We know how to schedule tweets on Twitter. You will get several Twitter-related tools like Tweetdeck to do the job. But how will you send recurring tweets or tweets at periodic intervals to your followers?
There’re two ways to post recurring tweets on Twitter.
IFTTT is a popular web service to automate various things using power of technology. We can use it for performing lots of tasks like education, travel, social media management, shopping, transportation, cloud storage, health tracking and so on.
Turn on this applet for sending recurring tweets from your Twitter account. Type message and image URL of your periodic tweets. Choose day and time for the trigger to fire. The schedule will repeat in every week. Finally, tap Save to activate the function. That’s all.
DrumUp is an excellent tool for promoting your contents across leading social sites. Unlike other common tools, it lets you send recurring posts at scheduled intervals and time.
Sign in to the site with your Twitter account and tap pencil icon from the right bottom corner to create a custom post. You will get a screen similar to the above screenshot.
Insert your post title, URL, hashtags if any and set the publishing date, time for the tweet. Check Repeat post box to post it at periodic intervals. Type interval and frequency for the post. Choose your profile if you have added multiple accounts to it. Finally, click Schedule. The tweet will appear on your timeline as per the schedule without any further intervention from your side.