How to Conduct your Twitter Polls

So when you are trying to find out people’s opinion on a couple of things, twitter is the best platform for you to get your answers. The questions asked on twitter polls are not limited and so you can base it on politics, fashion, sports, entertainment and even general knowledge. You could even seek help from your followers for instance how to name your pet or something. It is quite thrilling if you would ask me and you can be amazed by the responses you will get.

However, to help you make best out of these tools; read the following article.

  1. Analyze your Audience’s Top Interests – While most people follow you because they love something you constantly tweet about, they have far more interests in life. Everyone probably have something they love that not everyone else does. But that shouldn’t be the focus on any poll. Instead, analyze your top most retweeted or liked posts and find out what content people love the most from you. You probably are asking, why should it matter to your poll? Well, knowing what content people engage in the most will help you phrase your polls accordingly and get the most meaningful feedback from it.
  2. Breakdown the Time and Regions you get more Engagement from – Ever sent a tweet in the middle of the night and received lots of engagement from it? Well, your nighttime is always someone else’s day time. And knowing this can help you make the best out of twitter polls. On the other hand, knowing where most of your followers are located could help you get better feedback if you ask questions that affect such followers. Still, knowing the exact place your different followers come from will help you greatly in analyzing the feedback you receive.
  3. Conduct the Polls – Once you have an idea of what content resonates positively with your followers, you can shoot the questions at the most ideal time. You will after all have identified what people love talking about, and what regions they come from. Making a twitter poll when you have such important basics also saves you the time to analyze your results. Again, depending on the results you got after breaking down the different types of followers you have, you will better know whether you should conduct a similar poll but at a different time that favors your other followers.
  4. Conduct more Polls – Contrary to popular opinion, you don’t lose your popularity to constantly asking people to vote in your polls. In fact, statistics show that twitter pollsresult in a positive impact on the level of your engagement with your followers. On topics your followers love especially, your engagement with them could keep mounting every time you ask them to vote in a poll. All in all, you should strive to make all your polls better in terms of when they were conducted and the questions asked. However, note not to bombard your followers with a lot of polls, lest they feel annoyed and stop interacting with you.