Top 4 Ways to Time your Tweets

Tired of sending out blocks of tweets once or twice a day? Not getting the ROI on your time in the twitterverse? Check out these great tools to schedule your tweets and measure their impact:

1. Hootsuite

Handling your Facebook, LinkedIn and blog releases, as well as timing your tweets, Hootsuite remains a scheduling champ. Enter your tweets into Hootsuite and select the time and date you’d like them released. Get your social media marketing done early: take a few minutes in the morning and schedule your tweets to appear throughout the workday. Bonus: Hootsuite also allows you to manage and schedule tweets from multiple accounts.

2. Tweriod

The good folks at Tweriod want you to “tweet when others listen.” In other words, Tweriod will analyze the time stamps of your tweets and the tweets of your followers to calculate the best time for your tweets to go out. Should you tweet weekends or weekdays? Mornings, afternoons or evenings? Tweriod generates a report that tells all.

 3. Timely.Is

Timely.Is takes your most recent 199 tweets and – based on your audience’s habits and your tweeting stats – calculates which times and days will win your twittering efforts the most engagement. But that’s not all: Timely.Is will also take that report and auto-schedule your tweets to their optimal times of day, aiming to win you more followers, favourites and retweets.

4. CrowdBooster

User-friendly and colour-coded, CrowdBooster is all about analytics. In addition to providing detailed reports on your tweeting – from retweets to clicks to followers – the platform aggregates the performance of your past tweets to let you know when best to tweet. CrowdBooster measures when your followers are actually online (not just when their scheduled tweets go out), as well as the content most likely to get your audience interacting with you.

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