The Science of Timing – Blog More Frequently – 7 Useful Tips

I just learned a lot of valuable information about The Science of Timing from Dan Zarrella on a large Hubspot webinar this morning. The associated twitter hashtag was trending for awhile, #timesci and Here are SEVEN takeaways from the webinar: The Science of Timing from Dan Zarrella / Hubspot.

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  1. Tweets are more retweeted between 2pm and 5pm
  2. Emails get the most attention [both positive (opens) & negative (bounces and spam)] on the weekends and early in the morning. The 2nd best time to do email marketing is around noon and 3rd is in the evening.
  3. Don’t be afraid to tweet too much, 22 per day is average, after awhile you won’t get as many clicks, however you’ll continue to gain followers. Use this knowledge respectively.
  4. More facebook articles get posted during the week however there are more shares on the weekend. 1st. Saturday 2nd. Sunday
  5. Mix up your tweets. You can repeat a link or information per day, but change the text.
  6. Blogging is best received in the morning, so its best to post your blog updates in the late evening or early morning.
  7. In regards to blogging, again, don’t be afraid to blog too much. Content is King and The More Value The Better!

 

I hope you received some valuable information from The Science of Timing Blog Post. This is what I learned from Dan Zarrella from Hubspot today on his very popular webinar with more than 24,000 people.

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9 Comments


  1. Hi Curt,
    I meant to attend this webinar but my scheduled prevented it. So thanks for providing some of the content. I love small tweaks like these that can make a big difference in our messages being received. It’s interesting to note the different times of day that work better for email vs. Twitter, huh? I tend to lurk on social media at the same time during the day, perhaps I will have to adjust that.
    I disagree with Dan’s opinion that you can’t tweet too much. I do filter my Twitter feed using lists, hootsuite, etc. but it annoys me when I have 10x as many tweets from one person (especially if they are just saying the same thing) in a day as I do any other person. I suppose you just have to strike a good balance and be sure to tweet valuable information.
    I hope you’re planning a powerful day! Allegra
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  2. Awesome share, Curt! Knowing this info removes the guess work that I was working with about twitter, I was surprised to learn that 22 tweets per day is average. One of my tweeple recently posed a question on twitter, that went unanswered as far as I could see, where he asked if it were possible to overexpose a brand there. Curt, given these facts and all that was discussed on the webinar – what would be your best answer in terms of the kind of tweets are the most appreciated?

    Dena

    Dena
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    1. Hi Dena, Thanks for your kudos. I believe a mixture of 1. valuable tweets both quotes and links 2. relationship building (mentions and retweets) and 3. authentic personal posts (limited) is a good formula for success on twitter. I also have heard before that there is a 10/1 rule for twitter. 10 Valuable tweets for every 1 promotion. Its important to engage your followers and related to them on a personal level. You brought up a really great question and I pray I answered it. Thanks so much for commenting and come back often! God Bless, Curt

  3. Hi Curt,

    Thanks for these really great tidbits. I’ve been following Dan for some time now and get a lot of great stuff from him. He is most definitely on my ‘to read’ list. I can’t say that I’m doing any of your list really well but always have the best of intentions 🙂
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  4. Great Post, Curt,
    I am going to think a lot more about scheduling my tweets and FB posts. This makes since, but I don’t think I’ll ever be one to spend a great deal of time with social media. The whole point is to simplify our lives and our marketing. I guess that is where outsourcing comes in.

    Thanks so much for sharing this valuable information.
    Angela
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