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7 Tips to Get ‘Threading’

Alright, so you've decided to take the plunge and give Threads a whirl. Good for you! Here's a quick and dirty guide to getting started, served up with a side of wit.

7 Tips to Get ‘Threading’

Download and Sign Up:

First things first, you'll need to download the app. It's like getting a ticket to the hottest show in town. Once you've got it, sign up using your Instagram account. It's like getting backstage access using your VIP pass.

Click here to get started. 

Import Your Audience:

One of the best things about Threads is that you can bring your Instagram followers with you. It's like throwing a housewarming party and all your old neighbors show up. Just remember, with great power comes great responsibility. Similar to a recent article we shared on email marketing, this still rings true, Don't spam your followers with too much content too soon.

Explore the Platform:

threads-screensNow that you're in, take a look around. It's like being in a new city. You wouldn't just sit in your hotel room, would you? Explore the features, see what other people are doing, and get a feel for the place.

Start Posting:

Once you've got the lay of the land, it's time to start posting. Remember, content is king. But don't just regurgitate what you post on Instagram or Twitter. Threads is a new platform with a new audience. Be original, be engaging, and most importantly, be yourself.

Engage with Your Audience:


Don't just talk at your audience, talk with them. Respond to comments, ask questions, and be active. It's like being at a party. You wouldn't just stand in the corner talking to yourself, would you? 

Monitor Your Progress:

Keep an eye on how your posts are doing. Which ones get the most engagement? What time of day do your followers seem most active? It's like being a detective, but instead of solving crimes, you're solving the mystery of what your audience wants. Are you a/b testing your content ? 

Don't Overcommit:

Remember, Threads is still new. It's like dating someone you just met. You wouldn't propose on the first date, would you? So don't pour all your resources into Threads just yet. Test the waters, see how it goes, and then decide if it's worth your time.

And there you have it! Seven steps to get you started on Threads. Just remember, social media is a marathon, not a sprint. So, take your time, have fun, and who knows? Maybe Threads will be your new favorite platform. We're certainly intrigued by the opportunities it brings. 

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