Finding Leads on Twitter: Hali-ween EditionAnita Kirkbride
It’s been a while since I blogged about finding leads on Twitter here in Halifax. I wonder if anyone is actually using this idea to find leads in their industry? I would love to know if monitoring keywords on Twitter is turning into business for you. For now, have a peek at some of the recent tweets local businesses could have jumped on. According to Twitter, every one of these happened “near me”, so that means 25 mile radius of Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Can anyone recommend a good, honest local company who can sweep our chimney?
— Peggy MacKinnon (@PeggyMacKinnon) October 24, 2015
Chim chim-in-ey, chim chim-in-ey Chim chim cher-ee! A sweep is as lucky, as lucky can be!
Halloween party venue suggestions anyone? (Fellow ballers, lemme know where to meet up so I can help class up your joint even more.)
— William Matheson (@willmatheson) October 27, 2015
A perfect opportunity for all the Halloween party promoters to respond with ticket info. P.S. I’m still looking for a Halloween party to attend, too!
*serious request* does anyone have a jello brain mold I can borrow? Jello brain mold anyone? — Morgan Sheppard (@morganyep) October 27, 2015
Granted, she’s looking to borrow, but it’s still an opportunity if you’ve got one to sell…maybe she didn’t find a borrowed one!
Anyone know of a company that can install exterior oil tanks and can do the job in the next few days? #Halifax
— Jacqui Rostek (@REALTOR_Jacqui) October 27, 2015
I happen to know that at least one local oil tank installation company has a Twitter account (although it’s not well used).
k i need yellow gloves and red suspenders — Benji (@benarmishaw) October 27, 2015
Another Halloween party goer? One can only hope 🙂
No matter what type of business you’re in, people are talking about it and looking for it on Twitter…you just need to be listening at the right time in order to see it.