Here are the best articles (with data visualization) regarding how to plan your Twitter Domination. Rank them to let us know which ones were most helpful!
"The optimal times to tweet are 12–3 p.m., with a peak best time at 5 p.m. During the workweek is the best, though some niches might have more active audiences on the weekend.
Wednesday at noon and 5–6 p.m.
Monday–Friday at 12–3 p.m. and 5 p.m.
Experiment with 2–3 a.m., 6–7 a.m., and 9–10 p.m.
When to tweet in general to increase retweets and clickthroughs:
"With a big hand from our data team, we analyzed over 4.8 million tweets across 10,000 profiles, pulling the stats on how clicks and engagement and timing occur throughout the day and in different time zones. We’d love to share with you what we found!" - Buffer
"Despite Twitter’s move to a quasi-chronological timeline, the average half-life of a Tweet isn’t long. According to an analysis by Wiselytics, it’s only 24 minutes—nearly four times shorter than the 90-minute half-life of a Facebook post." - Hootsuite
"Like Facebook, people use Twitter on both mobile devices and desktop computers, both at work and at home. How it’s used also depends heavily on audience -- but people often treat it like an RSS feed, and something to read during down times like commutes, breaks, and so on.
The best times to post on Twitter are weekdays from 12:00–3:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. [Tweet this!]
For B2B organizations, the best days to post are Mondays through Fridays, and clickthrough rate is highest on Wednesdays. For B2C organizations, the best days to post are Wednesdays and the weekends, when clickthrough rate is highest. According to CoSchedule, B2B content performs 16% better during business hours, whereas B2C content performs 17% better on weekends." - Hubspot
"If you’re looking for engagement (Buffer defines engagement as clicks, retweets, favorites and replies), night owls win again. The highest amount of engagement per tweet occurs between 11 p.m. and 5 a.m., peaking between 2 a.m. and 3 a.m. Tweet when fewer people are tweeting to increase your chances of being noticed.
In many cases, 70 to 80 percent of total engagement comes from clicks, says Kevan Lee of Buffer." - Entrepreneur
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