Using inspirational quotes on Twitter is a fast way to connect with others. They can help us be more relatable, particularly on a platform like Twitter where we are connecting constantly with ‘strangers’ and need a way to break the ice to start the conversation.
Here are some of the reasons tweeting quotes helps you connect emotionally with your audience. Consider adding a couple of quotes per day to the information you share on Twitter. It can be just the thing that sparks the connection with another.
Inspirational quotes are valuable
Emotionally valuable, that is. Quotes can inspire, motivate, and entertain.
Quotes can cover a variety of topics—it doesn’t have to be all business all the time. Be aware that the quotes you pick must speak to the people you’re trying to reach and need to convey the feelings and values that you and your business stand behind. If you’re a consultant working with executives, for example, consider sharing quotes related to leadership.
Inspirational quotes say it best
What is is about inspirational and motivational quotes? To us at Nimble Quotes, they really do feel like little statements of wisdom. They are here to help us push on, try just once more, go for it – particularly when we are tired, scared or feel a little defeated. What is it about a few words strung together in a way that has a positive knock-on effect the more it is shared? Who knows, but do take advantage of this wisdom.
more you position yourself as someone knowledgeable in your industry, the more weight you’ll have with potential customers. Quoting famous business men or entrepreneurs can accomplish this, as well as quoting people who are known figures in your industry.
If you have content that you want to share, like a blog article or a video, you can also pull a passage from your blog and use that as your quote. You can even quote your own company wisdom by sharing a quote by one of your company executives.
Inspirational quotes connect us
Not just on Twitter, but take a look at any social network, listen to a business talk, attend a conference and guaranteed some one will be referencing a famous quote to make a point. The quote will be one or a few sentences which sum up exactly the point someone is trying to convey. We read it or hear it and nod or say “Yes! I get it, I know what you mean.” What a beautiful way to move from stranger to known and start the conversation.
Let the quotes do the work for you.
We’ve collected thousands of business-appropriate quotes you can add to your Twitter feed automatically. Check out NimbleQuotes.com for 30-days free and see what it feels like to have quotes added to your Twitter feed and be connecting daily with your followers.
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