Blueprint for the Perfect Tweet  Think Mobile:               Compose your Tweet…                                          ...
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Blueprint for the Perfect Tweet

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Blueprint for the Perfect Tweet

  1. 1. Blueprint for the Perfect Tweet Think Mobile: Compose your Tweet… 140 Characters: Make sure links Share timely content with your followers: invites, The max length is that you point to offers, videos, articles. Schedule content and share 140 characters. Try are optimized for news hourly. editing the main mobile viewing message down to because that’s 50 characters by how the majority removing redundant of users will view Name @username 2 min ago text and allow room your tweet. for hashtags, Your message here @mention call to action mentions, and http://bit.l/NegrOO #hashtag comments. Use a Attach an Image URL shortener like To increase View Video | Reply | Re-tweet | Favorite bit.ly. engagement, upload an image @mention People: from your phone or Give people credit desktop, or use an and engage them app like Instragram. by @mentioning Try behind-the- scenes style images. their handle. Tweets that begin with @ are considered Embedded Media: “replies” and are You can embed only visible by 12 followers of both the media in your Re-tweets tweets by including person tweeting a URL from and the person YouTube, Flickr, or @mentioned. To Reply to @username… Slideshare. avoid, just add a period in front of the first @ sign.   Stay Engaged: Reply back to mentions to build conversation. Measure Boost Engagement: your success based upon relies, re-tweets, and favorites. To increase the reach of your tweet, sponsor your post as a Promoted Tweet. Tip: To increase reach include topic-related hash tags (e.g. #custserv). This way your tweets will be seen by people Tip: Promoted Tweets related to breaking who follow the hashtag, even if they don’t follow you. news, free offers or time-sensitive events work well.Blueprint was inspired by a post from business2community http://goo.gl/p32RvIt has been adapted with our terminology & best practices for employee training

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