How to Manage Twitter in 30 Minutes a Day
The Communicate Influence PodcastFebruary 04, 202100:23:1816.04 MB

How to Manage Twitter in 30 Minutes a Day

In this week's episode, we have an incredibly valuable conversation with Kim Scaravelli, about how to manage your Twitter account in just 30 minutes a day.

Kim, a communications pro and owner of trust communications in Halifax, Canada, is an expert when it comes to social media. She shares tremendous value in this episode. In fact, it's almost like a free Twitter management class!

If you're new to social media, or feeling overwhelmed, and spending too much time on Twitter, you'll definitely get a lot out of this episode.

Key points from Kim:

  • If your ideal audience isn't on Twitter, you don't need to be there
  • Twitter has a voracious appetite. So there's really no point in taking your brand onto Twitter, if you are going to tweet once or twice a week
  • Understand your brand voice before tweeting
  • Use a content calendar, such as Buffer
  • Tweet at least eight times a day
  • Offer your followers value, don't keep tweeting ads for your product or service
  • At least four times a day, retweet something by someone else, and don't just retweet, comment on it so your followers understand why your retweeting the content
  • Timeless tweets often give more value.

Kim also covers other points about doing impactful shoutouts, and be sure to interact with those who have interacted with you.

Says Kim: "At the end of the day, it's social media, it's not torture media. If this is the most stressful part of your day, you spend, you know, two hours a day doing social media and six hours a day complaining about it, stop!

"Once you actually get that hang of it, and you're actually talking to people, you're having conversations with people, then it's fun," she explains. "It's just like a coffee date. Or it's just like saying 'Hi' to somebody in the bank lineup. Relaxing is one of the keys to success on any kind of social media."

You can find Kim on Twitter at, and at Trust Communications.

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