Join Bobby Owsinski for an in-depth discussion in this video The best time to tweet, part of Twitter for Musicians and Bands.
Tweets don't live very long.…Although the lifetime of a tweet is two hours at most, 92%…of all retweets, 97% of all replies happen within that critical first hour.…After that, they're as good as gone.…That's why you may want to repost a tweet…a second time, if it's an important announcement.…You probably have a completely different audience…in the morning than later in the day.…So this is a strategy that can work without disturbing your followers…too much.…What I usually do is post a tweet in the morning, and repeat…it later in the day, only with a different set of hash tags.…
That way, a tweet can have twice the potential reach to new followers.…I also make sure that there's at least four hours between repeated tweets.…That said, the timing of when you tweet is critical to your success.…If you do it when most people are busy and…not paying attention, you'll never get your message in front…of them.…Doing it at the right time will not…only increase your engagement, but your followers as well.…Studies have shown that the later in the day you tweet, the better.…
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