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A Twitter chat is a scheduled “group chat” on a specific topic, where Twitter users interact and engage with one another at a certain time by adding a trackable hashtag to the end of all their tweets. Twitter chats are a great way to meet other marketers interested in the same area as you, learn about a topic of interest, as well as build your following. Here is a list of 8 upcoming marketing Twitter chats to check out.

1. Social Media Collaboration

Discuss the evolution of social media and how social media technology is transforming collaboration. Every Wednesday from 1-3, #smchat

2. Discussing Blogs & Best Practices

3. Integrated Marketing Communications

Co-moderated by Beth Harte of MarketingProfs and Anna Barcelo, chat about integrated marketing communications and how to get all the forms of marcom to “work together” effectively. Every Wednesday from 8-9 PM ET, #imcchat

4. Personal Branding

You are your own brand! Chat about building your own brand (and actually build it at the same time). Every Wednesday from 11-12 PM ET, #brandchat

5. Using the Kaizen Method in Social Media

Chat about using the Kaizen Method to improve social media marketing. Not familiar with Kaizen for social? Neither am I, so I’ll be there next Friday. Every Friday from 12-1 PM ET, #kaizenblog

6. Conversion Rate Optimization

Full disclosure: this is my company’s chat. But it’s worth listing. The first conversion chat of its kind, CROchat will discuss the best ways to improve online conversions. Every Thursday from 1-2 PM ET, #crochat

7. Journalists, Bloggers, and PR Pros

Rub elbows with newbie and veteran journalists, bloggers, and PR pros. Every Monday from 8-11 PM ET, #journchat

8. Healthcare Marketing

Chat with other marketers in the healthcare industry. Every Friday from 1 PM-2 PM ET, #hcmktg

Am I missing a marketing chat? Leave a message below & I’ll add it to the list!

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The Complete Guide To Twitter Marketing In 2023

When it comes to achieving your marketing goals, Twitter is a powerful tool. Find out what it takes to create a winning Twitter marketing strategy.

What do NASA, United Airlines, and Wendy’s have in common?

These brands all leverage the power of Twitter marketing to grow their business, engage their audience, build community, and deliver spectacular customer service.

Twitter boasts more than 217 million active daily users making the social media platform an important piece of your marketing strategy. Not only does the microblogging site have a significant user base, but Twitter is also the world’s seventh most popular network and is expected to grow to over 340 million active users by 2024.

But with 350,000 tweets sent per minute and 500 million tweets sent daily, you need to be strategic and savvy to win (and hold) your audience’s attention and achieve your Twitter marketing goals.

If you’re feeling intimidated by this fast-paced network, don’t be. We’ve got everything you need to create and implement a highly effective Twitter marketing strategy that gets results.

Bonus: Download the free 30-day plan to grow your Twitter following fast, a daily workbook that will help you establish a Twitter marketing routine and track your growth, so you can show your boss real results after one month.

As with any network, you need to create a solid social media marketing strategy before diving in, and marketing on Twitter is no different. Understanding how the platform works and how it fits into your overall social media strategy is the key to success.

So, where do you start when creating your Twitter marketing strategy? We’ve outlined the components of a successful foundation below.

Audit your accounts

Does your organization already have an existing Twitter account, or maybe more than one? Your first step should be documenting all existing accounts and which team member has been responsible for them. Remember to check for a Twitter Professional account as well as regular accounts.

Once you have your list, conduct a thorough review of all the accounts you find. Collect information like:

How often does this account tweet?

What’s the engagement rate?

How many followers does it have?

Twitter Analytics or Hootsuite Analytics can provide you with these metrics.

It’s a lot of information, but we’ve got a template for conducting a social media audit to make this process easy.

Set goals

Success on any social media platform begins with having clear, measurable goals. There’s no way to know if your strategy positively impacts your business unless you understand what you’re trying to achieve.

You want to create SMART goals: Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, and Time-bound. So “going viral” doesn’t count. These goals should align with your high-level business objectives and be broken down into measurable indicators of success.

Check out the competition

You know what they say… keep your friends close and your enemies closer.

While it might feel sneaky, don’t forget to review the Twitter accounts of your industry competitors. Analyzing their social media can help you refine your own by revealing weaknesses or gaps in their strategy and ways that you can distinguish yourself.

If you want to be super savvy, create a private Twitter List of your competitors so you can see what they’re tweeting and discussing in real time. If you want to know more about competitive analysis, check out this free, customizable template.

Create guidelines

You need a social media style guide to keep your communications clear and consistent. Guidelines also help you onboard new team members and prevent mishaps and mistakes on social media.

Your guidelines should be shared with everyone on your social media team and may include elements of your overall brand style guide, like your tone and details about your audiences.

