13 Tweet Ideas You Can Use on Twitter

13 Tweets You Can Use on Twitter

One thing that I love about Twitter is that the written word reigns supreme. On Twitter, the story is told through concise messaging. Though the tweet is occasionally sprinkled with images and GIFS, the words are primarily the vehicle of the tweet. Using the right words with a little extra is essential for getting good engagement and establishing a strong community.

But sometimes, it can be hard to think of things to write about. In this post, you can find 13 tweet ideas that you can use on Twitter. Of course, the ideas found in this post is not all-inclusive. Feel free to expand upon the idea and add a little bit of flair and a little of you into it. After all, the most successful social media campaigns are ones that are planned, engaged, and most importantly, authentic.

13 Tweet Ideas You Can Use On Twitter

1–Tell us what you are most passionate about.

2–Ask a ‘Would you rather….?’ question.

3–Tell us what you are eating for dinner.

4–Ask a ‘This or That?’ question.

5–Tell us what your hobby is.

6–Ask a ‘What are your plans?’ question.

7–Tell us what your biggest pet peeve is.

8–Ask a “Why?” question.

9–Tell us what your hopes and dreams are.

10–Ask a “Yes or No” question.

11–Tell us what you are working on.

12–Ask us a “What do you predict…?” question.

13–Tell us one random personal detail about you.

Similar to any two-way communication, using Twitter is a bit like give and take. You should give and receive information from the audience. They learn about you, and you learn about them. Craft tweet messages to help show the best possible, authentic version of your personal brand. Craft messages to show who or what your brand is. At the same time, always be willing to give the same courtesy back.

What would you add to this list?

4 thoughts on “13 Tweet Ideas You Can Use on Twitter

  1. Hi! New follower here. A fellow blogger friend recommended your blog, and it looks like I started following just in time. I never could get into Twitter. I only opened an account, because I felt obligated to. My sister strongly suggested it, because it’s One of the best social media outlets for an author to help build his or her author platform. I still didn’t want to get into it, because at the time, you were Limited to 144 characters per tweet. I’m terrible at working with anything that is too restrictive. So she did it for me, pretending to be me on Twitter, for the first five years. By the time I decided to pick up the slack, ugh, the fake me was so much better at it. For me, it’s very annoying. I have two use a screen reader on all of my devices, and tweet after tweet containing so many hashtags, symbols, and emoji’s makes for an irritating listening experience—But tough shit. I forgot to tell my sweet editor that I wanted to leave Twitter, and just stick with Facebook and WordPress. He included my Twitter address in my author bio, and my book has been released out into Amazon. Too late! Now I’m just going to have to suck it up, and learn to like Twitter. I believe your blog will be of good help. Thank you☺️

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    1. Thank you for sharing! I’m so glad that this will be helpful to you. I believe that Twitter can be overwhelming at first, but the important thing to remember is that it is a microblogging site. Use that to share snippets of your day or to ask questions. Post links, but at the same time don’t be too overwhelming. Use similar strategies that you may use with your blog. Good luck.

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      1. Thanks. Total strangers have liked or retweeted tweets that promote HECCTROSSIPY 1: The Legend of the Land. So it wouldn’t be cool to ditch Twitter now. I’ll get used to it. Loved your post about five things you should never do on Twitter!

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