With 83.4 million active Twitter users only in the United States, Twitter is undoubtedly a social platform you can’t afford to miss having your brand there.
As a creator or a marketer, you can use Twitter for much more than simply tweeting your thoughts or promoting your services. One of the recent features by Twitter, called “Twitter threads,” is taking Twitter users by storm, as we are seeing a ton of new features being launched by some amazing Twitter tools.
One such feature is called “Twitter auto-plug,” and in this tutorial, you will learn:
- What is Twitter auto-plug
- Some examples of Twitter auto-plug (templates)
- Best apps to set Twitter auto-plug feature
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What is auto-plug in the context of Twitter marketing?
Plug in the context of marketing means: advertising a product, service, or event by praising it on marketing channels.
Auto-plug in the context of Twitter marketing meant automating the promotion of a product. This could be used for:
- Gaining more Twitter followers
- Promoting your service
- Selling your eBooks
- Capturing leads via email-marketing
And no prize for guessing, Auto in (Auto-plug) stands for automation.
There are a few automation tools for Twitter that would let you add an auto-plug message to your tweets that are going viral. This way, your advertisement is only seen when your Tweets have reached a substantial audience.
At the time of writing this guide, there are only a handful of automation tools that support the auto-plug features.
Example of Twitter auto-plug that generates leads & sales
If you have been active on Twitter, you might have seen a tweet like the one below after a popular Twitter thread 🧵.
Here are a few examples of Twitter
This article was written by Harsh Agrawal and originally published on ShoutMeLoud.