Tweet. Tweet. Tweet.
That’s right, start tweeting. You do not need to worry about bombarding your followers; SocialFlow does the scheduling for you. Compose your tweets using the resonance meter, which measures the effectiveness of your tweet depending on the keywords that are used. If your meter is in the red try putting more explanation and details in your tweet, as well as leaving at least 10 characters for someone to ReTweet your message. The meter should start to move towards the green, remember green means go!
Our clients who have used SocialFlow have seen great results. Our client’s followers have increased by 5.9% incrementally, (MOM). SocialFlow factors in when your audience is the most engaged and most active to determine the best time to send your tweet to help gain you more engagement with your followers. SocialFlow’s algorithm factors in many things, such as trending topics, audience, followers, historical data, and trends.
I have been using SocialFlow for the @engage121 twitter handle since April 4th, my ReTweets in 30 days increased by 8%. My new followers are more focused around the audience I am targeting: Tech, CMOs, and Social Media Professionals. Before SocialFlow my new followers ran the gamut for the industries they were associated with, now I am seeing the conversations I was looking for.
The true value points in using SocialFlow to me is; 1. Not having to track when my audience is the most responsive, 2. Knowing what time of the week or day 3. And what content is relevant to them at that time. Then documenting those results in an Excel doc and trying to think about that, quickly, before scheduling each tweet. I put tweets in my SocialFlow queue and select a mandatory release time by the end of the hour, day, week, or by a set time. When I come into work the next day I will notice that my tweets were sent at 12:30am, 4:00am and other times that I would not have thought of. We do have many clients in the United Kingdom and other time zones. SocialFlow helps me keep ALL of my followers engaged.
How do you determine the best time to Tweet?