All about Best Twitter Hack
Will you ever get enough tips on Twitter?
I know I will never get plenty of them. I know. We are all special in how we get things done with our tweets or followers. Twitter is an always changing, often challenging place to experiment, enjoy, and learn.
I have previously shared some of my favorite tips – beginner and intermediate – and we thought it would be fun to tap all of you in order to exchange information!
Below are a couple of Buffer tips and a nice video about Bryan Harris’s VideoFruit Twitter tips. Check here if there are any suggestions you might have.
Tip 1: Not every tweet you need to read.
Twitter became a source of concern to me after some months on Twitter, after several hundred users, because I tried to read every tweet I found and it was literally impossible.
The average individual tweets twenty-two times a day, and I have been following many people who tweet even more than that.
At first, it was a massive undertaking to grasp how my stream worked. Retweets attached various accounts to my feed, supported content seemed to appear randomly. It’s fresh and exciting, just a little too much to consider.
Fortunately, I noticed lists.
Tip 2: Use a planner.
Consistency is a major component of Twitter. Daily tweeting and also tweeting. But consistency isn’t always possible, so tools like Buffer are involved in social media.
Buffer helps me to post a huge amount of good posts — including retweets — at the best times of the day.
I can monitor the process as much as I want, and later that day or week I can search the analytical section to see which articles with the most interactions.
Tip 3: Dedicate others.
Commitment is the secure way of making the most of Twitter, making full connections and having fun. The easiest way to do this was by writing my tweets manually.
Whenever I connect to or share something with a new piece of material, I add the @mention of the author or the originator as a hat tip or HT. Offer loans, in other words, where credit is owed. This is appreciated very much by people.
Equally, it’s a large part of getting involved on Twitter to address anyone you name. If anyone tweets you, they mention you in a tweet, or they’re searching for links in one of your tweets.
Someone has value enough to link you or your profile. It is a kind of honor. It is an honor. One of Twitter’s most dedicated brands – @Notebook – puts great importance on reacting to everything.
Tip 4: How Tweets work @-reply.
And see all the tweets in my feed and in those lists I follow, which have never existed. If you want everyone to see your tweets, don’t start it with the @ sign. I was not fully aware of Twitter rule number one.
Twitter deals with every tweet that begins with the @ symbol and considers these messages as private conversations with another consumer.
Only the tweeter, the tweeter, and the people who follow both accounts can see the tweet and the streams.
It was massive. I have always been anxious about tweeting @responds to people from the beginning of Twitter because I didn’t want tweets for all my followers
I felt much more relaxed by answering people from the main feed.
Tip 5: Tweeting the same thing many times is all right.
Email isn’t Twitter. It isn’t read every tweet. So over a long time, it is all right to tweet the same content repeatedly.
Say, you have a great piece of content you enjoy and love your audience. It’d be a shame to lift it once and never share it again.
The two main reasons for refilling content are 1) to meet people who have just first missed it in different time zones, and 2).
So I’m not worried now if I find a successful connection because the overwhelming bulk of my audience has still not seen it the first time.
And this is it! And that is it! These are the top five lessons I have learned from Twitter over the first six years.
What would you like when you begin on Twitter followers to know? I would like to know what you have experienced during your experience.