But it should also be specific to how you use social accounts, including Twitter, with details like:

Branded hashtags and how to use them

How and where you use emojis

How to format links

Every kind of conversation—good, bad, weird— happens on Twitter, so you want to be ready for anything. Criticism is inevitable, especially as your account grows, so you should plan for how to respond to trolls and manage a PR crisis. Remember, it’s much better to have those resources and not need them than the other way around.

Make a content calendar

Planning your content takes a little bit of time upfront but ultimately saves you effort and stress later on. Trust us. You’ll be glad you did it when you’re not struggling to develop a witty, original tweet for #NationalDoughnutDay at the last minute.

A social media content calendar helps align the content you’re posting on all your channels and spot possible gaps and conflicts that you can address. It also helps you plan ahead and seize opportunities for timely or interesting content, like sharing your sustainability practices on Earth Day or celebrating your female founder on International Women’s Day.

When creating your calendar, consider:

How often you want to post

The best times to post

Who should approve posts

A calendar can also help you assess your content and see if you’re sharing a balanced mix of tweets. You want to follow the rule of thirds (number 8 on this list): ⅓ of tweets promote your business, ⅓ share personal stories, and ⅓ are informative insights from experts or influencers.

However, you can’t set it and forget it. You still need to keep an eye on your Twitter account so you can reply to DMs and mentions and join conversations.

Worried about spending too much time on it? Don’t be— you can manage your social media in just 18 minutes per day.

Tip: Use our free social media calendar template to get started.

Analyze your analytics

Once your Twitter marketing strategy is underway, you must regularly evaluate your efforts and check your progress against those SMART goals you set.

But the data available to you can be overwhelming. We get it. There are a ton of metrics at your fingertips, including vanity metrics that aren’t always meaningful. So think about which metrics really matter. Getting a lot of retweets from a funny meme is great, but did any of that engagement translate to conversions or sales?

Collecting meaningful data will help you demonstrate the value of your marketing efforts and provide insights that will help you refine your strategy over time.

Check out our guide to understanding key performance indicators (KPIs) on social to get started.

Marketing on Twitter is more than just hitting send on the occasional Tweet. The social network boasts many tools and features that help you get the most out of your Twitter marketing campaigns.

Of course, depending on your Twitter marketing strategy, it might not make sense to use them all right off the bat, but it’s worth spending time assessing which features will help you achieve your goals. So let’s look under the hood and suss ‘em out.

1. Twitter Trends

Twitter creates fast buzz around various topics, and when a particular topic, word, phrase, or hashtag gets popular, this is known as a ‘trending topic’ or ‘trend.’

Twitter trends are useful for marketers to get a feel for what topics or conversations are happening on the platform and help you to understand your audience’s interests.

Twitter is all about relevancy and being in the moment. Checking downward trends helps you to see the topics are on their way out, so you don’t create a conversation around a topic that’s already been and gone.

2. Twitter Circle

Everyone wants to be part of the in-crowd, and Twitter Circle is your opportunity to create a small audience of your choice and Tweet exclusively to that group (up to 150 participants.)

Only folks in your Twitter Circle can see the content and interact with those specific tweets. For marketers, your Circle could be a select group of key brands and influencers. You could utilize the feature to position your brand as a thought leader or share industry knowledge relevant to your audience.

3. Twitter Communities

Social media is all about building your brand, building your audience, and building your community. So it makes sense that Twitter Communities are a fantastic feature for marketing on Twitter.

Like Discord, Facebook Groups, or even Slack, Twitter Communities allows you to start or join groups of like-minded accounts and curate content relevant to shared interests.

For example, let’s say you’re an ecommerce brand that specializes in organic wine. You could create a Twitter Community of natural and organic wine lovers, share content, create conversation, offer value, and strengthen your brand’s visibility across an audience of interested and engaged consumers.

However, remember that the point of Twitter Communities isn’t to be sales-ey. Instead, focus on building a community and developing meaningful relationships rather than gaining conversions.

4. Twitter Spaces

Available on iOS, Twitter Spaces is the platform’s version of a live audio chat room (kinda like Clubhouse). Users can host or participate in audio conversations hosted in ‘Spaces’ with some pretty cool benefits for brands and businesses.

For example, Spaces are an ideal location to hold Q&As, AMAs, or fireside chats in real-time with an active, engaged audience. Additionally, Spaces can help establish your brand as a thought leader if you hold industry-specific conversations and gatherings.

Social audio on Twitter might still be in its infancy, but given the power of live audio, this is a feature you leverage the most to engage your audience in real time.

5. Twitter Lists

Opening your Twitter feed can feel like walking into a huge, noisy party with a million conversations happening at once. There’s so much going on that it’s hard to focus on any one topic.

