Resurrect your Twitter account with a small tweak
It’s time to spice up your Twitter appearance and spark your creativity and I bring you some guidelines to help you!
Twitter started out as a text service, but as visual content became popular and prevalent on social media, the “blue bird” eventually sided with the trend.
Tweeting with an image generally attracts more attention, and to maximize visual potential, don’t use generic, low-resolution images. For example, you are using Twitter to post images of your products, avoid the promotion method and try to do something original and clever. Foreign brands like KitKat and Oreo have long been known as masters in the area and their tweets regularly result in high user interaction. Learn from the best!
Do you have a YouTube channel with interesting video content? Share videos with fans on Twitter that they can watch without leaving the social network! The same goes for Vine, which is well integrated with Twitter, given that it is an affiliate company. Video content doesn’t always have to be related to your products or services; Sometimes you can vent and share something relaxed, fun, and interesting with clients.
Re-tweet Content of others
Retweeting is the easiest way to engage on Twitter and people definitely love it when others notice or share your content. If you find interesting content on Twitter, be sure to re-tweet if you think it will be interesting to your followers. In this way, you will be noticed by other users and, sometimes, those users you have re-tweeted will thank you. Of course, re-tweet with a measure, don’t act like you want to “forcefully” draw attention.
Also, it won’t hurt if you re-tweet some news from other official accounts, especially if they are somehow connected to what you do.
Hashtags are important
Hashtags are one of the main features of Twitter, but many Twitter users still do not use it in the right way. Inserting the appropriate hashtag in the tweet will allow your message to reach a greater number of users. It is necessary to follow the hashtags that are used the most.
In doing so, be careful not to overdo it because your tweets can seem endless – two hashtags in a single tweet are enough. If you need to create a unique hashtag (for example, for the purpose of organizing an event or contest), be sure to check if someone is already using it and note that it should be short and meaningful in the context in which it is being used.