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How to Manage Twitter: 7 Experts Reveal Their Daily Twitter Routine

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"How DO they do it all?" is the question we often ask ourselves. Well, I decided to ask a few Twitter pros to find out how they manage Twitter - how they appear to 'always be there' when, in fact, nothing is farther from the truth.

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How to Manage Twitter: 7 Experts Reveal Their Daily Twitter Routine

  1. 7 TWITTER EXPERTS REVEAL “My Daily Twitter Routine” HOW THEY ‘Do It All’
  2. Picture this…
  3. TWITTERis like projectile vomiting…
  4. …a forceful uncontrollable firehose that it is.
  5. And managing Twitter... well, that could feel like trying to take a sip from that firehose.
  6. And managing Twitter... well, that could feel like trying to take a sip from that firehose.
  7. Whatever shall a Twitter marketer do?
  8. Ditch it?
  9. Out of the question, IF that's where your target audience is.
  10. Automate the life out of it?
  11. No siree! Might as well ditch it then...
  12. So what's the answer to this pain-in-the-neck-that-it-is suck-you-in-n-never-spit-you-out Twitter situation ?
  13. MANAGE IT
  14. Put yourself on a Twitter time budget.
  15. Don’t know how?
  16. Don’t sweat it. I know… PEOPLE.
  17. Don’t sweat it. I know… PEOPLE.
  18. (and I didn’t even have to twist their hands… much)
  19. Ladies and gents, put your hands together for 7 Twitter experts who will (absolutely voluntarily) share their Daily Twitter Routine
  20. Mike Allton, TheSocialMediaHat.com 1. check mentions 2 - 4x per day using Hootsuite mobile; 2. check direct messages 1x per day using Hootsuite desktop; 3. I use SocialOomph to power my evergreen content shares, and then mix up Hootsuite, Buffer, JustRetweet,Triberr and Feedly, plus Twitter lists, to generate curated shares and retweets. “My Daily Twitter Routine”
  21. 1. Check @mentions 2. Respond (using Twitter native video if I can) 3. Scroll my feed for interesting stuff Repeat all of the above 3 times per day: morning, day, and night. Ryan Hanley, RyanHanley.com “My Daily Twitter Routine”
  22. 1. read all @mentions and reply/process all; 2. schedule tweets using Buffer; 3. check Buffer stats from the previous day; 4. read news and industry news as well as posts from feeds/friends/ publications. Ann Handley, AnnHandley.com “My Daily Twitter Routine”
  23. Larry Kim, Wordstream.com 1. use various tools to find interesting stuff to share - 30 min; 2. schedule stuff using Hootsuite; 3. take Uber to/from work; respond, retweet, check DMs, etc. - 40 min. I have highly organized lists of people that I can quickly scan and engage with. 4. the biggest time suck for me is actually mucking around with Twitter and Facebook ads. 5. having an executive assistant to help me out with other things is a huge plus! “My Daily Twitter Routine”
  24. 1. COFFEE => 2. Check Triberr and share any posts from there => 3. Open Feedly and check those feeds => 4. More COFFEE => 5. Respond to comments in Hootsuite => 6. If I have a blog post coming out, I schedule it to go out via Hootsuite => 7.Add any new evergreen content to SocialOomph. Jeff Sieh, ManlyPinterestTips.com “My Daily Twitter Routine”
  25. 1. Browse my feed for anything newsworthy and share or schedule it with Tweetdeck. 2. Schedule some of my own tweets (if any). 3. Respond to @mentions as soon as I can - I have notifications set up for those. 4. Browse the chats I follow throughout the day as well. Lisa Irby, 2CreateaWebsite.com “My Daily Twitter Routine”
  26. And last but not first…
  27. 1. Schedule tweet blocks 2. Read @mentions and reply to ALL 3. Scan timeline for conversations to jump into and content to retweet 4. Check Direct Messages (DMs) 5. Visit influencers' profiles; read, retweet, engage 6. Search Twitter for conversations of interest Ana Hoffman, TrafficGenerationCafe.com “My Daily Twitter Routine”
  28. So… whatever those Twitter experts are doing is working pretty well, wouldn’t you say?
  29. Thus, YOUR Daily Twitter Routine should go something like this
  30. 1. Schedule Tweet Blocks [ongoing]
  31. (learn more about Tweet Blocks at TrafficGenerationCafe.com tgcafe.it/traffic-hack-tweet-blocks)
  32. 2. Read @mentions and reply to ALL [2-3x a day]
  33. 3. Scan Twitter timeline for conversations to jump into and content to retweet [2-3x a day]
  34. 4. Check Direct Messages (DMs) [1x a day]
  35. 5. Visit influencers' profiles; read, retweet, engage [1x a day]
  36. 6. Search Twitter for conversations of interest [1x a day]
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