Here are 4 best free tools to find best time to tweet.
Posting tweets in bulk or following more people won’t help you catch attention of other users. What matters is if you are doing tweets on most suitable time or not. Those who post tweets on best time get more engagements and impressions than others. These tools help to find what could be the best time for tweeting.
Most of these tools generate graphs to show you the most common time when your followers come online, your Twitter stats, hourly graph when most followers post tweets, etc. From your Twitter stats and generated graphs, you can get a good idea for posting the tweets on a particular day and time. When you will come to know the good time that can help you get more impressions, you can post tweets on that particular time. Don’t worry if you can’t wake up or are not available on that time for tweeting, you can use any tool to schedule and automatically post tweets on your Twitter timeline. Let’s start with the first free tool present in this list.
SocialBro (free plan) needs only two or three mouse clicks to generate report for finding the best time to tweet. Report is based on 100 followers, but detailed information is provided in that report. Report will help to analyze your most suitable time for next 24 hours and for the week. Apart from this, you can also find what your followers mostly talk about (tags or keywords) and what kind of links they follow the most.
SocialBro also plots different graphs to check online time of your followers (by hours and by day of week), potential exposure (time and number of other users that also read your tweets), and top hashtags used by your followers. So, there are multiple features that should help you find what you should do to get higher impressions or engagements.
We have also covered Google Chrome extension of SocialBro.
Followerwonk is one fantastic tool in this list to know the best time to tweet. It generates the report for different factors that could help you bring more attention to your tweets. It lets you analyze most active hours of your followers as well as yours. You can compare graphs that shows these details to find out whether you are tweeting on the suitable time or not.
This tool also brings feature to compare 3 users together to find out who is performing well in Twitter. So, you can use this feature to check if your Twitter presence is better than your followers or other Twitter users. There are some other features present in this tool, like check location of your Followers in a map, gender breakdown, track followers, etc., which can be handy for your Twitter growth.
Here is the detailed review.
Tweroid (free subscription) is another handy tool in this list that checks your last 1000 followers to generate the report. This number is simply great as compared to SocialBro. In report (or say graph), you can see the timings when your followers mostly come online and post tweets. Apart from that, you can also come to know the timings when your followers mentioned you in replies.
Although this free subscription has limitations, but still, it can help a lot to find out the best time to tweet when you can earn more impressions and engagements.
Full review is here.
TweetStats is handy to generate beautiful graphs about various factors. It can automatically plot graphs to show you total retweets, replies, number of retweets, your tweet density, aggregate daily and monthly tweets, etc. Apart from this, it also shows your TweetCloud to see your top five words and other words that got more mentions. Moreover, option to check Follower Stats is also available to explore details about your followers. All these features can help you find if you were using the impressive words or tweeting on the good time or not.
This tool doesn’t provide feature to check online time of your followers, but still, it is handy to present detailed stats in front of you.
You can also read its full review.
Those who wants to grow their presence and improve performance on Twitter, these tools can come in handy. You can use any of these tools to find out the perfect time for tweeting, so that you can convey your post to more and more people.