1- Tweet Without Links
Research shows that tweets without links get more engagement.
Remember that not everything you tweet has to have a link. If you limit the number of links you share on Twitter, you’ll add value to the ones you do.
2- Use the Right Hashtags
If you want to get noticed, add hashtags that give your tweets context. It’s important not to overdo it with hashtags, however.
Handy tools like Hashtagify and RiteTag can help you find the right hashtags to use.
3- Add Images for Shared Links
It’s no surprise that tweets with images stand out and get more engagement than tweets without images. Fortunately, there are a variety of tools you can use to find the right images to use in your tweets.
4-Tweet With the Proper Format
To compose a tweet in the proper format, you need to have all of the individual elements in the correct order.
5- Provide Value With Quote Tweets
The new Quote Tweet function allows you to add 116 characters when you retweet. (The original tweet takes up the space of a link in a tweet.)
However, don’t just reiterate the title when you retweet someone else’s content. Give context by adding your own opinion or enthusiasm for the information.
6- Tweet at Optimal Times
It’s important to know where your audience is in the world, and then identify the best times to tweet to them.
To find out where the largest percentage of your Twitter audience resides, go to your Twitter Analytics. Click the Audiences tab at the top of the page and then scroll down to Country.
7- Reverse-Engineer Popular Tweets
Twitter Analytics allows you to see which of your tweets got the best engagement. After you identify your top tweets, try to determine which individual elements you included in them. This is one of the most effective ways to step up your Twitter marketing.
8- Use Lists to Curate Content to Retweet
To find material to retweet from people you trust, create Twitter lists for different niches.