Twitter has launched a revamped version of business.twitter.com, which is a resource site aimed at helping businesses get the most out of Twitter.
"Twitter has long been a home for all kinds of businesses," says Carolyn Penner with Twitter Communications. "Whether it’s a neighborhood ice cream shop (@humphryslocombe), a favorite store (@lululemon) or a socially responsible shoe company (@TOMSshoes), people have gotten special offers, great customer support and valuable information by following businesses on Twitter."
"We’ve seen tremendous growth in the creative ways businesses and organizations are leveraging Twitter, and we want to make sure you have access to their great ideas," adds Penner. "We’ll continue to update the site with fresh use cases, tips, tools, and resources."
For all the businesses, community groups, gov orgs & schools out there (or just folks who are curious), follow @twitterbusiness for tips
On the site, users can find information about how to advertise on Twitter with Promoted Trends and Promoted Accounts, as well as how to utilize things like "Fast Follow" and the tweet button.
Some changes were spotted last night by several bloggers, but now Twitter has made the changes official. Businesses will want to keep up with the site, as Twitter is bound to offer more useful tools and ideas in the future. As tweeted by Penner, you can follow @TwitterBusiness.