If you’re new to Twitter and even if you’ve been using it for a while, you may have heard that you have tweet very frequently in order for people to notice your tweets so you get a chance they check out your blog.
And you may feel that if you are to be successful with Twitter, you’ll have to spend all your life chained to your computer sending tweets out there.
Well, not so! because today’s Twitter tip is about ways and tools to automate your tweets.
Sometimes you just need to take a break from tweeting! You may wanna do so if:
You’re working on something more important.
You’re away taking some well deserved time off.
You’re just sick of tweeting as I mentioned before.
Here are a few strategies and tools to try so you can still be present on Twitter even if you aren’t:
You can schedule tweets in advance, tweeting blog posts that you already published. I keep a list of remade tweets and I share them from time to time using our preferred scheduling tool.
We looked at a number of alternatives before deciding to use TweetDeck. However, use your own judgement and preference when you select your scheduling tool. Many people are very happy with Hootsuite and Buffer, and they are great alternatives indeed.
What, is Facebook now a Twitter tool?
Not at all, but you can use it to your advantage so you send your Facebook posts automatically to Twitter. This way, if you’re posting a few times a day on Facebook, you’ll get those updates published on Twitter. A great set it and forget it strategy to help you maintain your presence on Twitter.
Are you afraid you might forget to send your just written blog post to Twitter after you published it?
Have no fear, twitterfeed is coming to the rescue. This free tool lets you set up a service so that whenever you publish a new post, a tweet with the post link is sent automatically through your Twitter account. You can have your blog posts scheduled to publish in advance and Twitterfeed will check periodically and do his job when a new post is out.
Is “just one tweet” not enough for you?
Well then, come meet justretweet. This free website works as a community where you get credits by retweeting other people’s tweets. You decide what you tweet from the tweets posted and in turn, you will use the credits you get to set up your own tweets. With this done, your content will be shared by others with their communities.
5. Hire out
Don’t like tools and you’d prefer someone takes care of your Twitter business while away?
Then ask a friend who you trust or hire someone to maintain your Twitter activity for the duration you’re out. Our blog promo packages may be just what you need.
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