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Thought Talk

Aug 12, 2020

Today Karen talks about tweeting your way to the top — how you can use Twitter to build your business, your book, or your brand online.


When you consider that 44% of Twitter users are between 18 and 34, that 69% are moms, and that 72% who follow a brand are likely to buy, it’s an opportunity you might not want to pass over. But like all social media, effectiveness boils down to a few factors that Karen breaks down in a comprehensive way for this short, informative episode.


Tips for Tweets


  • Relationships — Connect, expand, and maintain.


  • Generate leads and get attention — Twitter can give you access to people in your field, otherwise impossible to reach.


  • Branding and image building — Use Twitter to gain perspective on your own image.


  • Buzz and promo — It’s a great place to build some excitement over a new product.


  • Consistency is key — Posting should be done 2 to 4 times a day, 5 days a week.


Using Twitter strategically can be a real boon for marketing a book, business, product, or brand. If you find that it’s a good fit for you but you’d like more information after listening in to this podcast, feel free to reach out to for a great little 30-minute audio workbook called Tweet Your Way to the Top.

About Karen Tiber Leland


Karen Tiber Leland is the founder of Sterling Marketing Group, a branding, marketing, and color strategy and implementation firm helping CEOs, executives, and entrepreneurs develop stronger personal, business, and team brands. Her clients include Cisco, American Express, Marriott Hotels, Apple Computer, LinkedIn, and Twitter.


She is also the best-selling author of nine traditionally-published business books that have sold over 400,000 copies and been translated into 10 languages. Her most recent book is The Brand Mapping Strategy: Design, Build, and Accelerate Your Brand. She regularly writes for and and has had articles published in Self, The Los Angeles Times, American Way, The Boston Globe, and many others.


Karen has spoken for Harvard, The AMA, Direct Marketing Association, and Stanford, among others. She has been interviewed on The Today Show, CNN, CNBC, and Oprah.


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