10 Fill-In-The-Blank Tweet templates (Part III)

Here are 10 tweet templates you can start using right away

10 Fill-In-The-Blank Tweet templates (Part III)
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Let’s face it, the blank page is scary.
And since we know you are busy trying to grow your audience and business, we are here to help with our Round III of Fill-In-the-Blank tweet templates.
We have already written two articles with a total of 20 templates (Part I and Part II).
But there’s always room for more, right?
By having a set of pre-written structures, you can easily create high-quality content without spending too much time brainstorming for new ideas.
These templates are an unfair advantage. Use them well!
Let’s dive in 👇

#1 - I used to vs Today

Transformation-based tweets always do well.
People love to follow other people’s journeys, that’s why telling your story is one of the best ways to build an engaged following.
This tweet template is particularly good for sharing your experiences and insights to inspire others toward a positive change.
The Template: I used to (do this thing #1) Today I (how thing #1 changed) (Takeaway/positive message)

#2 - This, not that

This tweet template is a variation of the classic This vs That.
You can use it to challenge and break people's common knowledge while sharing your unique perspective and encouraging other diverse viewpoints from your audience.
When done right, this type of content sparks a ton of engagement.
The Template: (A) does (B), not (C) (A) does (B), not (C) (A) does (B), not (C) (A) does (B), not (C)

#3 - This should scare you

No matter your niche and industry, your audience has fears that drive them to take action.
As a content creator, it's on you to acknowledge and address those fears head-on.
This tweet template is perfect for reminding your audience of their fears. As Dan does, use it to put all the things they are scared of in front of them.
By showing that you understand their worries and pains, you'll build trust and credibility.
The Template: (Scary thing) (Scary thing) (Scary thing) (Scary thing) (Scary thing) (Scary thing) (Call audience to action)

#4 - Twitter journey

I’ve been seeing more and more of these types of tweets lately on my feed.
Sharing your growth journey is a great tweet idea we’ve already covered.
This template is very easy to implement and usually does great in engagement. Don’t forget to include a picture for extra visibility and credibility.
The Template: My (platform) journey: (Month) → (Follower Number) (Month) → (Follower Number) (Month) → (Follower Number) (Lesson learned)

#5 - Stuck on an island

This is some fun engagement bait. It won’t do too much for your credibility, but it’s great to engage with your audience and break the usual tone of your content.
You can also add tons of variations to this tweet (replacing creators for tools or books, for example). Stay with the core of the idea and make it your own.
The Template: You are stuck on (place) with 3 (people in your niche) Which ones will it be to help you escape?

#6 - X but Y

This structure helps to emphasize the difference between the two concepts in a simple and straightforward way.
Doesn’t get much simpler than that!
The Template: Once you understand (X), you no longer trust (Y)

#7 - The best way

Perfect tweet template to dig deep into one core tip. In this case, the best way to become better at something is to do it more.
Can be applied to virtually any topic.
The Template: The best way to (do this one thing) is to (do more)

#8 - Note to self

We are all tired of platitudes, but they work because they are universal truths. These templates can help you mask them.
You can also use it to share something more personal, as you are writing it to yourself.
The Template: Note to self: (Lesson, experience, insight, observation)

#9 - Quotes

This is a more complex structure, but very interesting.
It starts by sharing quotes of what’s the conventional knowledge, what everyone is saying. Then it taps into the audience's pain (related to the quotes above).
Finally, it gives the solution and a few tips to get there.
The Template: (”Quote”) You know why you are really not (action)? Because (the real reason) - (Tip 1) - (Tip 2) - (Tip 3)

#10 - Myth vs Reality

Comparison structures are common and do very well. Here’s another one: Myths vs Reality
The structure works because it debunks common myths and guru advice with experience-backed realities. This tweet structure challenges the reader's assumptions and encourages them to rethink their approach.
The Template: (Topic) myth: - (Myth) - (Myth) - (Myth) (Topic) reality: - (Reality, related to myth) - (Reality, related to myth) - (Reality, related to myth)

Moving forward

Templates are especially helpful if you're running a business or managing multiple accounts, as it allows you to streamline your content creation process and focus on other tasks.
Overall, incorporating tweet templates into your content strategy is a great way to increase your writing efficiency and maximize your impact on Twitter.
At the same time, don’t forget to add your personal touch, or you’ll end up sounding just like everyone else out there.
PS: check the other 20 fill-in-the-blank templates that we have → Part I and Part II

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