For those who tweet their hubs, do you tweet each hub multiple times?
I'm trying to figure out my Twitter strategy after this long, and I'm not sure how to proceed. I think I should probably Tweet anything that I've updated and only if I've updated it, but I'm not sure that that is right, either. Right now I'm running everything through Redgage to get impressions there as well as here (and on Squidoo, Zujava, Wizzley, etc). How do you do it?
After completing my hub, I would usually send a link to facebook, twitter, pinterest, among others. Sometimes, if my hub needs additional push, then I would tweet it again at a later time. At times, I also make blog posts that I can link to my hub/s. Hope that helps! ^_^
usually once when it first comes out. and then again a day or two later. I try to avoid looking spammy as much as possible.
Yes every day or two. It depends on the number of twitter followers you have. It you close to 9000 like I do they won't all see your post. I've heard that a tweet has a life of about 15 seconds and while I think it may be a little longer think of a tweet like a commercial on television. Do it often enough to get noticed without being annoying.
Don't limit your tweets to things that just help you out or you may start to loose followers. Tweet about things that are of interest to your followers. If you are into cooking maybe mention that Good housekeeping has some new recipes. Don't always be self promoting.
A program that has a decent free automation system is Social Oomph. There is a paid version but for small tweeters there is more than enough functionality. You can post every hour if you lke from posts that you have pre-made. There is a link shortening tool built in to save on characters.
It's probably best practice to Tweet it more than once, just in case people that missed it the first time round can get a second chance to find the article.
Having said that, I don't really have the time for Tweeting and people get annoyed if you keep jabbering on about the same thing too much.
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