9. Want retweets? Schedule tweets for late at night
The best time of day to tweet for a retweet is between 10 pm - 11 pm
While there is no "one size fits all" approach when it comes to determining the right timing for your posts, experimenting with different schedules will help you to determine the best fit for your business.
If you do find that your late night tweets are receiving a lot of action, consider increasing the frequency of your posts during those hours to take advantage of the heightened engagement.
10. Be responsive -- your customers expect it
53% of users who tweet at a brand expect a response within the hour.
The tool makes it easy to set up a custom stream that sends out a notification to a designated group of recipients every time a qualified lead from your database mentions you on Twitter, or tweets a link from your website.
This allows for a more timely, relevant follow up.
11. Tweet statistics to expand reach, but not to get more clicks
Tweets that include stats received 5.4% more retweets than average.
Tweets that include stats received 32.7% fewer clicks per tweet than the average.
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