Tweet AI

Smart AI Tweet Rewriter

  • ➕Add new tone
  • 👍Good / Standard
  • ⚡ī¸Energetic
  • 💎Luxurious
  • 🎠Fabulous
  • đŸ’ŧProfessional
  • 😁Witty
  • 😂Funny
  • 😊Friendly
  • 😌ī¸Relaxed
  • đŸ’ĒBold
  • 🏕Adventurous
  • 🧠Persuasive
  • 🤗Empathetic
  • 🤗Compassionate
  • 😃Enthusiastic
  • 🤗Joyful
  • 💡Inspirational
  • ℹī¸Informative
  • 🤝Convincing
  • 💃Passionate
  • 🤔Thoughtful
  • 🚨Urgent
  • đŸ˜ŗWorried
  • 🙏Appreciative
  • 😊Humble
  • 👍Casual
  • 🤭Humorous

How to rewrite a tweet for maximum results?

It's a good practice to rewrite and repost your best performing tweets (also known as evergreen content) - the new tweet will appear fresh to your audience and not something that they have seen before from you.

Let's have a look how you can do this:

  1. Keep the core message, but add a fresh twist: Take your old tweet and add a new angle to it. This will make it seem updated and relevant.
  2. Keep it short and simple: Twitter is all about brevity, and that means you need to keep your rewritten tweet as concise as possible. Try to use fewer words while retaining the meaning of the original tweet.
  3. Use Smart AI to help you: TweetAI.com has helped to rewrite an old tweet and resulted in 20K+ impressions and 100+ likes
  4. Add a personal touch: A great way to make a tweet your own is to put your personal spin on it. Add your own thoughts or insights to help make the tweet more relatable.
  5. Check for current relevant trends and hashtags: See if there are any trending topics or popular hashtags that relate to your original tweet. You could add them in to help boost engagement.
    Twitter recently open sourced their alogrithm and it was revealed only up to one hashtag should be used.
  6. Add a call-to-action: Encourage your followers to do something, like retweeting or responding to the tweet. This will help increase engagement and lead to more followers.
by @ThePeterMick