Twitter consistency is key to success in marketing. It’s a consistency that doesn’t lack quality.
It can sometimes be difficult to keep tweet quality and consistency.
You, as social media marketer must also face the same problem.
You can experience a decrease in performance when you move from managing one account to managing multiple social networks.
What can you do to keep your Twitter account active and qualified while still completing other tasks in your day?
Learn how to schedule tweets.
You can schedule Twitter posts ahead of time to ensure your feeds are always full of quality content. There are two methods to accomplish this.
- SocialPilot allows third-party scheduling of Twitter
- Twitter natively allows you to schedule tweets
This blog will show you how to schedule a tweet using these tools as a pro marketer.
Let’s get started.
How do I schedule tweets with SocialPilot
You must sign up for the free 14-day trial of SocialPilot before we can continue. It takes just seconds and doesn’t require credit card information. This will allow you to understand how to schedule Twitter tweets.
Scheduler: SocialPilot allows you to schedule, draft, review and manage multiple tweets across different Twitter accounts using a single dashboard.
It also allows you to bulk-schedule up to 500 tweets simultaneously, which we will briefly discuss later in this article.
Let’s look at the 3 steps to schedule a Tweet after linking your SocialPilot profile.
Step 1 – Create Your Tweet
Click on “Create Post” from the SocialPilot dashboard to compose your tweet.
You can use this site to create your tweets just like you do on Twitter. You can customize your tweet to make it more interesting by using different multimedia options, including videos, single and multiple images, GIFs, and Emojis.
You can also give your tweet more context by including a location in order to reach a new audience, or to participate in the local conversation to improve targeting.
To reach other accounts, you can add “@” to your tweet and include their profile name. This will increase reach and engagement.
You can also create and modify UTM parameters, and add them to Twitter links.
Step 2 – Select Your Twitter Accounts
After you have finished writing your tweet, you can choose the Twitter account you wish to publish it.
To select the destination Twitter account for the post, navigate to the right. You can also schedule the tweet for another social media platform by clicking the box next to their name.
This is how you can create content for multiple social media platforms, and then share it all at once.
Only one account can be scheduled at a time. Twitter’s APIs regard multiple accounts using the same tweet as spamming. You can still recreate the tweet and share it with other Twitter accounts.
Step 3 – Schedule Your Tweet
Scheduling your tweet is easy. But let’s walk you through the various options for publishing your post.
Add your tweet to the queue: This option allows you to set a schedule for your next tweet according to your schedule.
Share Now: Instant Sharing, No waiting.
Share Next This option will place your tweet at the top of the list for the next message.
Repeat post: To schedule the exact same tweet multiple times in multiple days.
Voila! You now know how to plan a tweet in advance so that it is published on time.
Imagine the things that you will be able to focus on when you have pre-scheduled your tweet. Pre-scheduling ensures consistency in your tweets and eliminates the need to post manually.
Scheduling multiple accounts on different platforms regularly can be difficult.
We have the solution!
How do I schedule multiple tweets in bulk?
Social media marketers have a responsibility to clients to promote and manage upcoming events. You must also ensure that you are posting multiple tweets per month for different clients to keep your followers informed.
It is obvious that
The entire month’s tweets will be pre-planned in a spreadsheet that can be published.
It would be difficult to schedule each post separately in this case.
We have the solution: The bulk schedule feature
SocialPilot’s bulk scheduling feature allows you to schedule up 500 images, text, or article link tweets all at once via a CSV file. This saves you a lot of time and effort.
Isn’t it amazing?
You also get bulk scheduling for Twitter and other social media platforms like Facebook, LinkedIn Instagram, Pinterest, Google Business Profile, YouTube, Pinterest, and YouTube.
Let’s take a look at how to schedule multiple tweets simultaneously using bulk scheduling with SocialPilot.
Step 1 – Upload your CSV File
It is easy to schedule these many tweets. Drag and drop the CSV file or click in the box with the dotted square to upload it.
