Welcome! This first issue is a showcase of the types of topics you can expect going forward.
Better tweet scheduling to get more engagement on Twitter
Everything you want in a tweet scheduler, including natural times (1:02 instead of 1:00), total control over the queue times, and separate queues for evergreen posts and regular tweets.
Major time saver when creating threads (multiple tweets connected together). Simply copy a long block of text and Hypefury will automatically break it into a thread.
An evergreen tweet is as relevant today as it will be tomorrow and next week. You can keep a queue of evergreen tweets ready and use them to fill in empty queue slots, use a separate queue, or combine both.
To create momentum, you can add a time delay to drip a thread of tweets, automatically reply to your tweet once it hits a certain engagement threshold of retweets or likes, or automatically retweet after a set amount of time. This allows for engagement even when you are not near your phone or computer.
Ever get stuck just staring at a blank screen? Hypefury will generate a quote for inspiration or select a random idea from past successful tweets.
Tweets with images get more engagement. To help this, you can quickly add a black & white image with your text to the tweet.
Hypefury isn't meant for an enterprise solution to manage all of your social media accounts. It is really more Twitter focused.
It doesn't handle team collaboration such as draft reviews and approval.
Save Webflow Leads to a Google Sheet & Send Email
1. Create a Zap that triggers on new Webflow form submission.
2. Trigger Zap when there is a submission to your form.
3. Write a new row to your Google Sheet with the lead data.
4. Add step in Zap to connect Gmail
5. Send personalized Email using data from Webform flow
Add a couple of minutes time delay to the email in order to make it look less automated to the customer.
Stop using "Submit" on your Call-to-Action buttons on your website and landing pages.
Boring. Default. Standard.
Think about the value you are providing.
Notice the call to action on my newsletter? Instead of "Subscribe" it is "Get Scrappy".
Need more examples? Check out:
@Webflow High Converting Landing Page
@Databox_HQ Landing Page Examples
@Unbounce Call-To-Action Examples
Do something good with your 404 Page on your website. Amplify your favorite non-profit causes.
Like this idea? Tweet about it with the hashtag #404ForGood and help spread the word.
Lalochezia: the use of swearing to alleviate stress and frustration.
Follow Susie_Dent on Twitter for more fun with words.
Thank you so much for spending time with me. I'd love to know what you think of the first issue, especially since you are an early adopter.
Tell me. What problem do you wish you could solve with technology today?
Happy Scrappy Marketing!
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