Do You Know The Do’s And Don’ts Of Tweeting For The #NETFLIXforBandT Twitter Campaigns?

By • Aug 18th, 2016 • Category: Baron And Toluca

Well, it’s time for another Baron and Toluca Saturday Campaign folks! Join us as we tear up Twitter on August 20 at 6 PM EST!

Don’t know when to tweet according to your location? Click here!

Won’t be able to make it? Set your tweets in advance by using TweetDeck and your retweets in advanced through Buffer. The tutorials can be found in the links below.

Scheduling Tweets with TweetDeck: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=km7oLR2UzoU
Scheduling Retweets with Buffer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CfyafRsOF2g

Some Tips:

Last week we got some messages from fans indicating they couldn’t make it to Twitter live to campaign and that something came up. To avoid this, we suggest that you set your B+T tweets in advance by utilizing TweetDeck and kindly schedule your tweets every Saturday at 6PM EST in the event something last minute comes up. Life happens, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t a solution to make you feel a part of a campaign.

Even by scheduling ONE tweet every Saturday at 6 PM EST for B+T is enough! Every tweet counts!

We’ve heard from many fans that they have already set up the next 4 Saturday’s to go off @ 6 PM EST with this message from the B+T website at www.baronandtoluca.com. Please feel free to do the same and copy and paste this into your scheduled tweets:

.@netflix – the people have spoken! Give us the show B+T!!!! @baronandtoluca www.baronandtoluca.com #NETFLIXforBandT

And Don’t forget the “dot” in front of “@netflix”!

Now for some concerns:
Have you guys been watching the videos and following the tips it tells? If you have then you know that tweeting the same message over and over doesn’t help the algorithms at twitter register your tweets to elicit trending.

dontspamHere are some DON’T’s

DON’T’s:

    • Don’t tweet the same phrase over and over in separate tweets and just change the picture- that DOESN’T HELP #NETFLIXforBandT to trend.
    • Don’t write a tweet with the hashtag going over and over a long with “.@netflix’ going on over and over in the same message. It’s not only inauthentic but also unproductive to help with trending.
    • Don’t tweet the same phrase over and over picture or no picture.

To see some DO’s pay attention to the video below, especially Debby’s banner towards the end fo the video and look at the live tweeting towards the end to see some great #NETFLIXforBandT Twitter Conversations that Lena recorded for your convenience.

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