That’s why Twitter Lists are a helpful tool for zeroing in on the conversations that actually matter to your business. These lists are curated feeds from selected accounts, which allow you to tune in to relevant discussions or influential people.

You can make as many lists as you want on Twitter (well, up to a thousand… if you hit that limit, it’s time to log off!). And unlike the main feed, which is ordered through Twitter’s secret algorithm, tweets in your lists are arranged chronologically, which makes it easier to follow evolving issues and current events.

You may want to create lists of your competitors’ accounts, influential thought leaders in your industry, and your own team members. Remember that lists are public, so be thoughtful when naming them.

Cultivating your lists may take a little time, but ultimately they help you use Twitter efficiently and strategically.

1. Optimize your profile

Having an on-brand, professional Twitter profile helps you make an excellent first impression on new followers. Consider how each element of your profile helps to reinforce your brand and inform audiences.

Handle. This is your account name, and it’s how audiences can find you on Twitter. Generally, you want your handles to be consistent across social media and include your company name.

Profile photo. Your profile photo appears next to every tweet you send, so you want it to look sharp. Use your logo or wordmark, and make sure to use the right dimensions for a clear and crisp image.

Header image. Your header image appears on your profile page, and you may want to update it more often than your profile photo. It can reflect current campaigns, provide information, or offer insight into your company culture.

Bio. Your Twitter bio is the place to tell visitors to your account who you are in 160 characters or less.

URL. Include your company’s website or the latest campaign link (just don’t forget to switch it out when you’re done!)

Location. Set your business’s location or leave it blank if you have a global presence.

World-famous fast food chain Wendy’s does a brilliant job of optimizing their profile with relevant images, a snappy bio in the company voice that tells the audience exactly what type of brand they are, and includes a relevant URL to their homepage.

Another thing to consider when optimizing your profile is including a pinned tweet. This feature allows you to ‘pin’ one of your tweets to the top of your Twitter profile and is a brilliant opportunity to show visitors to your account who you are, and what you’re about, or highlight any viral tweets.

— Ecosia (@ecosia) June 9, 2023

2. Engage with your audience

Twitter is a very chatty platform. Although you can (and should!) use images and videos, winning fans and connecting with followers requires nailing an authentic, appealing voice and engaging with your audience.

If you haven’t quite landed on a brand voice yet, this is probably the first step before hopping on board and conversing with your community. Here are a few tips.

Show personality. Your brand voice should be consistent across all your platforms and communicate your brand values. Are you edgy? Funny? Inspirational? Bold? These qualities should be conveyed through your tweets.

Be human. No one likes a tweet that sounds like it came from a robot or a script. Twitter users want to know there’s a real person listening and engaging with them from behind your account. Opt for plain, accessible language over jargon and abbreviations.

Be original. Don’t tweet the same message over and over. Posting identical messages across your social media accounts is a big no-no. Each of your tweets should be unique, otherwise you’ll seem spammy.

Be sincere. The goal of Twitter is not to attract followers by any means necessary; it’s to help you connect with customers and build trust with them.

Engaging on Twitter is an essential part of a winning Twitter marketing strategy, so you must ensure your accounts are continually monitored and active and that someone is replying to direct messages and mentions. Twitter conversations move fast, so it’s noticeable to your followers if you’re not checking in regularly, and a failure to be responsive and timely will damage your brand.

Busy accounts may need multiple team members monitoring them, like UK supermarket Sainbury’s, who do an excellent job of responding to customer queries. Individual team members sign their names to provide a personal touch to their customer service.

Hi Rosemary. I’m sorry about the wifi in the store. Can you tell me what time you visited please? I’ll look into this for you. Nick

— Sainsbury’s (@sainsburys) September 23, 2023

But even if only one person is responsible for your Twitter account, you’ll still want to designate a backup team member so that there are no gaps in coverage and engagement.

3. Run a Twitter poll

However, one exception to this format is Twitter polls. Twitter polls allow you to pose questions and offer up to four answers to choose from. Polls are a great way to engage your audience because they’re simple and fun. And if there’s one thing people love to do on Twitter, it’s express strong opinions about minor topics.

And they have benefits for you, too. Polls let you gather feedback and opinions, learn about customer preferences, tease product ideas, and more. They’re no replacement for in-depth research methods, but they do provide quick and useful insights.

4. Schedule your tweets for optimal post times

Take your Twitter strategy to the next level by scheduling your tweets ahead of time rather than posting them manually one by one.

Scheduling helps you streamline your time on social media and stay on top of your content calendar. That way, you never miss sending an important tweet because your afternoon meeting ran late.

When scheduling Tweets in Hootsuite, you get best time to post recommendations (based on the historical performance of your own posts) right in Composer:

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5. Let’s get visual (for higher engagement)

A picture is worth 1000 words, which is especially useful on Twitter, where you only have 280 characters to work with.