Step 2 – Review the Posts
It is better to do a last-minute review before scheduling tweets.
Once your CSV file has been uploaded, you’ll be directed to the preview window.
Here you can view all posts and their images, as well as make any edits.
You can also see all posts that have been assigned to an account in the CSV file, as well as tweets that aren’t yet assigned an account.
You can also select all accounts that are available for posts without an account.
Click on the “Select account” button.
Step 3 – Bulk Schedule Multiple Tweets with One Click
All is well. You are now all set.
All bulk posts have been scheduled and are ready for publication when the time is right.
How do you schedule tweets on mobile?
You will need to be on the move for some days. Twitter does not allow you to schedule tweets through its mobile app.
A Twitter scheduling tool such as SocialPilot is invaluable in this situation. It allows you to schedule tweets from mobile via application.
Let’s look at how to schedule tweets for mobile via SocialPilot.
Step 1 – Login to Create Your Tweet
The SocialPilot app can be downloaded from the Android Play Store or App Store.
Log in to SocialPilot using our mobile app and tap the “Create Post” button in the left-hand menu.
You will be able to create your tweet by opening the post composer.
To accompany your tweet, you can add an image, video or GIF.
Step 2 – Select the Account
After you’ve created your tweet, tap the “Select account” button to open the list social media accounts that SocialPilot has connected to.
Select the Twitter account from which you want the tweet to be published, then tap the “]” button.
Step 3 – Schedule the Twitter Post
All that’s left to do is schedule your tweet for the correct time and date. Just tap the Schedule post link at the bottom of the screen and choose the date and time.
Yay! You have now scheduled tweets on mobile.
Interesting read: 12 Amazing Twitter Tools to Enhance Your Twitter Marketing in 2023
How do I manage posts after scheduling?
After you have finished scheduling your tweets they are queued in a section called “Manage post”.
What can you do with this section?
This section will give you a complete overview of all scheduled and bulk-scheduled posts. You will have complete control of your posts, even after they are scheduled.
Let’s take a look at the “Manage Posts” section, and all its categories.
Queued posts: This gives you a listicle view showing all scheduled posts, their posting date, time and destination social media platform. You can edit, delete, duplicate or reschedule the content.
Unscheduled This tab will show you your posts if you have added a queue post without a time slot.
Delivered This tab contains all posts that have been published using SocialPilot.
Error All posts that were rejected by social media APIs will be listed under this tab. You can still modify or schedule them again.
Have I told you about SocialPilot’s team management feature,? You can check it out. This tab will show you all posts that have yet to be approved and approved by your account’s administrator.
How do you schedule tweets using the Twitter Scheduler
Twitter has its own scheduler that allows users to easily schedule and manage their tweets.
Let’s take a look at the steps involved in scheduling tweets with the Twitter scheduler.
Step 1 – To get started, navigate to your home screen by clicking on the big blue “Tweet” button at the menu’s bottom. To create your tweet, you can click on the tweet creator.
Step 2 – Now you can start to write your tweet in the post editor. You can also add media options to your tweets such as images or videos, tweet cards, polls, and Twitter cards.
Step 3 – Now schedule your tweet by using the calendar at bottom. It will ask you to select publishing time and date. You can choose a date up until a year in advance. Click on the “Schedule” button to confirm your information.
Conclusion – How to Schedule Twitters
A tool to schedule tweets in your marketing tool box is more important than an option in this competitive age of social media marketing.
A tweet scheduler can make your life easier, whether you’re a social media intern for a company or managing multiple accounts at your agency.
What are the benefits of scheduling tweets to your followers? – a lot.
Reaching your audience at the right moment is key to achieving more engagement and productivity.
You could ask for more?
SocialPilot is a great tool to help you manage all aspects of Twitter scheduling.
SocialPilot’s first article was How to Schedule Tweets Like a Pro in 2023
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