for the aforementioned pre-baked tweets, it’s really helpful to provide many options for the tweets. say I see a tweet about sam and pat and I want to know more, so i go into the hashtag used or I search “sam and pat” and all I see are the same two tweets copied and pasted by a bunch of people over and over again because they all have the same hashtag or keywords. that makes me not want to watch sam and pat because a) they’re spamming, b) it looks super fake and like a scam, and c) I want to know more about this show, like other people’s reviews, which is why I made this search and now I can’t because it’s filled with the same two tweets and I’m not invested in this concept enough to search for information. if you give out 10 pre-baked tweets, sure, people might double up, but at least it’ll be diverse enough that people will think people genuinely enjoy the webseries rather than people thinking it’s a scam. also, instead of super pre-baked tweets, you can have like… half pre-baked tweets? like you could provide a link to the tweet from the webseries account with the new episode link or whatever you’re promoting, and you could get people to quote the tweet and just say “watch this webseries”. that’s it. they can add more detail if they’re feeling it.