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How to Boost Twitter and Tumblr posts on CoPromote

Boosting your Twitter and Tumblr posts on CoPromote is easy. Here’s how to do it in just a few clicks!

1. Connect Twitter or Tumblr to CoPromote
2. Choose a post and an audience
3. Share another member’s post

If you boost a Twitter post, watch your mentions for updates. For Tumblr posts, check your dashboard for reblogs. For more details and examples, check our blog and FAQ.

To join CoPromote, register with Twitter or Tumblr (or any of the available social networks): https://copromote.com/?tsid=yt_howtouse

What Happened to Facebook on CoPromote?

What’s Happening?

Our old Facebook integration was not providing the best experience for our creators. We think you deserve the best. We will be removing Facebook until our new integration with Facebook is complete.


We are working on a better way to optimize Facebook for creators , especially Youtubers and other video creators.

What do we do in the meantime?

You can still direct traffic to your Facebook page via Twitter, Tumblr and Youtube. We are happy to help. Get in touch via email, phone, social media or look for our live chat support during business hours, Eastern Standard Time. 

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We know many of our you like cross-posting on Facebook, and we’re sorry about the inconvenience. CoPromote was built to help creators reach new audiences easily.  A lot of our community’s best content is being generated in video and animated formats. In that spirit, we are working with Facebook on a new, better integration for our creator community. We are also working on adding exciting networks like Vine, Instagram, and more.

Stay tuned for details. As always, feel free to reach out with any questions or feedback.

Mobile Metrics: Twitter Alone vs Twitter + CoPromote

We can tell you how cross-promotion is the best way to reach new followers. We can talk about “the power of many” until the internet actually breaks. Or, we can let the data speak for itself.

Today, Twitter announced an update that lets you track engagements on their iOS app. The data’s message couldn’t be clearer: Dedicated sharing scales reach!

Now, when you boost a Tweet through CoPromote, you can easily compare the improvement between Tweeting on your own versus boosting through CoPromote’s community of content creators dedicated to sharing.

Don’t take our word for it. Boost a tweet and see for yourself.

Thanks, Twitter!

On the left, CoPromote metrics; on the right, Twitter metrics.

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How To Write A Great Tweet And Get Reach

Buffer and Jimmy Hang of Twitter for Small Business @TwitterSmallBiz (our new partner), co-hosted a webinar last week with great suggestions on how to get more clicks, retweets, and reach. We’ve summarized some key points and how you can optimize your tweets to get shared by the CoPromote community.

Click through to Fast Company‘s excellent and comprehensive post for the details.

1. You want your followers to take actions that will benefit your business.

Twitter users follow a median of six brands on Twitter, looking for things like interesting and fun content, news and updates, discounts and promos and more. 



2. Keep tweets conversational.

Think about how your content will be consumed by your followers. Would they want to retweet it or pass it along to others? Here are some conversational examples: 3030462-inline-i-3-3030462-a-scientific-guide-to-writing-great-tweets-how-to-get-more-clicks-retweets-and-reach

3. Use Viral Words And Phrases To Get Retweets

Salesforce found that tweets that specifically ask followers to “retweet” receive 12X higher retweet rates than those that do not. Twitter_101__How_To_Get_More_Clicks__Retweets__And_Reach___Fast_Company___Business___Innovation 3030462-inline-i-6-3030462-a-scientific-guide-to-writing-great-tweets-how-to-get-more-clicks-retweets-and-reach So the general rule that action words make for stronger, more compelling writing is also true for tweets.

4. Optimize for Your Goal

Tweet with a goal in mind. Include a strong call-to-action with a link to your website. 3030462-inline-i-7-3030462-a-scientific-guide-to-writing-great-tweets-how-to-get-more-clicks-retweets-and-reach

5. Keep It Short

Research by Track Social on 100 well-known brands popular on Twitter found that the sweet spot for tweet length is right around 100 characters.

6. Photos and video can make content twice as engaging

Rich media like photos and Vine or YouTube videos to drive retweets–it can double engagement with users.


CoPromote works to get your tweets viral to the right audiences, so remember to follow these tips when setting up your posts for sharing – and just importantly: engage your audience to increase your reach! You put all that work into setting up the post, get the most of out it by following up and engaging your new audience to build loyalty.