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How to Create a Twitter Content Calendar

. 3 min read

Do you find it hard to tweet on a regular basis? Most of the days seem to pass with the thoughts of tweeting but not sending out a single tweet? Creating a Twitter content calendar on a weekly or monthly basis is the best way to post your content on Twitter.

There are several benefits of scheduling your content in advance. Some of them are:

  • You can create a calendar with an evenly distributed number of tweets each day. You won’t make the mistake of sending out too many tweets on some days and no tweets at all on the others.
  • Make sure that your tweets are going out when your followers are online. Scheduling Twitter content would mean sending out content at best times.
  • When you schedule your highly-converting content, you can make sure that you’re posting all kinds of content. A mix of text, videos, images, gifs, and articles will make your Twitter profile interesting.

As it’s clear on how fruitful creating a Twitter content calendar can be for you, let’s go ahead and learn how to do it.

Steps to Create a Twitter Content Calendar:

Step 1: Log in to Circleboom:

Circleboom is a Twitter management tool that can help you in scheduling your Twitter content painlessly. To log in to the Circleboom dashboard, go to Circleboom, and authenticate with your Twitter account to log in.

Once logged in, you can go to the “Publish” section on the menu to plan your content.

Step 2: Edit your Queue Settings:

With Circleboom, you can create your queue to send the post at automated times as per the schedule. To edit your queue settings, go to Publish -> Settings -> Queue Settings to change your queue details. While setting the queue, you can:

  • Set the post-interval:

With a gap of 10 minutes to 12 hours, you can select the right post-interval for your posts to go out. For example, if you set the post-interval to 3 hours, then your scheduled posts will be published on Twitter every 3 hours.

  • Set the “start-time” and “end-time:”

Based on your best times to tweet, you can set your start-time and end-time. This will make sure that your tweets are only being posted in between the times selected by you.

Step 3: Schedule a Tweet:

Once your queue is set, the next step would be to schedule your tweet. Go to Publish -> Schedule. Here, you can type your tweet, add photo/video, gif, and emoticons to your tweet.

Once you have created your tweet, you can either add it to the queue or schedule it at a particular time or publish it now.

Step 4: Share Curated Articles:

If you don’t want to create new tweets, you can share existing popular articles from the Publish -> Articles. Once you select your interests from the settings, Circleboom will curate articles from the selected interests for you.

You can pick the articles that you want to publish on your Twitter by adding them to the queue or scheduling them. This is the fastest way to publish smart content on your Twitter account. Circleboom will present some of the best articles on your selected niches, and once you share them, you improve the content quality of your Twitter account.

Final Thoughts:

If you follow the above steps to create your Twitter content calendar, you will be able to post amazing content to your Twitter in no time.

Harshita Agrawal
Harshita Agrawal

Social media and influencer marketing specialist who spends most of her time behind the screen. She's also an avid reader and a travel enthusiast.

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