— June 25, 2018
Improve Your Marketing With These 4 Twitter Tools
Monday Tips is a short list of the best finds across the internet to start your week off right.
Today I have some resources to help you get your Twitter marketing into an upswing. Here’s four links with tips and tricks to kick start your Monday.
Keeping track of the latest tweets from your audience on twitter can be time consuming — in order to be effective you need to narrow these down into one place. Utilizing the right tools will greatly improve your marketing strategy and reach. Would you like to find out exactly what is happening on your network? Use these four great Twitter tools, and let me know how these work for you!
1) Manage multiple Twitter accounts -MediaFunnel
Tweet and interact with your followers on up to 25 different accounts all from one dashboard. MediaFunnel is a social media management tool, which includes brand monitoring, conversations with your followers, customer management, and more. You can get your team involved in promotion without compromising the integrity of your brand(s).
2) Stay ahead of the news with the latest feeds – Dlvr.it
Sharing content on Twitter at least several times a day will improve your follows and retweets. Dlvr.it helps brands and businesses quickly find the latest trending articles in your niche to share. Signup is free, and setup takes under a minute to get started. Once you find what you want to share simply place it into a queue or share it right away on your network. This is a great way to bring more traffic to your website!
3) Analyze your Twitter followers – Tweriod
Would you like to know the best times to share tweets according to your target market? Tweriod will not only show you when your audience is active on Twitter, but will also provide helpful insights to maximize your reach. Signup is directly through your profile, and is free to use.
4) Grow your audience with chats on Twitter – TweetChat
Hosting Twitter chats is becoming widely popular, especially with big brands. This is a great way to get to know your audience better, and attract new followers. An easy to use tool for this is called, TweetChat, which allows you to choose a topic, and with a simple hashtag entry you are on your way to a great Twitter engagement. The conversations are in real-time, and work well by announcing to your followers ahead of time when the event will take place.
Hopefully you will find these Twitter tools useful to your business marketing strategy. Are there any that you would like to add as well?