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A Week Schedule For Twitter




A Week Schedule For Twitter
by Priyanka Sharma Posted on Wednesday, October 29, 2014
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Too many businesses don’t understand how they can create an excellent Twitter schedule that will deliver interest for their website. There are several different types of tweets that when combined together and used in moderation, can create a brilliant schedule that will quickly grow your following and visits to your website.

So, here is a schedule for a week for you to implement on your Twitter account. You can use Sociota’s post management to schedule in the majority of these tweets in.

Monday

8am: Welcome your followers to the week and ask if they had a nice weekend

9-10am: Share an old blog post

10-11 am: Thank those who retweeted and followed you at the weekend

11am – 12 noon: Share a piece of advice

12 noon – 1pm: Advertise latest blog post

1-2pm – Share an old blog post

2-3pm – Share content from another source

3-4pm – Share a piece of advice

4-5pm – Share an old blog posts

6-7pm – Share content from another source

7-8pm – Share an old blog post

Tuesday

8am: Thank those who retweeted and followed you yesterday.

9-10am: Advertise latest blog post

10-11 am: Advertise a product / service

11am – 12 noon: Share content from another source

12 noon – 1pm: Advertise old blog post

1-2pm – Share a piece of advice

2-3pm – Share old blog post

3-4pm – Share content from another source

4-5pm – Share old blog posts

6-7pm – Share piece of advice

7-8pm – Share old blog post

Wednesday

8am: Thank those who retweeted and followed you yesterday

9-10am: Advertise an old blog post

10-11 am: Create a #writerwednesday update where you advertise the authors of three blogs you read

11am – 12 noon: Advertise latest blog post

12 noon – 1pm: Share a piece of advice

1-2pm – share content from another source

2-3pm – Share a piece of advice

3-4pm – Re-advertise those you wrote about earlier in your #writerwednesday update

4-5pm – Share an old blog post

6-7pm – Share an old blog post

7-8pm – Share an old blog post

Thursday

8am: Thank those who retweeted or followed you yesterday

9-10am: Advertise an old blog post

10-11 am: Share latest blog post

11am – 12 noon: Share a piece of advice

12 noon – 1pm: Share content from another source

1-2pm – Advertise old blog post

2-3pm – Share content from other source

3-4pm – Share a piece of advice

4-5pm – Share old blog posts

6-7pm – Share content from another source

7-8pm – Share old blog post

Friday

8am: Thank those who retweeted or followed you yesterday

9-10am: Create a #followfriday post advertising three other Twitter accounts you think your 

followers should receive updates from

10-11 am: Share latest blog post

11am – 12 noon: Advertise a product

12 noon – 1pm: Advertise latest blog post

1-2pm – Advertise old blog post

2-3pm – Re-share your #followfriday post

3-4pm – Share a piece of advice

4-5pm – Share old blog posts

6-7pm – Share content from another source

7-8pm – Wish your followers a great weekend 

Saturday

8am: Share an old blog post

9-10am: Share an old blog post

10-11 am: Share an old blog post

11am – 12 noon: Share a piece of advice

12 noon – 1pm: Share latest blog post

1-2pm – Share an old blog post

2-3pm – Share an old blog post

3-4pm – Share a piece of advice

4-5pm – Share an old blog posts

6-7pm – Share latest blog post

7-8pm – Share an old blog post

Sunday

8am: Share an old blog post

9-10am: Share an old blog post

10-11 am: Share an old blog post

11am – 12 noon: Share a piece of advice

12 noon – 1pm: Share latest blog post

1-2pm – Share an old blog post

2-3pm – Share an old blog post

3-4pm – Share a piece of advice

4-5pm – Share an old blog posts

6-7pm – Share latest blog post

7-8pm – Share an old blog post

Conclusion

Use the above the schedule to create a campaign that will last you all week and can be largely inputted in advanced. Then you only need a quick visit each day to your Sociota profile to manage the updates that have to be manually released.

This schedule creates a mix of content types that will give your campaigns freshness and a good opportunity to be highly engaged with. A highly engaged Twitter account will provide you with website visitors, leads and sales.


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