Visual assets can help you communicate more with each tweet. For example, complement an informative tweet with a chart or infographic, or reinforce an inspirational message with a stunning photo.

A video can help you capture and hold attention, which is ideal for product launches or campaigns. Plus, adding images and videos to your tweets is a surefire way to boost engagement. Tweets with images get up to three times as much engagement, while tweets with videos get up to ten times as much engagement.

GIFs provide another delightful addition to your tweets and a 55% increase in engagement. You can add them directly to your tweets through Twitter’s GIF library.

As a bonus, images (including GIFs) and videos don’t count toward your 280-character limit.

Tip: Ensure your videos are optimized for mobile since Twitter reports that 93% of video viewers watch on a handheld device.

6. Master the art of the thread

7. Become a hashtag expert

Hashtags are a feature on every social platform, but they were born on Twitter. And they remain an invaluable tool to boost your engagement and discoverability on the platform.

Understanding how and where to use hashtags on Twitter will make your content more impactful and help you reach new audiences who share your interests.

Find the right hashtags. Use hashtags that make sense for your industry and niche. Checking out what hashtags are popular among your competitors can provide insight.

Create a branded hashtag. This is a hashtag unique to your business, which can be used to collect and organize content about your brand. They’re ideal for promoting campaigns and finding user-generated content.

— Rapha (@rapha) September 5, 2023

Follow trends. Twitter’s Explore page displays the current trending topics, including hashtags. Joining these conversations will help new audiences discover your posts. Just make sure you understand the context to avoid any embarrassing mishaps.

Don’t overdo it. One to two hashtags per tweet is optimal.

8. Tune in with social listening

Twitter isn’t just about speaking— it’s also about listening. “Social listening” means paying attention to conversations on Twitter that provide insights into your customers and community.

Not only can you find out what people think about your brand and products, but you can also learn from other trending topics and discussions. Social listening helps you refine your messaging, build loyalty and trust, and proactively address pain points and complaints.

Some of the topics you should pay attention to include:

Your business name

Your competitors’ names

Industry hashtags or buzzwords

Relevant trending topics

You can also use Hootsuite to set up streams that will monitor keywords, hashtags, mentions, and other important data.

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9. Run an ad campaign

Once you’ve got a handle on using Twitter organically, it’s time to level up and run your first ad campaign.

Advertising on Twitter can help you grow your audience, promote your products, drive traffic to your website, and more. You can choose to promote your account to gain new followers or promote individual tweets to boost engagement and campaign visibility.

Twitter Ads allows you to target your audience very selectively and provides detailed analytics on campaign results and cost-per-action. As a result, you can reach the right people with your campaign and quickly learn what campaign messages are most effective.

10. Use UTM parameters to measure your success

If you’re ready to get a little more sophisticated with your social media data and analytics, then say hello to UTM parameters.

These are short text codes that you can add to your links in order to hone in on traffic and conversions. They can specify the source, medium, campaign name, and more. You can add them directly in Hootsuite Composer or through Google Analytics.

By capturing this data, UTM parameters show you exactly how people navigate to your website, which tweets are most effective, measure the ROI of your influencer campaigns, and more. They’re incredibly useful for understanding how your Twitter strategy (and other social media efforts) impact your business’s bottom line.

Use Hootsuite to execute your Twitter marketing plan alongside all your other social media activity. From a single dashboard you can monitor your competitors, grow your followers, schedule tweets, and analyze your performance.

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21 Jailbreak Tweaks To Check Out This Weekend

Now that Electra has been publicly available for a few weeks, we’re beginning to see more iOS 11-oriented jailbreak tweaks in the Cydia Store. That aside, there’ve been plenty of jailbreak tweaks for iOS 10 and earlier added to the mix.

In this roundup, we’ll talk about all the jailbreak tweaks released throughout the past week. As always, we’ll start things off by talking about our favorites in detail and then we’ll outline the rest afterward.

Our favorite releases this week BoostedWifi – FREE

The tweak removes the lower-limit signal restriction so that you can see more Wi-Fi networks around you, and more importantly, it shows you the RSSI (received signal strength indicator) level so that you can tell just how strong or weak a Wi-Fi signal actually is.

It’s an overall great add-on for jailbroken device users, especially those with any interest in networking.

If you’d like to learn more about BoostedWifi, then check out our full review.

ColorMyBattery – FREE

The battery indicator is one of the most distinguishable Status Bar icons there is, but it doesn’t come with any color customizations out of the box. That’s where a new jailbreak tweak called ColorMyBattery comes in.

When you install this tweak, you can customize battery level indicator colors in increments of 10%. That said, you can have a certain icon color for 91-100% battery, another for 81-90%, another for 71-80%, and so on.

