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Daniel Knowlton
Daniel Knowlton 4 December 2015

How To Find, Upload And Recycle Your Greatest Ever Tweets In 2 Minutes

Did you know you can find, upload and recycle 150 of your greatest Tweets in 5 minutes or less?

Did you know you can find, upload and recycle 150 of your greatest Tweets in 5 minutes or less?


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When I first read that, I was a bit amazed – and quite curious. Yet, sure enough, it’s entirely doable and quickly. This blog and accompanying video tutorial will show you exactly how to do it.
 

What you will learn

This tutorial will teach you 3 valuable things; 

1. How to find your top performing Tweets.
2. How to export your top performing Tweets

3. How to upload and schedule your top performing Tweets.

 

How it works

The way this strategy works is simple. It involves the following 3 simple steps;

 

Step 1 Export your Tweets

Within Twitter’s in built analytics (https://analytics.twitter.com) you can export up to 3 months’ worth of Tweets which you have previously posted.
 

This is done by clicking on ‘Tweets’ within Twitter Analytics, then choosing a relevant date range, then clicking ‘export data’.
 

Click here to watch the full step by step video tutorial

 

Step 2 Find your top performing Tweets

When the data is exported to excel/google docs you will see a column with the Tweet content and then lots of other performance related columns. These include impressions, engagements, retweets, link clicks video views etc. From here you can order the Tweets for the various performance related columns. This will result in the top performing Tweets coming to the top of the page.
 

Once you are happy with the Tweets you can copy them into a new excel file and save it.
 

TOP TIP: Remember to only save the Tweet’s content which is under the ‘Tweet text’ column.
 

Click here to watch the full step by step video tutorial


 

Step 3 Upload your top performing Tweets in Bulk

There is an awesome free tool which works in conjunction with Buffer (a free Social Media scheduling tool) called Bulk Buffer.
 

If you have not used Buffer before then it is very simple, watch this tutorial I recently made to quickly sign up and get to grips with the free online tool: Social Media Automation: A quick start guide for beginners
 

Once you have an account, you can go to Bulk Buffer, sign in with your Buffer account, and upload the list of Tweets you saved before in excel/Google Docs.
 

TIP: Remember to vary the text used in each Tweet slightly to mix things up a bit! The text can easily be edited in buffer.
 

Click here to watch the full step by step video tutorial


 

Wrapping it up

Recycling old Tweets that have proven to be a success is a great way of ensuring your Tweets are a success.
 

In addition, using a great free tool like Buffer and Bulk Buffer will save you a shed load of time and effort and still produce awesome results.
 

What is your experience with using this strategy? Do you have any comments you’d like to share? Please do comment below!

Read the Original Article and watch the full video tutorial here

 

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