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Twitter Marketing Tips – A Few Examples
Twitter is a great place to grow your business, but things move very quickly on the platform.
There are certain days of the week or times of day when users are more active on Twitter, meaning they’ll actually be more likely to engage with your posts.
By identifying those hours and days and posting during them, you’ll gain more impressions, boost engagement, and get tons of clicks.
According to Buffer, tweets posted on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday have higher CTRs than those posted during other days of the week.
Tweets that contain hashtags receive 2x more engagement than those that don’t.
But tweets with more than two hashtags receive a drop in engagement by 17%.
Most followers become nameless, faceless numbers on a follower list. Remember when networking used to be about meeting people face to face? Icebreakers were important then, and they’re just as important now in the virtual world.
Icebreakers help you share a common connection with a stranger—and make you memorable enough to begin and sustain a long-term relationship.
When you find relevant tweets from among your followers, retweet their blog link—and follow the author’s feed. Then send them an @message, detailing something insightful about their blog post. At the end of the tweet, link to a similar post you’ve written.
This should result in more blog comments, retweets and followers, all from 10 minutes of effort. Twitter is all about icebreakers, and collecting followers who instantly recognize you in a sea of faces. Invest time in your introductions and they’ll make all the difference to your feed.