How to Use Postwise AI to Write Better Tweets

Just like any tool, getting the best results from the Postwise AI Writer depends on what you put into it.
But don't worry, we've got you covered.
Here are a few tips and tricks to help you get the best results from the AI Writer:

1. Use broad or opinionated topics

Broad and opinonated topics are 2 different ways of asking Postwise to write tweets for you. 

Broad example:

" success" - this is an example of a broad topic as it's a wide ranging topic with lots of result possibilities:

As you can see you get a great tweet that is linked to success - it may even give you a new perspective on the topic you didn't previously realise 💭

Opinionated example:

" life is a video game" - this is an example of an opinionated topic as it's much more specific to my given opinion:

As you can see this is a great tweet that would likely do very well, and spans off (and agrees) with our original idea.

By entering just " success" you will get great tweets, however by turning it into an opinionated tweet, something like " success comes when you love what you do" you're far more likely to get a wider range of results.
Experiment with the two and see what you like more!

2. Use some Inspiration

The key to great AI results from Postwise is in giving it interesting topics to write about. If you're not sure what to speak on, take a look at our Inspiration Library which features top trending tweets from accounts around the world.

For example, take this tweet by Alex Hermozi which sits under the Thoughts & Opinions category:

This inspires me to look into ideas around " burnout is a myth" so I put that into Postwise and get these awesome results:

All of these are great tweets.

3. Add some context

Try entering something after your term like " history" or "benefits", etc. 

Some word that takes it in a certain direction.

For example, I tweet on productivity and I'd like some thread ideas around it's history. So, I simply enter: productivity history

This is a great way to get new fresh topic ideas instead of entering just "productivity" - get inventive and see what you can create!

4. Avoid current events

The data we've used to train Postwise covers a huge chunk of information in existence. However, if there's a recent event, there's a good chance Postwise doesn't know about it yet and therefore you won't get good results from asking about it.

Try to speak about wider topic ideas, or older historical information.

5. Use a topic generator

Postwise is only as good as the topics you put into it, so coming up with interesting topic ideas is key to getting great results.

Use a tool like Hubspot's Blog Ideas Generator to create interesting topic ideas that you can use.

For example, I'll put in the term " fitness" which gives me an interesting idea for a Tweet:

I put "fitness expectations vs reality" into Postwise and get this awesome tweet idea:

Try different topics and see what works best for you and your audience!

6. Use tone modifiers

Let's say you use the above example, and when you put in " fitness expectations vs reality" you get a bunch of results that are critical of the fitness industry and not the kind of content you'd ever post. Postwise has misread your expected tone, and adding a tone modifier can give you better results.

Instead, try the following:  fitness expectations vs reality (motivational)

Doing so will tell Postwise that you want motivational posts, this gives us posts like this:

As you can see this pushes Postwise into writing more motivational posts that are more likely aligned to your intended tone.


If you want to get the best results from the AI Tweet Writer, then you need to be willing to put in some time and effort to write great tweets.

You need to be willing to experiment with different topics, and see what works and what doesn't.
If you do all of these things, then you'll be well on your way to getting the best results from our AI Writer!
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