Amanda Clark — March 9, 2018 Follow @GrammarChicInc — March 9, 2018 Last November, Twitter doubled its famous 140-character count, meaning that Twitter users now have the luxury of a full 280 characters in each tweet. At the time, it was presumed to be the death knell for the platform, which had long been celebrated … Continue reading Should Your Business Write Longer Tweets?
Pankaj Narang — December 12, 2017 — December 12, 2017 Being one of the most popular social media platforms out there, Twitter can be used to create brand awareness, gain more leads, perform competitive analysis, and so much more. With the latest update regarding the 280-character limit on tweets, it has become easier than ever … Continue reading How to Write Engaging Tweets For Your Brand
Annaliese Henwood — August 10, 2017 Follow @MktgInnovator — August 10, 2017 raphaelsilva / Pixabay Yes, you can schedule tweets through Twitter. Unfortunately, you can’t schedule from your main account, such as your profile or home feed. Instead, you need to follow a step-by-step process requiring access to your Twitter advertising platform. The How-To Guide … Continue reading Can I Schedule Tweets from Twitter Itself?
Roman Kniahynyckyj — July 12, 2017 Follow @kniahynyckyj — July 12, 2017 With 6,000 tweets sent every second, Twitter is one highly competitive playing field. If you even want a fighting chance of having your tweets actually read, it’s essential to avoid bad habits that tend to have the opposite effect. Your tweets are all … Continue reading Why No One Likes (or Reads) Your Tweets
Benjamin Brandall — March 8, 2017 — March 8, 2017 Want to add every post on your blog to your Buffer queue, complete with images and automatically generated hashtags? Recently I realized I hadn’t added my old blog posts to Buffer, and needed to go back and queue them all up. While I was doing … Continue reading How to Automatically Generate Tweets with Images and Hashtags for Your Buffer Queue
Carol Stephen — January 27, 2017 Follow @Carol_Stephen— January 27, 2017 How to Catapult Your Tweets Farther? Use a Powerful Hashtag! What if I told you there was a free way to give your tweet wings, and let it travel farther and last longer? Would you want to join that club? I know would! Hashtags … Continue reading How to Catapult Your Tweets Farther? Use a Powerful Hashtag!
By Brett Relander December 30th, 2016 Is there an art to effective tweeting? Communicating in 140 characters is not easy. How do online publishers attract, in bite-sized morsels, new visitors? How does one get new visitors to spend more time on your site and encourage them to return frequently? Here are eight tips you can … Continue reading 8 Tips for More Effective Tweets
Jason Quintal — November 30, 2016 — November 30, 2016 In my opinion, Twitter is still one of the best platforms marketers can utilize for the purposes of building brand awareness. With smart content choices, clever and concise copy, and visually appealing images or videos, earning organic impressions and engagement while growing your follower base … Continue reading Optimizing Tweets for Impressions & Engagement
Some social marketing management platforms fully support Twitter’s expanded tweets, while others are working on updating their software. Tim Peterson on September 21, 2016 On Monday, Twitter officially expanded the length of tweets by not counting photos, videos, polls and quoted tweets against its 140-character limit. But that doesn’t mean every brand has access … Continue reading Which social marketing tools support Twitter’s expanded tweets
Businesses’ Twitter profiles can now display their hours of availability and a button to send it a direct message. Tim Peterson on September 15, 2016 rvlsoft / Shutterstock.com Twitter is playing catch-up with Facebook once again when it comes to becoming brands’ favored social platform for customer service. Businesses’ Twitter profiles can now display … Continue reading Twitter now lets brands say when they’re available to respond to tweets