The tweak offers users a potentially mesmerizing aesthetic experience, so we’d recommend checking it out. As usual, you can read our full review to learn more about how it works and why we recommend it.

PercentageBatteryX – FREE

The iPhone X has a wonderful OLED display, but the notch at the top caused Apple to compromise with some serious space savings. Unfortunately, that meant cutting out the popular battery percentage feature on the flagship handset.

PercentageBatteryX is the ultimate solution, as it integrates the numeric battery percentage right into the battery level indicator icon in the Status Bar.

With no space wasted, the tweak makes it easy to see your battery level without having to open Control Center, and it looks great too.

You can learn more about PercentageBatteryX and how to get it in our full review.

Saw – FREE

The iPhone X’s wonderfully-tall display is great for reading e-books and viewing websites, but so much vertical space gets wasted by how Apple formatted the tab bar on the device.

A new free jailbreak tweak called Saw fixes this problem by shifting everyone downward dozens of pixels. Furthermore, it automatically hides the Home Bar in circumstances where it’d conflict with the tabs at the bottom of the display.

While the amount of screen real estate gained is marginal at best, every little bit counts and we can’t recommend the tweak enough.

You can learn more about Saw and why you should download it in our full review post.

Other releases this week

british-airways-jailbreak-bypass-patch: Lets you use the British Airways app on jailbroken devices (free via BigBoss repository)

ByeHomeBottomBarX: Hides the Home Bottom Bar from your iPhone X’s display (free via BigBoss repository – review)

clipme: Lets you copy text from the Terminal app to your device’s clipboard (free via BigBoss repository)

EZSwipe: Customize the swipe down gesture on the Home Screen (free via BigBoss repository)

HazeStatusBar: Monitors air quality and displays it in the Status Bar (free via BigBoss repository)

HideDoneButtonX: Hides the “Done” button that appears when editing your Home screen on the iPhone X (free via CydiaGeek’s beta repository)

LTEto4G: Converts your Status Bar’s LTE indicator into the 4G symbol (free via BigBoss repository)

NoLiveTWEvents: Removes the annoying live events from the official Twitter app (free via BigBoss repository)

NoNoRecentNotif: Hides the “No Recent Notifications” text from Notification Center (free via BigBoss repository)

NoSwitcherKillBoxX: Hides the unsightly kill box in the App Switcher on the iPhone X (free via BigBoss repository)

NoSubstitute (Electra): Disables Substitute in apps (free via BigBoss repository)

SCOthman for Snap (iOS 11): Brings new features to the Snap app (free via BigBoss repository)

SleepRemaining: Adds an hour and minute indicator to the Sleep Cycle app (free via BigBoss repository)

TitleLess: Removes the system-wide large titles in iOS 11 (free via CydiaGeek’s repository)

TrashFromLS: Lets you delete emails from the Lock screen without having to enter your passcode (free via BigBoss repository – review)

TWSaveDm: Lets you save media from Direct Messages on Twitter (free via BigBoss repository – review)

XB-Hide: A tweak that lets you hide apps from your Home screen instead of deleting them (free via BigBoss repository)

That just about wraps things up for this week’s jailbreak tweaks of the week roundup, but remember to stay tuned to iDB throughout the week to stay up to date on all of the latest releases as they materialize.

If you’re looking for more tweaks to try, then consider adding third-party Cydia repositories to your device to expand your scope and check out last week’s jailbreak tweak roundup just in case you missed anything special. We also have a plethora of dedicated roundups that can help you find new tweaks for tweaking your jailbroken iOS 10 device below:

Why Facebook Marketing Slaps Twitter Marketing In The Face

And beats its pants off. [Sorry we were just brainstorming linkbait titles about John Daly’s pants.]

I was asked to speak about “Capitalizing on the Twitter Revolution” at Pubcon. So I talked about Facebook.


I said: “Twitter revolution? Didn’t that happen in 2008?”

The following chart shows Twitter really taking off in 2009, but…

But Twitter was a lot cooler in 2008 when it was smaller. And the following chart shows something very interesting about Twitter for marketers:

Interest in Twitter marketing grew in the first half of 2009 but has stagnated since.

In my work with TweetROI, I’ve monitored what people tweet on phrases like “twitter marketing” and most of what I saw was the spammiest, lowest quality Internet Marketing- hypey new product cut-and-run strategies and lazy, uncreative tweet promotions.

Also look at this:

The volume is lower and the lines more volatile, but Twitter marketing is clearly losing to Facebook marketing and stagnating.

Why is this happening?

Yes,I have enjoyed Twitter’s geekiness. I have no problem with @ symbols or formulaic syntax. But not everyone in the U.S. or the World is like that.

Oh yes, the mainstream people.

