time your tweets for maximum exposure

How to Perfectly Time Your Tweets To Maximize Clicks and Retweets

Peter Guirguis Twitter 4 Comments

Note: There’s a helpful 3 minute video at the end of this short blog post.

I first joined Twitter on October 27th, 2010.  After just one day, I had 5 followers.

So I said to myself, “If I get 5 followers a day, then in a few months, I’m going to have thousands of followers and then lots of people are going to click on the links in my tweets and I’m going to get retweeted like crazy!”

Boy was I naive!

So when I didn’t become as popular as Justin Bieber after two months, I decided to take matters into my own hands and do some research on how ordinary people like you and I can get more followers.

The Internet was filled with lots of bad information but by the grace of God, I was able to put pieces together and I began to experiment.

The result was the free guide to getting thousands of Twitter followers.

So after I added 2000 followers on Twitter, I said to myself, “Ok now I should be getting a lot more people clicking on my links and retweeting me.”

But it just wasn’t happening.

And you might be experiencing the same frustration even if you have a few hundred or even a few thousand Twitter followers.

So what’s the problem and is there a solution?

You need to time your tweets

It turns out that you need to schedule your tweets in advanced to go out at the same time when a majority of your followers are going to be on Twitter.

What’s the point of scheduling a tweet to go out at 7 am when very few of your followers are on Twitter at that time?

By the way, if you need to find out how you can schedule your tweets in advance, I highly recommend HootSuite or Buffer.

How to find out when your followers are on Twitter

The easy solution to this problem is to use an app to find out when is the best time for you to tweet.

Tweriod will analyze your Twitter following and show you a chart of when most of your followers are online.

It’ll also go one step further and give you a 1 or 2 sentence recommendation of when you should schedule your tweets everyday so that you can get the most exposure.

You should use these valuable time slots for your best tweets that are going to have high appeal to your followers.

Here’s a 3 minute video that shows you how to use Tweriod.

Ok, are you excited?

I was when I first learned about Tweriod.

Here’s the link to Tweriod.com but before you head on over there, can you do me a favor?

Share this blog post on Twitter and Facebook so that your friends and followers can know about Tweriod too.

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Comments 4

  1. Tweriod is good stuff, and the paid version is even better giving one more info and a monthly report…and no I am not affiliated with them! I just happen to think they have a great service!
    Good article Peter, looking forward to more!

    Blessings to you this new year my friend.

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