The Difference Between Facebook and Twitter Marketing

In many ways, the key point being made here by Amanda MacArthur is rather obvious – that the 2 social media platforms are very different and that what you do on one does not necessarily mean you do on the other! However, I think business owners or webmasters are trying to use their time as efficiently as possible and think it is so easy to ‘kill 2 birds with one stone’.


Amanda makes these points be setting out the information:

  • How Customers Prefer to Be Treated on Twitter
  • How Customers Prefer to Be Treated on Facebook

Bear these points in mind before you decide to ‘double up’.

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Ian Smith
Dr Ian Smith

32 years of marketing experience to help small businesses understand the world of website marketing.