Social media is like an unexplored land, and it’s easy to get lost if you don’t know what you’re doing. People often take their complaints straight to Twitter because that’s where everyone goes – first! To help make sure your business thrives on this wild frontier, I have some quick tips for using the almighty character limit: Don’t overdo it and definitely don’t be boring. There are no rules against having fun with 280 characters or less!
Let’s make the Twittersphere a little more interesting, shall we? Our advice is to keep it controversial and multi-dimensional. So don’t just post pics – add some saucy text too! It’s time for you to get creative with your tweets – cut them in half if needs be but ensure that each tweet finishes on an exciting note, so followers want more. Make sure there’s no ambiguity when it comes to what action you’d like people to take; clearly call out whether they should hit ‘like’, leave a comment or retweet…the sky’s the limit!
Hey Twitter users – don’t go hashtag crazy! Adding too many tags to your tweets could have an unsavoury effect, so you must use them judiciously (not just one or two hashtags — make sure they’re relevant!). That way, the right people can find and enjoy your tweet. Happy tweeting, everyone!
Injecting some flair into what you post on social media is a great way to keep existing followers entertained and draw in new ones. Spruce up your profile with original gifs, videos, or images related to hot topics that everyone’s talking about–and have fun while doing it! Bonus points if you can be one of the first people out there tweeting away these trends before anyone else does.
Don’t be afraid to get your hands dirty! Test away and use analytics to determine what makes your audience tick. Embrace trial and error – it’s a great way to find out which content is dynamite and which falls flatter than yesterday’s pancakes.