There’s no question about it: working with a service that automatically posts relevant quotes to your Twitter account can save you a lot of time and help you inspire your audience. To get the most out of a service like this, though, there are a few things you need to know. Follow these tips to ensure that you’re exercising great auto-tweeting etiquette both now and in the future.
Find the Right Time to Tweet Relevant Quotes
A Tweet is only as good as the time it’s sent out, and this is especially true for inspiring business quotes. Because business quotes are meant to be shared, they’re effective if posted at a time when your audience is engaging on Twitter. Because of this, it’s important to ensure that you’re dedicating the time and energy to figuring out when the best time to Tweet is. Keep in mind that this depends largely upon your time zone and your audience. According to Buffer, however, the best time to tweet (based on a survey of 4.8 million Tweets) is the early morning. Tweets get the most clicks during these hours. However, just because a survey says it is the best time to Tweet, doesn’t mean it is the best time for your audience. Don’t be afraid to experiment with your Twitter post timing in order to figure out what really works for you and your followers.
Keep a Close Eye on Your Content
There’s nothing so damaging to a Twitter presence as posting insensitive or controversial material. This is a more pronounced danger for people who use other auto-tweeting services, which aggregate third-party content for a Twitter account. Fortunately, Nimble Quotes has eliminated the need for this concern. Our researchers spent countless hours finding and vetting only the most inspiring and motivational quotes. Knowing full well we’d have to earn your trust to be able to tweet on your behalf, we were relentless about only collecting the quotes that would enhance your positive sentiment. This helps you maintain the standing of your Twitter profile and avoid conflict with your followers.
Customize as You Go
Auto-Tweeting isn’t a “set it and forget it” endeavour. To get it right, you’ll have to experiment to find out what works for your audience. Don’t be afraid to make adjustments to timing, hashtags, or frequency as you go. Doing this can help improve your Twitter presence and build your following. Remember, people do look at Twitter after business hours and your audience may be global – so all time zones do matter!
A service that automatically posts relevant quotes to your individual or business Twitter account can save you time and help you inspire your audience. At Nimble Quotes, we’re here to help you enhance your Twitter presence and provide some emotional connection to your followers through motivational business quotes. Try out the 30-day trial today.