How do you leverage Twitter? πŸ₯

Martina Hackbartt
24 replies
Hi, hunters! :) So I wanted to know more about how Twitter is used across different businesses and individuals. Feel free to share how you use your personal and company account!


I'll be glad to share the profile of my company and to give you insights how I manage it: ^_^ I do not us personal one, but I would like to increase engagement there soon ^_^
Vivek Katial
Curious to hear what trailblazers say here!
Paul VanZandt
This is a question I've asked myself for a while, so I look forward to reading these replies. I'd be interested in hearing your strategy as well!
Dylan Merideth
Building in public! We post dev updates and the occasional meme:) Also, the mission of our product includes an educational piece, one that results in threads about startup entrepreneurship on twitter.
Qudsia Ali
With the right perspective, Twitter can be a powerful tool. It can help you build an audience, generate leads and prospects, and grab your competitors' attention while keeping you in steady contact with your followers. My product account: Bravo:
Twitter has evolved over the years from it's humble 140 characters to now being able to post imagery and lifting the character limit. With software out there, where you can post once to many social sites - it is one of the popular platforms. If we're talking for business purposes, I look at it from a target audience perspective, does my audience I want to communicate use/read posts? Personally I don't use it, I prefer Pinterest as I'm more of a visual communicator. Can't wait to see what the next generation of social media is next - certainly video is gaining more traction these days. Feel free to explore my handy-work here, and give you some inspiration:-
Kazimieras Melaika
Insightful! We’re launching in late April or the start of May. Right now we're just creating regular Twitter posts and that's it, so I'm here to see what we can do better! Check out our upcoming PH page: Our project is called: Effecto. It’s an app for detailed health tracking. Pretty much for everything that is related to your physical or mental health and every daily factor that can affect you.
Lindsey Bly
We use our company Twitter to (not surprisingly) promote content, awards, cool things we're doing, etc. But more importantly we use it to engage with our users. We have a few segments of users that are super active on Twitter (NoCode, Ed Tech, Accounting) and are consistently engage with their posts on there. We also encourage our users to share more about Scribe on Twitter. Luckily our product shows really well on social :). If you go back in our account a bit you can see in our feed a NoCode community added Scribe as step in their course to share what they're working on!
Rich Watson
We just starting using Twitter's API to automate new tweets that come directly from our Discord. We operate out of Discord so all the good content is posted there, so we thought of relaying that content to Twitter automatically using a few hashtags relevant to the discussion. Since this we've noticed a HUGE increase in engagement (likes, followers, retweets). Obviously this doesn't work for everyone, app, or business but it's perfect for us and what we do.
Shem Leong
Brand account for official updates Personal account for everything else
Maya Ben Zid
We use our branded Twitter page ( to share user-generated content and to distribute posts we publish.