Your fans will then be able to browse and read your tweets, re-tweet and favorite them, view your followers and the profiles you follow, and of course click the ‘Follow’ button and join your Twitter community without leaving Facebook at all! This is a smart way of making your fans spend more time on your Facebook fan page, getting to know your brand better and create engagement which will attract new potential customers.
Needless to say that we keep the same look & feel, the same style of your tweets as displayed on your Twitter profile.
This is just one of the latest tools we’ve launched, we’ve already talked about pinterest tab and in the next few weeks we’ll discuss the added value you can get from displaying a YouTube Tab and an Instagram Tab on your Facebook fan page.
We’re positive you’re gonna love this new tool!
See the below example of ‘Bello Signature fan page’.
If you’re using our Twitter tab, send us a link and we’ll be happy to promote it on our Facebook fan page!
Eyal is the co-founder of StoreYa and a leader in social commerce. He has extensive experience in online marketing and project management. He is passionate about building amazing products that will grow your business!
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