In fact, it works it’s way into many social media marketing strategies — for good reason!
Sure, you may have an account, but it’s not really monitored or used.
Why not and what’s this have to do with first tweet ideas?
After this post, you’ll have even less of an excuse not to use your account.
But coming up with your first Tweets can be nerve-wracking. You’re thinking that it has to be profound, or deep, etc.. But it really doesn’t.
Researching this post, I was curious about my own first tweet…I found it.
I think this internet thing is catching on.
— Josh Slone (@Josh_Slone) December 20, 2011
Not the worst, I guess. Others are better and others…are hilarious like this one.
(Source) A first Tweet from Football pro Demaryius Thomas.
If you’re a startup at any stage or a business (or anyone else on Twitter), we’re here to give you ideas. Even if you already have a handful of tweets and don’t know where to go from there.
There are first tweet ideas here for you.
31 First Tweet Ideas
These folks are 2nd (team) to none. Love our hard working #SVU stand in squad. Couldn’t do it without you guys 👍💯🎬 pic.twitter.com/oGivjsLMvj
— SVU Writers Room (@SVUWritersRoom) April 30, 2019
(Something like this.)
Don’t tweet out a landing page trying to sell something.
But do tweet things that make you and your company seem personable.
Use Creative Day + Hashtag Formulas.
We’ll give you a few of our favorites in the next ideas we list, but here’s a post with 79 different options for every day of the week!
don’t be so NEIGHgative 🤪🤣 im just HORSIN around 😛🤪🤪 ok if you haven’t unfollowed me yet pls comment a horse pun and/or how disappointed you are in me ⤵️
— sonja @ Borderlands 3 (@OMGitsfirefoxx) May 3, 2019
Don’t just do retweets.
Those aren’t nearly as effective anymore. But you can send out so much content that you didn’t have to come up with.
— Twitter (@Twitter) April 3, 2019
There you have it — all of the first tweet ideas I could think of, at the moment.
In the end, you should just start tweeting.
Pay attention to what you’re saying, but don’t be afraid of it. Happy Tweeting.