twitter account that I use to attempt to promote my novels.
Because I follow a bunch of people, I see what others do with their Twitter accounts. And one thing that really annoys me is when someone tweets 20 tweets (or more) all in a row, seconds or minutes apart.
I think the reason they do this is because they have busy lives but have twenty tweets they feel they need to get out. So they shoot them all out at once. This is very annoying and I doubt very effective.
Now I tweet about 15 times per day unless I decide to tweet something funny or cute in addition. But I don't shoot them all out at once. I tweet about every two hours. How do I do that? I use Tweetdeck.
Tweetdeck is a Twitter app that works inside your browser.
Why use Tweetdeck? Because you can schedule tweets. I sit down every day and schedule my tweets for the next day. I have yet to hit a limit on the number of tweets I can schedule, nor on how far out you can schedule them (I've done them a week out).
That way, you don't have to shoot out 20 tweets all in a row in 20 minutes.
Also, you're more likely to get retweeted if you don't shoot out all your tweets at once.
You can also have more than one account on Tweetdeck. I suspect up to four, but I don't know; I only have one account.
It appears what you do is your type tweetdeck.twitter.com into your browser and then sign in with your Twitter account. Tweetdeck used to be a stand-alone app but as far as I can tell, now it only runs in a browser.