Post Planner was built to work seamlessly with Twitter. You can quickly find, plan, and post top-performing content that resonates with your audience.
1. Customize when you post
Instead of blasting the same content across a variety of Twitter accounts all at the same moment, customize your approach.
- Go to Post and add your tweet - choose one profile where the content will originate from.
- Choose to add this to your queue, tweet now or schedule for later. Now connect each of your Twitter accounts to your mobile device. This will allow you to switch back and forth between multiple accounts. To add additional accounts:In the top menu, tap your profile icon.
- Tap the more icon
- From here you can Create new account or Add an existing account.
- Once you've added your additional account(s), you can toggle between them by long-pressing your profile icon.
- You can also switch accounts from your top menu by tapping your profile icon, then tapping the smaller, additional profile icon(s) next to the more icon.
Once this is done, go to each profile, navigate to the original tweet, and retweet from each account.
This action is encouraged by Twitter and will help create engagement and awareness between your accounts.
It’s positive momentum as you engage natively on Twitter.
Plus, you're not spamming your feeds with the same content over and over.
This native and natural approach will garner you more interaction while building trust and credibility.
2. Share the best content at your best time
The whole idea behind this step is to reuse and repurpose your content without using the same post ever again.
Instead, you’re going to tie your best time to the various types of content within Post Planner’s “Plan” to maximize engagement.
But don’t sweat it, this isn’t going to create a crazy amount of work for you. The strategy is easy to implement!
Step 1: Go to Your Twitter Analytics
If you want to know your best times to post, don’t look to general articles that talk about when “most people are online.”
Nope, get specific and look to your own Twitter Analytics for clues to when your audience is online.
Once in your analytics, click on the Tweets tab and then export your data by clicking the “Export” tab to the right of your profile.
Open your spreadsheet and click on impressions. You can now see a complete list of times and the impressions associated with each of those.
Pick your top 4 times and now head over to Post Planner.
Step 2. Go Into Post Planner and Add Your Custom Times
Once inside your Post Planner account, click on Plan. If you’ve already created your personal Plan times, choose that and we’re going to edit it.
If you haven’t, click the plus sign to create a new Plan.
Now update your times to your best times to post. Then choose the type of content next to each of those times.
You’ll set in order like this:
You’re all set to launch with your biggest engager.
Leverage that momentum into additional branded content, and continue to build that momentum, moving the needle on your overall engagement.
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