Feature Friday: How to Order Tweets | Part 1 of 2

Tweets are a great way to get exposure for your brand. You have the abilitiy to efficiently and effectively reach a large audience.

This week on Feature Friday, I demonstrate how easy it is to order a batch of tweets in your Crowd Content account.

To start, simply enter the hashtags you would like your writer to use, an example handle where your writer can visit for reference, and you’re on your way!

You’re busy running your business, so why not let our talented pool of writers craft some creative and share-worthy tweets for your twitter profile?

Next week on Feature Friday, we will show you how easy it is to load these tweets into your Hootsuite account using our Hootsuite integration. Stay tuned!

Feature Friday: How to Order Tweets | Part 1 of 2

Laura Dohan

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Laura is the Marketing and Community Manager at Crowd Content. She manages over 2000 content writers, content marketing, advertising, and community at Crowd Content. You'll see her popping in on the Crowd Content blog and on twitter, @laurdoh.

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0 thoughts on “Feature Friday: How to Order Tweets | Part 1 of 2”

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      Georgia Potts says:

      There is, and I love writing other people’s tweets. It’s such a challenge to get the character count right and to get all of the info you need into such a small space. I always love a challenge!

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    I hadn’t thought of tweets being ordered content but I don’t have a lot of experience with Twitter which would explain why…

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    auntieemily says:

    I like how you make it so simple for clients to order specific types of content. The easier it is for them, the better it is for us writers.

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