Twitter Marketing

October 16, 2018

Social Media Scheduling Tips To Make Your Life Easier and Your Content Better

If you have been around these parts long enough, you know that we love to talk all about social media scheduling. Edgar is a social media scheduling tool, after all. We love social media scheduling because it makes it much easier and less time consuming to manage your social media […]
July 19, 2018

Try This Formula for Writing Quick Variations on Your Social Media Updates

In case you missed it, Edgar has a new feature that makes it easier than ever to keep your social feeds looking fresh with the perfect spread of content! You can learn more about how it works here, but the short version is that every time you add a new […]
July 17, 2018

You Might Be Sitting on a Blogging Goldmine – Here’s How to Make Sure It Doesn’t Go to Waste

Imagine, for a minute, a world without reruns. No DVRs, no streaming, nothing – a TV show airs exactly once, and whether you missed it by an hour or by ten years, you’ll never get a chance to see it after that. (Have mercy! Spare us from this vision of […]
July 13, 2018

How to View (and Learn From) Other Brands’ Ads on Facebook and Twitter

Need a little inspiration for your Facebook ads? How about your promoted Tweets? If you’ve ever Googled something like “best Facebook ads,” then you’re going to want to know about this. In 2018, both Facebook and Twitter have taken steps to improve transparency on their networks – especially when it […]
June 19, 2018

How to Create Super Shareable Content Exclusively for Social Media

You probably already know about the importance of sharing links to your own content on social media. (That’s part of the whole point of social media marketing, you know?) But not all of the stuff you post on social necessarily has to be a traffic-driver – in fact, some of […]
May 29, 2018

How Categorizing Your Blog Posts (and more) Simplifies Your Social Media Scheduling

You know that feeling where you just had tacos for lunch, and then tacos for dinner, and then the next day someone suggests tacos for breakfast, and it’s like, “Gregory, please, this is way too many tacos in a row.” That’s how your social media followers feel when you don’t maintain […]
May 22, 2018

How to Properly Size Your Images for Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn

So – you want to make sure the images you share on social media are all the right sizes, so they don’t show up looking all wonky with busted cropping and whatnot. Who wouldn’t? The thing is, finding where different networks list their recommended image sizes is super annoying. That’s […]
May 1, 2018

5 Easy Ways to Whip Up Quick Variations On Your Tweets

Twitter caused a real stir when they announced that as of late March 2018, it would be very against the rules to recycle your Tweets and use the same exact updates more than once. In the past, this sort of thing was generally only problematic in clear cases of spamming, but […]
April 3, 2018

29 Online Business Tools Perfect for Beginners, Experts, and Everyone In-between

No matter the size of your business, you need a reliable arsenal of tools that’ll help you keep it running. (We’re pretty sure we heard the eight-year-olds who run the neighborhood lemonade stand debating the best way to organize their QuickBooks.) Everyone on Team Edgar, from development to writing to […]
March 27, 2018

7 of the Best E-commerce Social Media Campaigns We’ve Ever Seen (and What You Can Learn from Them)

Let’s face it: Social media is a noisy marketplace. With millions of images, articles, and videos published every day, it’s challenging for new businesses to get noticed. And it’s only getting harder. Today, there are currently 2.62 billion social media users around the globe. That means there’s a lot of […]
March 13, 2018

What Twitter’s New Rules Mean for Social Media Scheduling

If you’ve been paying attention, you might have noticed that sometimes, people use Twitter for not-so-nice reasons. Reasons like spamming hashtags, creating fake profiles, or, you know, trying to destabilize the democratic process in other countries. (Little stuff like that.) Twitter has noticed, too, which is why in February 2018, […]
December 5, 2017

Should You Actually Tweet 280 Characters at a Time?

Twitter took millions of users by surprise when it announced in late 2017 that it was expanding its character-per-Tweet limit from 140 to 280. (Reactions to the change were…well, mixed.) 280 tweets look like serial killer manifestos — Scott Aukerman (@ScottAukerman) October 8, 2017 Now that the shock of Tweets doubling […]
October 30, 2017

How Often You (Yes, YOU) Should Actually Post On Social Media

Everybody wants to know how often they should post on social media. (We bet you’ve wondered once or twice.) And why wouldn’t you? Of course everyone wants to know exactly how many times per day they’re supposed to post – the objective, universal solution to getting the absolute best results. It would […]
August 17, 2017

Inside Museum Hack’s Time-Saving Strategy for Scoring Big on Social Media

When it comes to content marketing, how you share on social media can be every bit as important as what you share. Just ask the team at Museum Hack! They’ve revolutionized the way we think about going to the museum, providing audience development and team workshops, consulting, and even their own group […]
August 9, 2017

Three Simple Twitter Tips for the Modern Introvert

Social media can be the source of a real love/hate relationship for introverts. On the one hand, you can reach a whole lot of people from the relative safety of your keyboard. You can take time crafting and perfecting a message. Awkward silences are significantly less painful. On the other […]
June 13, 2017

Beyond Status Updates: A Week’s Worth of Ways to Market Yourself on Social Media

A quick Google search for “how to succeed at business” will give you thousands of results. (Well, more like 14,400,000, but who’s counting.) Skimming through most of the top results will leave you with a few lasting impressions at what you need to succeed: a clear position on your product or […]
June 5, 2017

What Should You Do at the End of a Twitter Chat?

So, you just wrapped up hosting a Twitter chat. Time to kick back, pour a celebratory beverage, and take it easy. Actually, not so fast. Because even though you nailed it, you’re only halfway done. To get the most out of your Twitter chat, you also have a little legwork to […]
May 30, 2017

Growing Your Audience By Finding, Joining, and Hosting Twitter Chats

You know those get-togethers where you’re all crammed into a tiny room, and everyone is yelling over each other? Well, sometimes Twitter can feel like that. It is loud. It is crowded. It is unfocused. (Basically, it’s a lot.) But Twitter chats allow you to carve out your own corner […]
May 26, 2017

How to Actually Find Real, Live Followers for a New (or New-ish) Twitter Profile

Gone are the days when Grandma would plop you on her knee and whisper wise old sayings in your ear. “Quality over quantity,” she’d hum as you annihilated a fresh batch of her famous cookies. “Quality goes for Twitter followers too,” she’d add knowingly. Okay, fine, she didn’t say the […]
May 18, 2017

Link Trust Is More Important Than Ever – Here’s How to Build Yours

Creating the best marketing content in the world won’t help your business if you can’t get anyone to read it. Problem is, to get people to read it, you need them to trust you. And let’s face it – there’s a lot of pretty bad content out there! (Raise your […]