Twitter is a social networking and micro-blogging service that allows users to post their latest updates and in September 2010 they had 145 million registered users. It is a social network but there are firms within construction who are using this tool within their marketing mix successfully. A few examples below.
Halcrow Group – Planning, design and management services for infrastructure development worldwide.
Barefoot & Gilles – Architects
Avenues Architects – Architects
Corniche Builders – Building Contractors
AA Environmental – Environmental & Ecology Consultants
Lemon Tree Architects – Architects
Banner Homes Plc – one of the leading independent house builders.
CNM Training – Providers of Licensed Asbestos Removal Training, Non-Licensed, Asbestos Awareness, H&S Training across the UK.
Veritas Consulting – Health and Safety Consultants
SC Stonemasonry – Stone conservation, restoration, project management, consultancy, design and installation.
Search for others on Twellow. We will deal with this platform in more detail at a later stage.
Twitter is a dynamic platform for construction related firms and I have been working slowly with an Architect as well as an Environmental and Ecology Consultancy.They have slowly been grasping the worth of this on line tool, but, we have a way to go yet. It is an excellent tool to network with other like-minded people with the added bonus of not being constrained by distance and time. In other words Twitter is an excellent tool
This tool provides architects, engineers and builders with a remarkable opportunity to tell their story and to build relationships with potential clients. This on line ‘networking’ is about building trust and developing a good reputation with people across the industry. If used well it will also drive people to look more closely at your own website or Blog.
Twitter is a free social networking and micro-blogging service, that allows its users to send and read other users’ updates (otherwise known as tweets), which are text-based posts of up to 140 characters in length.
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