That’s why the Twitter/Facebook comparison looks like this:

Facebook truly dwarfs Twitter. And yet the corporate search/social industry talks WAY more about Twitter. And there was a session devoted entirely to Twitter at Pubcon, but no session about Facebook. Alison Driscoll, to my knowledge, is the only other person who talked about Facebook.

Why Do Geeks Prefer Twitter?

Perhaps because everyone in the industry, like me, was avoiding Facebook and enraptured by Twitter. And because there weren’t as many public case studies of Facebook marketing success as there were for Twitter.

Is this fundamentally fallacious? Twitter had great synergy with writers – the press, and bloggers – so it was more scrutinized and buzzed up.

Facebook is multimedia and holistic but dare-I-say “common”. It’s easier to be condescendingly expert on Twitter’s side than Facebook’s.

So as is typical for me, I’ll buck the trend.

Here are 5 Reasons Facebook Marketing Slaps Twitter Marketing In The Face:

Huge Penetration: As the search volume Insights charts show, Facebook is more popular, and Twitter marketing is stagnant.

Reliable Stats: Facebook’s built-in engagement stats rock, they tell you what FB cares about, and they won’t just disappear any old day like a third party Twitter app might.

Mainstream Appeal: Facebook is multimedia – pictures and video – and if you didn’t notice, people like TV better than books. Facebook is more engaging and intuitive for normal people. (No, geeks are not normal people)

Braslow’s Hierarchy of Awesomeness (see below): This classic marketing framework I created two weeks ago demonstrates the importance of brand. It’s easier to brand with Facebook than Twitter. Branding is key in red oceans because it’s the only thing your competitors can’t copy.

In other words, right now if you ignore Facebook marketing, you’re like a 1986 Sony fan ignoring VHS. I knew a guy like that and he was an alcoholic. In other words, you’re an alcoholic geek. I’m kidding! I’m not saying Twitter is Betamax and going away, but you can’t ignore what the mainstream prefers, unless you only market to internet geeks.

Check out my whole Twitter Marketing vs Facebook Marketing presentation on Slideshare- it’s funny and it includes tips on how to get more page fans- oops I mean page likers.

Yeah I’d rather be a liker than a fan, wouldn’t you? ;-p

Enjoying Wordle? Check Out These 11 Alternatives

Wordle is making headlines everywhere right now, but it’s only a one-play-per-day web-based game. Luckily, there are many versions of the game popping up, each with their own unique spin on the original. Whether you enjoy Pokémon or just love to challenge your brain, chances are you’ll enjoy these 10 Wordle alternatives of this popular Internet word game.

1. Byrdle

Calling all music nerds and former choir kids: all those years of learning musical terms and composers’ names just may pay off when you try to guess the daily word in this Wordle alternative.

Named after the Renaissance composer William Byrd, Byrdle is a Wordle knockoff, in which each daily word is related to choral music in some way. The words can be anything from proper nouns to musical terms to selected non-English words – as long as it somehow ties in to choral music.

Like Wordle, players visit the Byrdle website and guess the five-letter Byrdle of the day. Letters that are in the correct place turn green, letters within the word that are not in the correct place turn yellow, and letters not in the word at all will gray out. Players receive a total of six guesses and can only play once per day.

In terms of settings, there are a few changes players can make, mainly related to the view they see. Within the settings menu, there are options for “Dark Mode,” “Color Blind Mode,” and a “Fancy Font Mode” (for the “true choral experience”). Additionally, players can turn on “Hard Mode,” which essentially forces you to use any correct letters in each subsequent guess.

Ready to test your memory on choral lingo? Start playing Byrdle.

2. Sweardle

If your friends and family say you “curse like a sailor,” then Sweardle – the profane version of Wordle – might be just the game for you!

Overall, Sweardle operates the same way as Wordle. You guess the word, and letters change to green if they’re correct, yellow if they are in the wrong location, and gray if they aren’t in the word at all. Unlike the original version of the word game, though, Sweardle’s daily words only contain four letters, and you only get four chances to guess the word each day.

If you guess the word correctly, Sweardle will give you the option to share your guess on Twitter, WhatsApp, or copy the link to your clipboard. Beyond that, there’s not much else going on with this word game – it’s pretty basic.

However, players should keep in mind that all the words aren’t necessarily “swear” words – just words that are considered inappropriate. Nonetheless, many swear words are only four letters, so it’s fitting that the game operates with only four-letter guesses.

If you think you have the vocabulary to win at least one round of Sweardle, then you can get started right now.

3. Queerdle

If you’re wondering if there’s an LGBTQIA+ version of Wordle, the answer is, “Yas, queen!” It’s called Queerdle, and it’s epic.

