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EVERYONE’S ACCOUNT IS DIFFERENT, BUT WHEN IT COMES TO BUSINESS ACCOUNTS WE TEND TO FALL INTO ONE OF THE THREE MAIN CATEGORIES
Now when you think about it, what type of account do you fall under, and is it the type you really want to be.
This Type of account fills a critical role for business and customers, making sure the populace is informed, it could be from their own website or sharing third party news. This account seems to be the most popular type out in twitter land at the moment.
Not the most exciting but a fantastic example of an active Twitter feed that is informative | @HMRCgovuk
This account regularly updates and reminds about current HMRC topics, but also offers advice and guidance.
The Seller is focused on making sure you see the product or service as much as possible to help them make a sale (and for you to get a good deal)
Sometimes its subtle, sometimes it’s obvious, but if done correctly it works
@Harrods is a great example of this type of account, selling the different departments and products they have in store, and communicating with the fans throughout the day using high quality visuals
And the Bizarre
There’s always someone who is a little bit out there and it’s not really clear what there on but all we know is we want some