Twitter’s Lead Cards are a great way to easily grow your email list. A Twitter card is simply an attachment. In the case of a Lead Card, it is a little graphic that attaches to any tweet, and as many tweets, as you wish. Once you create the card, it sits in your library. It’s re-usable. It has a bit of code in it that allows people to simply click on it, twice, to share their name and email address with you. They never have to actually type in their name and email, all they have to do is. click!
Because Twitter offers phenomenal targeting options, if you put a bit of funding behind these Lead Cards, you can expect to collect lots of emails. But there is a way to do this without spending one cent.
First, make sure you set up your ads account in Twitter. You will be required to give your credit card number, but Twitter will not use this unless you ask them to.
Click on your profile pick next to the Tweet button.
Choose “Twitter Ads"
Choose “Create Lead Generation card"
Create your description, upload and image (800 x 200 pixels), and a call to action.
Complete the rest of the form and click “create card”.
Simply click “Finish”.
Now, write your tweet. Choose “standard”. Note the option for scheduling. To really see results from this, you will want to schedule this tweet to go out several times throughout the day, for several days. Then, click tweet. The bottom picture shows you what the tweet looks like. Considering pinning it to the top of your Twitter profile for even more engagement.
o collect your leads, simply click on this icon. Your leads will download was a CSV file that you can upload to your CRM