Like Wordle, a new Queerdle word appears daily, and you get 6 tries to guess the word correctly. However, because “queerness cannot be contained,” the number of letters fluctuates between 4 and 8 – it just depends on what the game creator was feeling that day. Besides that, the game operates the same way. You guess and the letters change colors based on their accuracy.

Unlike many of the other Wordle-like games Queerdle actually gives players the option to suggest words through a Google Form that’s linked in the game. Besides that, there aren’t any options for a hard mode or any changes to the setup. It’s just a simplistic word-guessing game with a fun flair.

If you’re ready to let your flag fly and embrace your queerness, then you should definitely give Queerdle a try.

4. Absurdle

While the original Wordle picks a single “secret word” at the beginning of each day, Absurdle instead works through its entire list of possible secret words in relation to your guesses. So instead of maximizing your guesses, it picks words that have the least number of common letters — making the game last as long as possible.

Because of the way it operates, Absurdle has no turn cap. However, since the game is programmed to respond the same way every time, players must supply their own randomness through their guesses. This means if you always guess the same words in the same order, the Absurdle answer will always be the same.

Furthermore, because of the way the game operates, it will take you at least 4 guesses to “crack the code” each time you play, and it can take you over a dozen turns to win in some cases.

If you don’t find Absurdle hard enough as is, that’s okay – there are settings to turn on “Hard Mode,” which forces you to use the letters you’ve already guessed in all subsequent guesses, and “Challenge Mode,” which gives you a target word that you must force the system to make the secret word.

If you think you have the brain power for everything that Absurdle can throw at you, then put it to good use and start playing!

5. Hello Wordl

Hello Wordl is a fun remake of Wordle that allows players to select the number of letters in the secret word. In other words, Hello Wordl is for those who don’t like being confined to a set number of letters each time they play.

In this game you can select to play with anywhere from four to 11 letters in the secret word but will still only have six guesses to figure out the word the game provides. You also have the option to play with the “daily word” or toggle to a random word instead, meaning you can play the game for as long as you want!

In addition to the flexibility in letters, Hello Wordl also gives you the option to play in normal, hard, or ultra hard mode. You can select between five unique keyboard layouts, change to dark mode, or turn on a color blind mode.

If you’d like to try your hand at this new and improved version of Wordle, then give it your best shot!

6. Lewdle

Like any other game out there, Lewdle is essentially the “adult” version of Wordle. It contains daily “lewd” words, and the game provides a content warning since the secret words can be profane, vulgar or obscene.

Like the regular version of Wordle, the daily Lewdle word contains five letters, and you have six guesses to figure out the word. You receive the same directions on your guesses, with green letters in the right place and yellow letters when they’re not located in the right space.

There aren’t any complicated settings with Lewdle – just a way to enable “Color Blind Mode.” Otherwise it’s just you and the letters. You can enjoy this “adult” version of the popular word game right now!

7. Squirdle

Calling all Pokémon fans! There’s now a version of Wordle that’s just for you: Squirdle!

Although it doesn’t work exactly like Wordle, it is a Pokémon-themed guessing game where players try to guess the Pokémon of the day. With each guess, the game tells you whether the generation, type, height, and weight are correct, incorrect, or off in some way. You get a total of 8 guesses to figure out the daily Pokémon before you win or lose.

If you can’t spell any Pokémon names, don’t panic: the game will auto generate the name based on the first few letters you enter. Also, if you want to “practice,” there’s a randomized version in addition to the daily guessing game. What’s more, if you’re an OG Pokémon fan, you can enable “Gen 1 only” to get rid of all those new Pokémon options.

8. WordGuessr

If you and all of your closest friends are all into Wordle right now, then WordGuessr might be right up your alley!

This “social Wordle clone” gives players the option to play a game with three to seven letters, and you get six guesses to figure out the word. Then you can either guess the word yourself or turn it into a challenge game, where you share the link with your friends so you can all try to guess the same word.

Unlike the regular Wordle, though, you can keep generating words and playing as many times as you want each day. Also, with the longer words, it often takes longer to play and guess, which can add another level of difficulty.

9. Gordle

As the name implies, Gordle is “hockey’s answer to Wordle.” It’s a hockey-themed variant of the viral word game that was recently featured on the “Puck Soup” podcast.

Gameplay is almost the same as the original game: Players guess a combination of five letters, and the letters change color to help the player guess the secret word correctly. You get a total of six guesses, and the “secret word” changes each day. However, unlike Wordle, Gordle doesn’t use words. Instead, it uses the last names of NHL hockey players, both past and present.

Players can also set “Go(r)d Mode,” which requires you to continue using correct letters in subsequent guesses, and a “Color Blind Mode.” Additionally, the creators have a way for you to submit issues you notice with the game and provide updates on issues players report.

