Return on hashtags: using what gets desired results
by Saul Fleischman on Oct 23, 2013
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Show me what I’m getting from my hashtags. RiteTag does that. Here's why you should accept nothing less. ...
Show me what I’m getting from my hashtags. RiteTag does that. Here's why you should accept nothing less.
Things to do with your RiteTag scheduled posts:
1. After a quick look at My top-performing tags in Tag Optimizer, and double-clicking retweets, favorites, or clicks on links, you might want to use one of your top-performers in the tweet/post.
2. No longer relevant or timely? Delete it. Just takes two clicks.
3. Change/add/remove attribution - @usernames, they're editable, too.
4. Change the date and/or time. You may also want to try changing the range of hours your auto-scheduled tweets go out - in Settings.
5. As your Twitter chops improve, and you see that you'll get one and two levels deep of retweets/shares on a huge percentage of your RiteTagged posts, you may want to leave more room for them. Do that by trimming excess words and abbreviate when possible. Do that, too, from Scheduled.
RiteTag converts your full URLs to our own proprietary tinyURL so we can track - just for you, not made public - what happens with each of your tweets and the URL(s) in each of them.
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