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Tips on How to Use Twitter to Make Your Tweets Go Viral

by Team Tenangles

Twitter is like one big worldwide chat room where everyone can share their views. If you have a Twitter account, you can connect or have a conversation with almost anyone from anywhere in the world having a Twitter account. Sometimes when any post goes viral, it gets help from Twitter. Sometimes it even gets started on Twitter, then explodes from there and becomes viral. Newsworthy content immediately becomes viral on Twitter, a highly recommended tool for viral campaigns.

You don’t always need millions of followers for the viral post; all you need is the correct type of content and initial push from those first few retweets and favorites to get your post viral momentum going on.

Here are some valuable tips that you might find helpful to get more exposure from Twitter.

Tweet About Newsworthy Topics

People always love to favorite and retweet those tweets which are newsworthy. Topics like politics, weather, current holidays, or scientific studies always get attention from most people. Creating content that can attract more attention from Twitter can do wonders for your post and business. But keep in mind that creating content related to news for your gain can look greedy, out of bad taste, and sometimes backfires.

Build an Authentic Following

It would be best to focus your time and energy on attracting followers who are genuinely interested in your tweets. This means your focus should be on the quality rather than the number of your followers. By having genuine followers, you have a better chance of getting a tweet to go viral if you have accurate, faithful followers of real people instead of 1000 unengaged followers with automated accounts.

Remember that your tweets and your overall presence on Twitter should be exciting and exciting to attract genuine followers. So consider strategies other than just following everyone who follows your approach.

Tweet About Trending Topics

Tweet about trending topics is just like tweeting about the news. Most of the time, the information is integrated with the trending issues displayed on the sidebar on Twitter. Adding popular hashtags and trending phrases to your tweets can get more exposure. Although this doesn’t guarantee that your stuff will get shared and become viral, it is still an excellent way to start.

Pay Attention to Timing of Tweet

If you tweet at two am2 is in the morning, there are more chances that your tweet will not get much interaction, although it’s a newsworthy and significant tweet. So try to tweet during peak hours of the day. Typically peak Twitter traffic hours start at about nine am9 am 12 to 1 pm1 pm, or around 4 to 5 pm5 pm every day.

Suppose you are busy during those specific timeslots. In that case, you can use a social media application tool to schedule your tweets at a particular time and have them sent out for you during those timeslots automatically.

Try to be Different

There are a lot of copycats on Twitter who use the same strategy to grow followers. They ask followers to retweets and follow everyone back who follows them. In reality, sometimes being different is the best strategy that no one or very few people are using. Check out some of the outstanding Twitter parody accounts. Most of these accounts have gone viral by integrating some witty humor into their tweets. Humour and entertainment are a big hit on Twitter, so if you manage that to your advantage, you can be able to attract lots of interaction and followers without doing too much work on your end.

Always Strive to Add Value

Your tweets need to be informative, helpful and generally add value to your followers. If you spam them with the same boring content, you won’t get any retweets and can hardly attract followers. Moreover, someone will report your account, which can be suspended. So try to tweet stuff that people find helpful, and it should be relevant to them.

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