10. Worgle

If you’re sick of guessing five-letter words and want something a bit different, you may want to try Worgle, the six-letter version of the word game.

Like the classic version of the game, players have six guesses to determine the secret word each day. but the secret word contains six letters instead of five. Otherwise, gameplay works the same, making it easy to bounce back and forth between Worgle and Wordle.

As far as settings go, players can enable a “Hard Mode,” “Dark Theme,” “Color Blind Mode,” or a “Fancy Font” one.

11. Hogwartle

Given that Harry Potter is peak millennial culture, it really shouldn’t surprise anyone that there’s a Hogwarts-themed version of Wordle . This version, called Hogwartle, works similarly to the original game – just with terms from the beloved book series.

Daily words are five letters, just like the original version of the game, and you get a total of six guesses to solve the daily Hogwartle Wordle. It’s hosted by the website Hogwarts Is Here, a site made for fans of the book series. If you’re a strong fan, then you should definitely give it a go.

Wrapping Up

Given how wildly popular Wordle is right now, chances are you’ll see more and more of these word games popping up in the coming months. For now, though, we can all enjoy what’s available and play other online games with friends.

Megan Glosson

Megan Glosson is a freelance technology writer based in Nashville, TN. She has extensive experience working with everything from printers to smart home systems, and serves as the go-to “tech guru” for a small business that sells digital products. Megan has created thousands of articles for online publications and company blogs, including How-To Geek, Clean Email, and Review Geek.

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Traders Have These Reasons To Check Out Elon, Shib, Babydoge

Riding on Bitcoin’s recent price pump, the global crypto market cap noted a 5% hike in 24 hours. This, after most of the previous week saw the market cap fall significantly on the back of general bearishness.

However, despite the haphazard state of the market, one section of altcoins has been able to fare comparatively better.

Meme coins like ELON, SHIB, and BabyDoge have been making noise in the market of late, and that’s not a joke. The short-term RoIs of these coins have, in fact, been pretty impressive. But, are dog-themed meme coins the most robust investment option in a bear market? Well, let’s find out.

Dogelon Mars, at the time of writing, occupied the sixth position on CMC’s meme-coin rankings. The token’s press time value stood at $0.00000005076. With a market cap close to $25 million, this token witnessed a 3% hike in the past 24 hours. 

Interestingly, ELON’s social volume witnessed a major spike on the 21st of July. In fact, the meme coin’s social dominance too reached a new one-month high. Such a trivial coin gobbling up more than 5.7% of all crypto-related social media says a lot about the coin’s ‘loyal’ community.

Nonetheless, it should be noted that its social volume did not necessarily have an impact on the coin’s trading volume. ELON’s trading volume, at the time of writing, stood at just $1.2 million. However, if the alt’s social game gets even stronger over the next few days, the odds of ELON’s price pump would intensify.

Shiba Inu (SHIB)

Shiba Inu continues to be the second biggest meme-coin after DOGE. SHIB’s price too witnessed a slight pump over the previous day. With a market cap of over $2.57 billion, the alt was trading at $0.000006443 at press time. 

As can be seen from the attached chart, SHIB’s supply on exchanges drastically dropped over the past few days. This, to a fair extent, underlines the fact that market participants have actively been buying this meme coin. The token’s volume too has started to pick up the pace. If these two metrics continue to head in the same direction, SHIB’s price might rally soon.

Baby Doge Coin [BabyDoge]

BabyDoge, the spin-off variant of the OG Dogecoin, managed to first make it to the headlines after Musk’s “Baby Doge, doo, doo, doo, doo” tweet. The alt’s price noted a massive rally as soon as the tweet started gaining traction. At that time, people from the mainstream crypto-community did not pay much heed to the dramatic hike in its price.

— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) July 1, 2023

But, the meme-coin has been witnessing price spikes ranging from 20%–80% over the past few days. The altcoin needs to be given due credit for faring well in such tough times. Just like ELON, even BabyDoge’s social volume has been gaining traction of late. In fact, the same trend was highlighted by Santiment too.

What’s more, valued at $0.000000002888, the altcoin also has more than 475,000 holders. Surprising, isn’t it? What’s more, chúng tôi a prominent crypto-exchange recently listed this meme-coin and the same did rub-off positively on its price.

You thought Dogecoin was a joke? Well, the joke has gone too far now. It would now seem that meme-coin variants that initially contended with each other are now giving the most prominent altcoins in the market tough competition.

Now, even though the metrics of these meme-tokens, by and large, portray a compelling picture, it should be noted that these coins often subject themselves to unanticipated and out-of-the-textbook pumps and dumps. As a matter of fact, mainstream crypto-community members do not consider these coins to fall under the cryptocurrency umbrella.

Hence, one must remain wary of the same before deciding to invest in these coins.

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