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Time-Saving Formulas for Promoting Content on Twitter

Add an image. Use emojis. Mention an influencer in your post.

You’ve probably heard this advice over and over again. Don’t get me wrong, you should take best practices such as those into account when creating twitter messages.

But here’s the problem:

Those best practices don’t help with what’s typically one of the biggest problems with promoting content on Twitter in the first place.

And that is:

WHAT to write in your twitter messages and HOW to phrase everything in such a way that will make people want to click.

Well, that’s what this part of the course is going to help you with.

Use these formulas to create Twitter messages like a magician.

  • Present the topic of your article in a straightforward way.

With this one, you’re staying away from any whistles and simply showing your audience exactly what they are going to get out of your content.

Formula: [Number]  + adjective  + steps/ways  to [achieve desired outcome]: LINK

Example: 9 simple ways to keep visitors on your site for longer: URL

  • Showcase the problem that your article solves and then present the solution.

Formula: [Question about specific challenge/issue]? Check out these [number] ways to [achieve the desired result] here. LINK

Example: Struggling to keep visitors on your site for longer? Check out these simple ways to turn your mistakes around: URL

  • Show the Before and After.

Formula: [Statement about the problem] + [question that suggests there’s a simple solution to that problem] + [call-to-action]: LINK

Example: Getting visitors to stay on your site is challenging. But what if there were simple tactics you could use to make your content more interesting? Discover what they are in this article: URL

  • Give your opinion on the problem. 

Formula: [Expression of view/facts] + [statement pointing to your content]: LINK

Example: Posting only promotional tweets reduces your chances of building meaningful connections with your audience. Here’s why and what to do instead: URL

  • Start with a rhetorical question. 

Formula[Rhetorical question about the problem] + [call-to-action pointing to your content]: LINK

Example: Are you struggling to keep visitors on your site for longer? Read this article to discover 9 simple ways to fix this problem: URL

  • Present a statistic or a relevant fact. 

Formula: [Relevant statistic or fact about the problem] + [Post title]: LINK

Example: Most users will decide whether to stick on your page or not within the first 15 seconds. Here are 5 effective ways to reduce bounce rate: URL

  • Call out your audience.

💡 This formula is all about referencing the audience for whom you’ve created the article in your tweet.

Formula: [Audience] + [Question that relates to the topic of your article]: LINK

Example: Small business owners, which one of these 4 best practices are you using to attract more visitors to your site? URL

  • Use adjectives that showcase urgency or create excitement. 

Example: There’s finally a way to put your social media marketing on autopilot. or Stop making this social media marketing mistake before it’s too late.

💡 Use these with caution, though. You don’t want to overdo it. Use them sporadically, as this will increase their impact and prevent your Twitter feed from looking like an ongoing telemarketing commercial.

  • Use a Quote from your article. 

💡 You can simply use a sentence from your article as a twitter message.

Formula: [Quote] + Learn more from this article: LINK. 

Example: Regardless of your business’s niche or industry, you can benefit from investing in a reliable rank tracking tool. Learn more from this article: URL

  • The title of your article in Question format.

Formula: [Article title in question format] + Then you should check out this article: LINK

Example: Want to hire the best comedians for your corporate event? Then check out this article: URL (in this example, the title of the article is: The Best Comedians for Your Corporate Event)


Save even more time when creating your social media posts by Automatically shortening your links and adding Hashtags and Emojis with a Single Click. 

You can use Squirrly Social for this; all you have to do is click a button.

To learn more about Squirrly Social, copy/paste the link below in a new Tab:

Your social media posts will look amazing – as if you’ve spent a lot of time carefully crafting every single post.

In reality, though, all of this just takes a few seconds.

You can also watch a video to see how easy it is to enhance your social media posts with hashtags and emojis using Squirrly Social.

All you have to do is Copy/Paste the link below in a new Tab to see it.