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Tweet Smarter: Uncovering the Best AI Prompts for Tweet Writing
Like it or not, AI is here to stay.
Instead of fighting against it, the best creators will learn how to work with it. In fact, some are already using it to boost their Twitter growth.
In today’s blog post, we’ll explore what are the best AI prompts for Twitter content creation and audience growth.
Whether you're a seasoned Twitter user or just starting to build your presence on the platform, this guide will give you everything you need to know to leverage AI prompts effectively and kickstart your Twitter growth.
Let’s dive in!
What is an AI prompt?
Simply put, the prompt or instruction is when the user tells the AI what they want it to do.
It's similar to when someone asks a friend, "Hey, can you draw a picture of a dog for me?”. Then the AI goes and performs that task you asked it to do.
The AI can virtually do anything, but for today’s post, we’ll keep it focused on Twitter.
Where to use an AI prompt?
There are plenty of AI writing services where you can introduce one of these prompts and get an answer. The most popular is ChatGPT, which many other tools used as the source.
At Tweet Hunter, we use ChatGPT as the basis for our new Chat Assistant, so we’ll use that for the examples here.
AI prompts for Twitter
#1 - Get topic ideas for your tweets
One of the simplest ways to use AI for content creation is to ask it to brainstorm content ideas for you. To do that, use this prompt:
As a (TOPIC) expert posting on Twitter, what could I post about?
*Change this for your niche/topic
This will return a list of content ideas you can immediately start writing about.
If you specifically use TweetHunter’s chat assistant, the results will be even better.
The reason is that to come up with these tweet ideas, the assistant will analyze your profile and your last tweets to come up with personalized topic ideas for you 👇
#2 - Do some audience research for content writing
One of the best content ideation frameworks is what I like to call the “Pain Point Resolution” Framework. It involves two main steps:
- Identify problems and struggles: Start by understanding and listing the problems and struggles that your audience faces.
- Provide solutions with your content: When you sit down to create content, choose one of the problems or struggles you identified in step one. Your goal is to solve or address that specific problem with your content.
By doing this framework, you ensure that your content always resonates with your audience because it directly addresses their needs and concerns.
Now, with the help of the AI assistant, putting this framework in practice is even simpler.
First, open your AI and ask:
List 5 different pain points that (TARGET AUDIENCE) has.
I tried it with “content creators,” and here’s the result, using Tweet Hunter’s assistant 👇
Now, to step two.
Let’s pick one of these problems, for example, number 4, and ask the AI assistant for content ideas related to it.
The result 👇
Each of these replies could be a single tweet. Or I can even see a thread shaping up on how to save time on Twitter. And it took us less than 30 seconds to put it together.
The “Pain Point content framework is really powerful by itself. But combined with AI? It will turn you into an unstoppable content machine!
#3 - Create content from scratch
If you want to go one step further and use AI for more than just getting inspiration, you can ask it to write your tweets and threads directly.
Write a tweet/thread about (TOPIC)
Here’s an example with “recycling” as the topic
To make this prompt more effective, you can try to be more specific with the AI. Here are a few things to include on the prompt:
- Ask it to write about the “top mistakes” of that topic
- Or a “how to” type of post
- Or to cover the “do’s and don’ts”
A prompt example with “top mistakes”:
Write a tweet/twitter thread about top mistakes (TARGET AUDIENCE) make when trying to (TOPIC)
Example result with the recycling topic 👇
This will help add another layer of complexity to the tweet, making it feel more authentic.
#4 - Improve existing content
Now if you are like me, you probably have a few tweet drafts that you’ve never published. Whatever the reason, feeding those drafts to the AI might be a good idea.
You can ask it to:
- Suggest improvements
- Change the tone (bolder, formal, casual…)
- Change the length…
Let’s take this old tweet of mine for example 👇
I’ll first ask the AI to suggest improvements with this prompt:
Provide copywriting tips for this tweet: (INSERT TWEET)
This is what the AI suggests 👇
Now, let’s ask it to write it in a more “casual” tone with this prompt:
Rewrite this tweet in a more casual style: (INSERT TWEET)
And this is the result 👇
Not bad, either.
As you can see, by doing this, one tweet idea can turn into many. Don’t be afraid to play around with the possibilities.
#5 - Add extra content
Last but not least, the last prompt we’ll share is a prompt to ask the AI to add more to your tweets and threads.
Two things that are capital for your Twitter success are hooks (to get attention) and a Call to Action (to redirect that attention).
An AI assistant is perfect for that task. Whenever you have a new tweet or thread, you can ask it to add a hook with this prompt:
Add a hook to this tweet: (INSERT TWEET)
Using the same tweet as above, I asked the AI to add a hook. Here’s the result 👇
That’s actually a great lead for my tweet! Now, let’s ask it to add a call to action.
Add a call to action to this tweet: (INSERT TWEET)
This makes for a good starting point! As you can see, the AI can also add on top of existing content, speeding up the content creation process.
These prompts are cool, but what’s next?
All the prompts we shared are pretty basic. You can get even more detailed results by playing around and tweaking the prompts.
Treat the AI as a real person. Ask it questions, and don’t be afraid to correct it when it gets stuff wrong. The outputs won’t be perfect most of the time, but it will save you a ton of time and effort in the content creation process.
The examples shared here all belong to Tweet Hunter’s AI assistant but can be replicated in any other chat-based tool. If you use the AI assistant, it learns from your own profile and tweets, so the results are more accurate for your content style and audience.
Give it a try for free 👇