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B2BTOTY Q&A with Deloitte
WHO'S TWEETING for Deloitte
As a B2B professional, what is the number one reason you use Twitter?
Engage in conversations with clients,potential clients,employees,potential employees.Learn what is going on in the worldandvarious industrie
What is the most important content you provide to your followers on Twitter?
News from all of our 53 member firms worldwide. It's important to retweet news that would be relevant to all of our 9015 followers as well.
How do you interact with both followers and those you follow on Twitter?
Try and acknowledge as best as possible by @mentioning,retweeting,DM'ing and following back those who mention @Deloitte.
On a scale of 1 (not at all) to 10 (extremely), how important is twitter to your B2B marketing, communications and PR?
How would you describe your business strategy for Twitter?
Twitter is extremely important.A user guide has been implemented 4 all our member firms and we strive to maintain a global branded presence.
What is the most important thing you’ve learned from Twitter?
Twitter is a powerful real-time communications tool.The reach is amazing and you can truly get some awesome global marketing traction.
What is your best advice for other B2B companies not yet using Twitter?
GET ON THE BANDWAGON now or be obsolete!