Sheduling part of your tweets also to be tweeted in your twitter timeline later in the day or even in future days can be a great way to expand your exposure.
But it is also a way to find out at which part of your day you are reaching the most people on twitter.
That's why Excelencia decided to do the following experiment:
Schedule an already tweeted tweet during the morning (tweeted at 8:59 am UTC ) , to be tweeted a second time at 3:10pm UTC,and compare the number of Impressions and Engagements it received after 3 hours of being exposed in twitter.
Tweeted at 8:59 UTC this tuesday morning.
See the number of Impressions and Engagements and Detail expands received in the 3 hours span of time since 8:59 UTC this morning.
Snapshot taken on tuesday, april 5 2022 at 12:00 UTC:
Now I am going to schedule this same tweet to be tweeted again at 3:10 pm UTC this tuesday afternoon:
Giving it another 3 hours on twitter, the same amount of exposed time in twitter as this same tweeted article's exposure of 3 hours at the time of taking the first snapshot above, I will reenter at 18:10 UTC to make the snapshot of the number of Impressions , Engagements , and eventually Detail Expands it will have received in those 3 hours span of time.
So , let's wait 3 hours to welcome you back again, estimated readers, writers and members or to give a warm welcome to new readers, writers and members that decided to come to here meanwhile!
Read the first episode in this TheExperimentsSeries here.
Read the second episode in this TheExperimentsSeries here.
Do have a nice continuing of your tuesday!
SeeYall later in the day!
Update, like promised today tuesday at noon:
Welcome back readers and followers, new readers and new followers , spread the message:
It's still tuesday, april 5 2022 , the hour is 18:13 UTC.
See the number of views and the earning and likes for this article now at 18:10 UTC in PublishOx:
12 Views is very little, and zero (0.00) Earned is nothing...but ok, no problem.
At 8:59 UTC this tuesday morning, this third experiment in TheExperimentsSeries started with tweeting this article for the first time this tuesday.
After 3 hours I took a screenshot of the numbers of Impressions , Engagements and Detail Expands it received :
Snapshot taken at 12:00 UTC:
Then I scheduled the same article to be tweeted a second time at 3:10 pm UTC ans waited another 3 hours, until 6:10 pm to see what were the numbers of Impressions and Engagements and Detail expands it received meanwhile in this 3 hours time span:
See the number of Impressions and Engagements , Detail expands and Profile visits it received meanwhile since this afternoon at 3:00 pm UTC:
Snapshot taken at 6:10 pm UTC:
You can compare now the number of Impressions, Engagements , Detail expands and Profile visits it received since this afternoon at 3:00 pm UTC with the same numbers from my tweeting of this same article now at around 18:00 UTC
The results are quite similar, appart from the fact that this noon at 12:00 there were 2 more impressions and 1 more engagement as this evening at 6:00 pm UTC, while at 6:00 pm there was 1 Profile visit instead of 0 at 3:00 pm UTC.
Without any doubt these tiny differences are not statistically significant.
As for now , I think there is not a difference in exposure of a tweet tweeted in the morning at 9:00 am and a tweet tweeted at 3:00 pm UTC .
Meet me again in the future with another experiment to come in this Series.
Wishing everyone a nice evening or continuing of your day!
Update friday, may 27 2022:
See all the experiments in TheExperimentsSeries: