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Posts Tagged ‘frequency’

How Frequently Should You Tweet? [STATS]

A lot has been said about social timing, from the optimal number of times to tweet per day, to the best time of day to tweet.

This study asks a new – and particularly effective – question to determine your best number of times to tweet per day: are your tweets getting retweets? And if not, should you tweet more or less?
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A Simple Strategy For Tweeting Your Blog Posts

So you’ve written a spectacular blog post and you’re ready to share it to the world. You load up all of your social profile and get ready to tweet, update and otherwise alert your social connections to your can’t-miss brilliance.

But don’t hit “tweet” just yet. Take a minute to read this strategy for promoting your blog posts on Twitter to ensure you get the maximum exposure without spamming your followers.
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Using Buffer Increases Clicks By 200%, Doubles Retweets

Want to double the number of retweets you see? Or how about add over 100 new followers in 3 weeks (without buying them, or participating in a Twitter pyramid scheme)?

By using Buffer, the company says you’ll see all this and more.
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How To Answer The Question “How Often Should I Tweet?”

I hear it all the time, from people new to Twitter and those who have been tweeting for months: “How often should I tweet?”

It’s not an easy question to answer, and I wish there was a one-size-fits-all solution I could hand out to everyone. However, there are some techniques you can use to find out the tweet frequency that’s right for you.
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