10 Ways Twitter Changed My Business

 

In celebration of my one year anniversary of using Twitter this month, I took some time to consider the impact this fabulous tool has had on my business.

canstockphoto0597045You can listen to my Audio Blog by clicking here!

How has Twitter changed your approach to your business? Are you using it for some things that I didn’t mention here? I’d love to hear your ideas, so leave a comment below.

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About Lara Galloway

As the Mom Biz Coach, I am a speaker, business coach and mentor to mom entrepreneurs and small business owners. My passion is helping entrepreneurs create and run businesses that honor their priorities and values. Together with Shelagh Cummins, I co-founded MomBiz.com to provide business planning, marketing, project planning and operations solutions to entrepreneurs who want to work less, make more, and love the work they do. I live with my husband and three kids in Bloomfield Hills, MI.

I am frequently interviewed for my expertise on work/life balance, starting and running a successful small business, marketing your business on Social Media, and creatively managing your time by media like Forbes, Crain’s Business, The Chicago Tribune, and More Magazine.

When I'm not working, I'm wrangling my three kids with my husband, drinking good wine or microbrewed beer, and baking something with lots of calories since food is my love language. I love living in Michigan, especially when it's 80 degrees and sunny.

Find me on Google+and on Twitter.

Comments

  1. Are you blogs in text form anywhere? I don’t tend to listen due to little ears who will hear and won’t go to sleep! LOL Anything is a distraction and during the day, it’s much easier to scan on my BBerry.

    Thanks,
    Rosemary

  2. Hi Rosemary–

    I totally understand! I did a guest blog for Mike McClure that covers the same info. You can find it here.

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