October 1, 2013
Buffer: A Smarter Way to Share
For more than 2 years now, I have been using this amazing social media management application that lets me schedule posts to sites such as Twitter, Facebook and Google+, with so much ease. That’s why I wasn’t surprised to find out that it has already reached its 1 million registered users mark, according to Buffer co-founder Leo Widrich.
Buffer is an app that makes it easier to share content across multiple social-media accounts. This allows heavy social media users to specify the content they wish to share then Buffer automatically pushes it out on the social media platform you wish to share it on throughout the day. Aside from that (and this, for me, is the cool part), users can also set a specific publishing time for articles or posts.
According to Widrich, Twitter makes up about 60% of Buffer posts, Facebook 25%, Google+ 10%, and LinkedIn 5%.
With this app, you can get free detailed analytics on all your posts in every social network that you enroll in Buffer. You can also see how many likes, shares, and re-tweets you get at a glance, without needing to switch sites constantly.
It is also integrated and compatible with all newsreader applications. This simply means you can also read all the news worldwide in just one page.
Buffer made life quite easy for me. It has allowed me to send messages across various channels faster than just conventionally posting on my Facebook or Twitter account. Try it and optimize your social media reach!
You can also try using Bottlenose which is also an app like buffer. It just has a different feel and look but it’s basically the same. I use both.
If you’re curious and you want to experience optimized posting, do check out Buffer.
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3 Comments on “Buffer: A Smarter Way to Share”
Rica says October 1, 2013 at 11:17 am
I do use Bufferapp and I find it better than Hootsuite or any post-scheduling program. I manage a lot of sites and bufferapp saves a lot of time. They even post to google plus and linked in now. 🙂
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