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On today’s Tech Help for Churches, Twitter: Using Twitter Ads

To use twitter ads, start by going to Ads.twitter.com. Click in the upper right hand and go to “Create a new campaign” and then choose:

Website clicks and conversions
Tweet engagements
App installs
Leads
Video views
Custom
Help me choose

Once you choose, do the following steps:
1. Name your campaign, set up a conversion tag, and decide when it will run
2. Select you audience with demographics, keywords, interests, and even by who they follow.
3. Set a budget. Daily max and total. Choose what to optimize for.
4. Create a new tweet or choose already created ones.

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