Consider timing when you tweet. Even though the Internet is "always on," your target audience might not be. In fact, even though you're likely to establish a crowd of followers who will drop in and out night and day throughout the week, there are best times to tweet for optimum visibility and result. Look now at how timing plays a huge role in your Twitter success.
Now, before you synchronize your watch to face ready for the magic moment to broadcast your messages, make sure you've committed yourself to tweeting on a regular and reliable basis. In fact, just as the Internet thrives and survives based upon continual infusion of new content every hour of every day, so too does your Twitter result trust continual care and maintenance.
You don't have to tweet all day long, however , you should tweet every day to keep your followers interested and engaged. If you neglect posting, your followers might stop following and go search for someone else who offers a product or service much like yours.
So, though we'll proceed to determine the best time to broadcast your tweets, make sure you're prepared to keep your conversation flowing throughout the day and throughout the week, even going to the point that you'll schedule "tweet reminders" in your daily calendar until you've developed a regular tweet habit. So, do you know the best times to broadcast your tweets? Well, the answer requires you to consider a couple of variables first:
Where is your core audience, that is, what time zone do they occupy? Are they in the same zone as you, or have you amassed a following from across the continent or round the world? If you're truly global, and thinking about want to be, then you'll need to make a judgment call on which audience to cater to when you tweet.
What is the local schedule of your intended core audience? If you are on the West Coast of the United States, you might find you get best interaction when you post at 8:00 A.M., 12:00 P.M., and 5:00 P.M. Pacific time. Obviously, your East Coast followers will be getting the message three hours later, so a message of Good morning! Before your start your day, see our website for today's Good Morning Offer that is posted at 8:00 A.M. Pacific time is going to be of diminished use to someone in Nyc.
While you can't satisfy in history zones at all times, don't forget that the most useful tweet is a well-timed tweet. Again, if you desire to cater to followers who reside within a specific location - that is fine and acceptable - then indicate that intention within your brief Twitter bio notes. No matter how you serve time zones, local or global, recognize the game patterns of the audience you truly wish to engage and tweet in sync with its schedule to ensure your messages gain the most possible exposure every time.
The time of your tweets is important to consider, but you will also need to accommodate for the time between your tweets. The problem of posting regularly but not too often is important to your results. Five tweets a day is plenty. Some think it's a lot of. Timing matters here because you need to allow enough time for followers to see your message and to respond if they feel so inclined. Also, patience on your part enables cross-chatter to develop, giving you understanding of your followers' thoughts, wants, and needs.
Post the initial tweet and pause to allow for responses. Then, sum up the conversation (if needed) and move on to the following topic in your next tweet. It's important to keep the conversations on the right track and somewhat serial in flow (that is, one conversation or topic at a time) lest your Twitter log read like a sporadic outpouring of random thoughts and blurbs that will leave everyone - including you - confused.
Remember how important a role timing plays in your Twitter success. While you should not become so rigid in your timing that you cut short some beneficial conversations, you should attempt to keep order and hang expectations among your followers regarding when they can expect to receive your next message.
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