Building a Growth Engine that Converts Using Twitter
Social media maven, entrepreneur and Maverick member Melinda Wittstock is sharing her secrets on how she leverages “social intelligence” to grow customers and conversions for her clients. Whether you’re taking your business to the next level and want to accelerate your growth, or you’re just starting out and looking for your first “believers”, take a moment and sign up for Melinda’s FREE webinar where she’s taking folks through her “Seven Secrets” for finding, converting and growing customers easily and virally on Twitter while maintaining a unique and authentic brand voice. Lots of dates in November but this is going to fill up fast, so sign up now! http://verifeed.com/
Yea, Melinda! It’s wonderful to see you sharing these secrets.
- Melinda’s dead-simple Seven-Phase Process from first contact to conversion
- A quick and easy formula for engaging viral Influencers to wildly accelerate your customer growth and impact
- Why authenticity rocks, or how to write the Perfect Message
- How to avoid all the costly mistakes so many companies make spamming people with what I call “advertweets”
- And so much more!
Webinar days and times
More about Melinda
Melinda Wittstock – Maverick #272
Founder & CEO of Verifeed
If only you knew…what your analytics weren’t telling you! Verifeed helps businesses accelerate their growth – we find customers you didn’t know you had, predict trends and discover opportunities you wish you knew about much earlier. Our algorithms and analysts parse millions of social conversations to discover what people most want or need. In real time and over time, we come to understand what excites, frustrates and motivates consumers and who is influencing opinions and outcomes. It’s sophisticated business intelligence with powerful marketing and revenue generating applications. Know the difference!
Melinda once led 50 students into an impromptu occupation of the McGill University admin building to protest the college’s investments in Apartheid South Africa, and did not leave until divestment was on the Board of Governors meeting agenda. (McGill became the first college in North America to divest). She also used to be a competitive figure skater and an award-winning print journalist and TV news anchor.