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Are you ready to sell more this upcoming holiday season? Whether you've never tweeted in your life or are looking to add some serious kick to your existing social strategy, Bigcommerce and Twitter are here to help.
Join a panel of e-commerce pros THIS THURSDAY from 6-7pm CST in a special Twitter chat to learn some tips and techniques for how to grow your business using the power of Twitter. Tweet this.
What: Twitter Chat — How to grow your business using Twitter
When: Thursday, September 26 at 6pm CST
Where: Twitter, of course!
How: Join the conversation by using the hashtag, #BCTweetTips
We’ve got an incredible lineup of experts weighing in on the discussion, including:
Bigcommerce’s own head of distance learning, Heidi Wong (@htoby)
Sean Dawes (@seandawes) runs a full-time SEO agency as well as a thriving auto parts store. He was recently named one of the top contributors on AMEX Open Forum.
Tim Slatter (@thecakestoreUK) runs several thriving online cake and baked goods stores. By being present on Twitter, Tim’s been featured in multiple publications and even been endorsed by some big name celebrities on Twitter.
After seeing how fast her children outgrew their “lovely outfits,” Ruth Lopardo (@loveitloveit) was inspired to start a colorful, comfortable and eco-friendly baby and children’s store. From humble beginnings in early 2010, she’s since grown her business significantly through social media marketing.
Started by his love of rock n’ roll, Dave Lando (@rockerrags) started Rocker Rags, an online clothing store for the hardcore music enthusiast, a few years ago. He uses Twitter to spread awareness about his rocking brand.
Inspired by her love of all things DIY and crafts, Tiffany Burks (@tiffzippy) started a paper goods and craft store earlier this year. With a new business, she uses social media to expand her reach.
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