Twitter Marketing for the Solopreneur

Should your twitter handle be your name or your company’s name? Logo or your face for the picture? Should you speak as your company or yourself? And how exactly does one get clients from twitter anyway?

These questions are especially challenging for the one-man-show who is toeing the line between “business” and “personal”. That’s why I created this free webinar specifically for solopreneurs – one-person businesses without a marketing team on-call to enact a complicated twitter strategy!

In this free hour-long webinar you’ll learn the smartest twitter marketing strategies that work for the very small business with less than 20 minutes a day to spend on twitter.

After all, you’ve got a business to run (by yourself!)

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About Laura Roeder

Laura Roeder is a social media marketing expert who gives businesses of all sizes the tools they need to make their mark on the web. She is the creator of the social media scheduling software Edgar, as well as social media marketing web courses like Creating Fame and Social Brilliant.


  1. Thanks for recording the webinar Laura, I wasn’t able to make either session because of my day-job working hours here in New Zealand!
    I’m completely new to twitter (will be setting up my account in the next few weeks) so it was great to have some basic do’s and don’ts. If you have a moment, I’ve got a question for you: Is it best to build an online presence (through my blog) first, so people have a place of reference as to what I’m ‘about’ when I meet them on twitter, or do you recommend diving right in and building the blog as I go? (I’m using my blog to build and showcase my expertise in day-to-day psychology and general well-being and eventually get speaking/consulting gigs. I am only just starting out and have little ‘expertise’ now, so do you think it’s worth getting a twitter account?)
    Thanks for taking the time to share your webinar, and you’re right, the time limit forced me to watch it now, not put it off for some ‘better’ time! :)