Employers are increasingly claiming that social media has harmed productivity, particularly Twitter’s constant updates. The problem is well-known among marketing executives. And you know it’s not true, no matter how hard you try to convince yourself that time spent on Twitter counts as research.

So, can you be productive and efficient while using a fast-paced social media platform like Twitter?

To put it succinctly, yes.

Here are some Twitter suggestions to help you achieve better results in less time.

Spending less time on Twitter is a good idea.

Yes, you’ve been trying for a long time to accomplish this, but it’s not easy, is it? However, it is possible. By developing efficient, optimised, and automated strategies, you can reduce the amount of time you spend on Twitter.

Set goals for yourself and focus on achieving them.

It’s easy to get lost in hundreds of tweets over the course of several hours if you don’t know what you’re doing or trying to achieve. If you want to spend less time on Twitter, or any other social media platform for that matter, start by limiting your usage to a single purpose. Decide what you want to achieve, whether it’s more followers or more conversions, and work toward it.

Completing efficient tasks is a must.

You’ve come to find out how to limit your Twitter usage to 15 minutes per day. That means you’ll have to improve your decision-making efficiency and precision. Here are some tips to help you create a successful Twitter strategy.

Unfortunately for you, Twitter is a platform that is fundamentally based on numbers. You’ll have to put in the effort to tweet and retweet at least a few times per day if you want to see any results. Patience, as well as repetition and perseverance, are essential for success.

Remember to use relevant and trendy hashtags in your tweets, as they are a common feature of every Twitter conversation. Hashtags are the simplest and most effective way to connect with your audience and to expand your reach.

You might think your bio is unimportant, but you’re wrong. It doesn’t have to be a full-fledged autobiography, but it should pique people’s interest. Create an industry-relevant description that highlights your company’s values and personality.

Influencers should be retweeted and engaged with. You’ll not only catch their attention when they see who shared their content, but you’ll also be the beginning of a possible relationship that could lead to collaborations, such as guest blogging.

Your daily 15-minute routine

As a result, you should limit your Twitter time to 15 minutes per day. Here are our suggestions for a successful social media strategy that gets the job done quickly.

7 minutes first thing in the morning

The majority of us are at our most productive in the mornings. You’ve only just gotten started on your day; you’re energized (hopefully) and ready to take on the world. Whether you multitask and do it while eating breakfast or just focus on the task at hand, here’s what you should be doing in those 7 minutes in the morning to get things started.

Check to see if you’ve received any new direct messages, tweets, or followers first. Respond to them – contacting new followers to express gratitude for their interest is a great idea. Being kind and grateful goes a long way. Spend no more than one or two minutes on this; it should be short and to-the-point.

It’s a good idea to scan your feed for any news or information that might be circulating in your network. Retweet something as well. This task should take no more than one minute to complete. Keep in mind that you’re scanning for entertainment purposes only, not as a full-time job.

Continue scanning, but narrow your focus to a few hot topics or items that you want to concentrate on that day. As you might expect, this is also a one-minute activity.

It’s time to take a risk and put yourself out there! Consider sending out a tweet or two about one of your daily deals. Keep in mind that you only have one minute to complete this task!

Conduct a quick search for content that you think will be interesting and relevant to your audience, and schedule a few posts that you think will be of interest to them throughout the day. This task should take no more than two to three minutes to complete.

In the afternoon, three minutes

By the afternoon, you’re probably knee-deep in work. So, before going to lunch, schedule a three-minute Twitter break to make things easier.

Concentrate on tasks that are only one minute long. Any new tweets or direct messages should be replied to as soon as possible. It’s a fun way to kill time by scrolling through your feed and interacting with other users. Find new accounts to follow that share interesting and relevant content – it could be anyone: influencers, businesses, people you’ve interacted with previously, etc.

In the evening, five minutes

Return to Twitter later in the evening, after you’ve completed or are about to complete your work, to round out your day.

Start by doing the same one-minute tasks you do at the beginning of each Twitter session. In the meantime, take a moment to respond to any new tweets or messages you’ve received.

Before you shut down social media and get a good night’s sleep, schedule a few tweets to be posted after you’ve gone to bed or early in the morning. Make the most of this opportunity to promote yourself again. This task should take you no more than three minutes to complete.

You’ve got it now! You’ll have more successful and productive Twitter sessions if you follow our advice. You can always extend your routine if you can’t get to that perfect 15-minute routine. You will eventually succeed, but it will take time and effort.