Last week, Twitter launched its Location Spotlight feature to its users.
This function would be made available to professionals everywhere.
These professionals can be anyone from content creators to large corporations.
The Location Spotlight enables companies or organizations with physical locations to list their addresses, contact details, and other key information.
This would make it simpler for their customers to contact them via phone, text, email, or Direct Message.
In addition to Location Spotlight, Twitter promised to roll out more features including business tools and resources.
Twitter said in a statement that significant work has been done for more than a year on a collection of basic, free products that provide this community of professionals with the tools they need to modify and expand their business presence and instantly show off their products to customers on Twitter.
Here are a few of the additional professional tools and resources that Twitter has recently released as well as those that they intend to roll out this year:
More Profile Spotlights.
New “Taking Care of Business” Workshop Series.
New #TweetLikeAPro On-Demand Courses on Twitter Flight School.
Visit Twitter’s Help Center to view all the tools currently accessible to professionals on Twitter.
By switching to a Twitter Professional Account right away, professionals will have access to all professional tools as soon as they are made available.
By choosing Twitter for Professionals on the Twitter app’s left navigation sidebar, you can also access professional tools.
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