For a social network like Twitter, a bucket-full of content ideas is not enough to engage your followers. Unlike other social channels, Twitter demands you to take a more consistent approach and tweet several times a day (depending on your goals, anywhere between 1-5).
Scheduling your tweets means you not only save time on a hectic day but also avoid bloopers stemming due to creating content in a rush.
Take an organized approach to manage your tweets.
Step 1: Sign in to your Hopeful account and click 'Publish' on the main menu.
Step 2: On the right-hand corner, click on 'Create new post' to add new tweets to your collection.
Step 3: Select a social network to get started.
Step 4: Select your story for which this tweet needs to be released, and choose your suitable date and time. In the blank space, either type your caption or copy and paste it from your existing files on the computer. We recommend using suitable hashtags to reach a pool of potential donors. Next, upload the image or video to enhance your content and get more eyeballs. Leverage emojis to get creative and express more if you hit the Twitter character limit.
Step 5: Depending upon when you want to roll out your post, select either schedule or publish. If not, you may save it as drafts and come back to it at a later time.
To publish multiple tweets, click on 'Add another post to' and select your account.
Learn more about creating and scheduling posts with this video.