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Slice & Start

Top 5 ways to come up with great Twitter thread ideas

 

1. Use your best tweets

Look at your Twitter analytics and sort tweets by impressions. Jot down your highest-engagement tweets
Use these tweet as your thread’s hook. Stretch the topic out with 5+ bullet points.

2. Answer big questions from Reddit

Search for your target keyword on Reddit. Ctrl + F and search for “?” (this brings up questions asked on the page)

Compile a list of relevant questions. Identify 5+ bullet points to answer each.

3. Conjugate other people’s content

First off, don’t steal. Pick a platform to sift thru (TW, LI, Insta, Slack, Discord, Forums.
Swipe interesting topics or formats. Tweak content for your specific audience. Give attribution where needed.

4. Dissect a podcast, Twitter space, or Clubhouse room
Pick 3-5 new skills you want to learn. Join relevant conversations & take notes. Share the actionable bullets from notes. Tag the speakers in your post.
Don’t regurgitate content but add new unique thoughts.

5. Build in public
Keep notes on weekly priorities, wins, losses, ideas, etc. Share a weekly thread going thru these. 

Ask for others to join in and do the same. The more vulnerable, the better it performs. Imagery and video help a ton here.

 

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Snippets

  • Twitter may soon launch super follow option and a tip jar right on the user profile. Clicking or tapping that button will let others tip via Bandcamp, Cash app, Patreon, Paypal, and Venmo. It’s becoming a new Patreon now.
  • Amazon tests letting sellers email customers directly about new products and sales. Brands will be able to email Amazon customers directly for the first time.
  • Instagram is testing ads in Reels. Unlike story ads, people can comment on, like, view, save, share, and skip them in Reels. Facebook is testing sticker ads for stories. Creators add these clickable stickers to their stories. If people buy a product, they will get a cut of revenue i.e. tapping into the affiliate market now.
  • Iconduck is a collection of 113,524 free open-source icons & illustrations. These are available for personal and commercial purposes (depending on the license, some may request a backlink).
  • “If, before going to bed every night, you will tear a page from the calendar, and remark, there goes another day of my life, never to return, you will become time conscious.“ – A.B. Zu Tavern
  • Nick’s response rate went up 6% from adding in a “P.S love the {product name}” at the end of cold emails to e-commerce brands. (Tweet link)

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