When’s the best time to Tweet?
You’re actively tweeting, but is anyone listening? Sometimes the timing of your tweets is more important than your content. Here are a few tips to consider to ensure your tweets are getting the most bang for their buck!
What time of day?
According to recent data compiled by Lemon.ly, the most traffic on Twitter occurs from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. ET and 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. ET. In addition, according to recent research conducted by Hubspot, the best time to tweet is 5 p.m. ET. So make sure you use this knowledge to your advantage and tweet often during these times.
What time zone?
According to data compiled by Zarrella the breakdown of tweets in the United States is:
• 48 percent of tweets are from the East Coast;
• 33 percent of tweets are from the Central time zone;
• 14 percent are from the West Coast.
• Nearly 80 percent of the U.S. population is located in the Central and Eastern Time zones.
Your best bet? Follow Eastern and Central Time zones in order to maximize your Twitter reach and influence.
What day of the week?
According to a recent Zarrella report, your Twitter links will get the most attention from your followers toward the end of the week and on weekends. So be sure not to forget to tweet over the weekend. Don’t let your Twitter feed go silent.
And, how often?
Don’t send out your tweets all at once and then be stagnant the rest of the day. It’s important in order to reach all of your followers that you tweet at least five times a day and spaced throughout the day.
Keep in mind the above tips and you’ll be sure to maximize the visibility of your tweets!
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