Using DrumUp For Twitter Content
The fact that, Twitter insists on your content being no longer than 140 characters can be a bane or a boon depending on what kind of content you’re trying to tweet. But it’s often a boon when you can just post really quick and short content sometimes – especially when other social media platforms often require a combo of hashtags, images, text, and even video content in order for the post to be optimized for social media searches.
However, as with anything, there is a flip side to this advantage. For, while 140 characters are all that’s needed for a single Twitter post, good tweeting practices require that you tweet at least once a day (though tweeting every fifteen minutes or less would be even better use of Twitter). And finding content to tweet regularly can be annoying and time-consuming, if not downright difficult.
Well, this is where DrumUp is a big help! The DrumUp tool can help you find relevant and fresh content to tweet about right on your DrumUp dashboard. All you need to do is click on the Settings tab on your DrumUp dashboard and then add the keywords you want to find content for. You can also specify how many posts you want per day as well as include any negative keywords in the settings (i.e., keywords you don’t want your content based on). The settings of your DrumUp tool also include sections where you’ll need to specify your country, time zone, and how often you want top stories delivered to your registered email ID.
Once you’ve established you’re settings, you’re all set: Now, under the “Content” tab on your dashboard, you’ll get recommended content (under the “Recommended” sub-tab) that you can schedule to tweet from your connected Twitter account. And voila, you’ll have steady, relevant content to tweet as regularly as you wish, with minimum search efforts on your part.
(Note: Always verify that the content is relevant to your preferences before you schedule the tweets. The keyword settings are not infallible.)