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3 Ways to Repurpose Your Tweets

Business Bae C
Business Bae C
Twitter has the simplest form of content, you just have to type a sentence. In other words…“Tweets are just the beginning.” Here are a few ways I repurpose my tweets.

I’ll be honest, I found this map because I was always anxious about content creating. When you start out your always thinking “I have to have new content all the time and it has be better than my last bit of content.”
ITS ALL A LIE! Your best content will be your matured content. Think of your followers as kindergartners when they start following you. They need to be given a solid foundation or they’ll be lost in the grades to come.
Start repurposing content and stop stressing out on making something new constantly. Here are the most common ways I expand my tweets.
1.)Threads to carousels on Instagram
It’s pretty self-explanatory. Take the thread and break it into separate tweets. Add the tweets to a cute background on Canva and you have a new post. This keeps you from having to be so vain all the time, I’m not a fan myself.
2.)Threads into Tik Toks
Once you start repurposing you’ll start tweeting with that in mind.
Ok so this one you can create without anyone seeing your face but I have to admit its less effective if you do it that way. You can take the pictures of your tweets in the thread and add them on Tik Tok. That will stitch them and you’ll just have to add music.
The best way to do it is to record a short video using your thread as cue cards.
I’m sure you’ve thought about it already but you could then download that Tik Tok to use as a reel on Instagram or a YouTube short.
Last but not least…
3.)Threads to blogs/newsletters
Remember being in school and having to write outlines for your paper?
Think of your thread as the outline for your paper, I mean blog.
Typically your intro tweet to the thread will serve as your title. The other tweets will serve as body paragraphs. Your final tweet in the thread will become your conclusion.
On a serious note, most great ideas are evolved ideas. If you repurpose the content you already have, you can spend more time creating without pressure.
As always…
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Business Bae C
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