25 Creative Tweet Prompts to Help You Banish (140 Character) Writer’s Block

While it may seem that some prolific Twitterati never run out of things to say in 140 characters or less, our guess is they struggle with Twitter writer’s block from time to time just like the rest of us. It isn’t always easy to condense your ideas down into 140 characters. We’ve got 25 creative tweet prompts for you, to help you banish Twitter writer’s block and spice up your output.

You can use these prompts to reinvigorate your tweeting if you’re stuck for something to say. We don’t recommend stretching too far if you’ve really got nothing on your mind, but just use this as a “cheat sheet” of sorts to add a creative twist to your tweets and get yourself out of a rut.

    Finish the sentence:

  1. Twitter is best used for…
  2. I can’t believe [trending topic] is trending because…
  3. My favorite celebrity tweeter is…
  4. If I could change one thing about Twitter it would be…
  5. I can’t stand it when people tweet about…
  6. I love using Twitter on my smartphone because…
  7. Questions to ask your followers

  8. How do you find useful things to tweet?
  9. Have you ever participated in #FollowFriday?
  10. When did you join Twitter? Why?
  11. How often do you change your bio pic?
  12. Which do you use Twitter to do more of, listen or share?
  13. What was the best tweet you’ve ever read?
  14. Who is your favorite person to follow on Twitter?
  15. Do you tweet from your computer or smartphone more often?
  16. What dashboard do you use to access Twitter?
  17. Tips and advice

  18. Tell your followers one of your best productivity tips
  19. Tweet about one Twitter account you find extremely useful
  20. Share a piece of advice for people in your niche
  21. Explain one type of Twitter etiquette you think others might not know about
  22. Recommend a trend that you find interesting
  23. Share any cool Twitter tools you’ve found
  24. Misc.

  25. Hold a 15 minute competition to see who can tweet the funniest joke
  26. Ask for help with a project you’re working on
  27. Conduct a poll
  28. Share a positive thought or quote