The anatomy of a Perfect Twitter Post

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Recently crowned as the top referral site for teenage online shoppers, Twitter has come a long way since the first tweet was sent 7 years ago. With around 300 billion tweets live on the site, it is easy for yours to get lost in the noise. Follow our 6 useful tips to ensure that your content is visible to the right Twitter audience and drive sales!

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The anatomy of a Perfect Twitter Post

  1. 1. A Twitter Post can be a Status Link Photo Video
  2. 2. Average Number of Tweets sent Per Day
  3. 3. 500 Million!!
  4. 4. So, how do you make your content stand out in the noise?
  5. 5. By Following the Right Tips!
  6. 6. Tips to Create the Perfect Twitter Post
  7. 7. Tip 1: Write Shorter Tweets for More Retweets
  8. 8. Ideal Tweet Length
  9. 9. If the tweet is more than 130 characters long, your followers may delete important keywords while retweeting.
  10. 10. Tweet is more than 130 characters
  11. 11. Retweet requires the removal of the keyword #DoItYourself
  12. 12. Tip 2: Use Twitter Handles
  13. 13. Include a brand’s or user’s handle in your tweet while sharing their quote, stat or article.
  14. 14. It Helps Increase Visibility, Following and Retweets!
  15. 15. Tip 3: Smart Use of Hashtags
  16. 16. Limit use of hashtags to one or two per tweet for higher engagement.
  17. 17. Do not make every word of your tweet a hashtag.
  18. 18. Ideally, only the most important word in the tweet should be a hashtag.
  19. 19. Tip 4: Include Images in the Tweet
  20. 20. Tweets that include photos receive the highest engagement
  21. 21. Tip 5: Pay Attention to Links
  22. 22. Use Shortened Links in the Tweet
  23. 23. Place Links in the First Half of the Tweet
  24. 24. Links placed earlier in a tweet get higher clickthrough rates
  25. 25. Tip 6: Follow the Right Posting Schedule It’s the time to tweet!
  26. 26. Ideal Tweeting Times
  27. 27. Follow these tips to get the most out of your Twitter marketing efforts. All the best!
  28. 28. Thank You! Website: www.submitedge.com Email: support@submitedge.com smo@submitedge.com

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