4 Buf­fer

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Buf­fer isn’t de­signed to re­place Twit­ter’s own web app – in­stead, it’s in­tended for man­ag­ing your ac­count, and is de­signed for users who take their on­line pres­ence us­ing the so­cial net­work se­ri­ously.

As its name im­plies, Buf­fer’s main pur­pose is to build a list of sched­uled posts. Once they’ve gone live, you can then mon­i­tor their per­for­mance to see what gets the best re­sponse, and when.

Buf­fer isn’t just a Twit­ter app, ei­ther – it lets you man­age LinkedIn, Face­book, In­sta­gram, and Google+ ac­counts as well. There are sev­eral vari­a­tions of Buf­fer – some for per­sonal and some for busi­ness use. Here we’re look­ing at the free op­tion, which lets you con­nect one so­cial me­dia ac­count and en­ables you to queue up to 10 of your posts for fu­ture pub­li­ca­tion – the ‘in­di­vid­ual’ paid-for ($10) ver­sion, by con­trast, en­ables you to man­age up to 10 so­cial me­dia ac­counts and sched­ule up to 100 posts.

Links are au­to­mat­i­cally short­ened, and Buf­fer lets you pick an im­age to at­tach to your tweet – ei­ther one from the linked page, or one you’ve up­loaded.

If you want to build a real pres­ence on Twit­ter, Buf­fer is well worth in­ves­ti­gat­ing.

Buf­fer lets you sched­ule your tweets so your feed is re­freshed with new con­tent through­out each and every day.

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