Have you lost followers on Twitter lately or perhaps received less likes and comments on something cool you shared on Facebook? Likely this is a result from tweeting or posting at the wrong time. Buffer a new service I have been using for a little while just today added support for Facebook which means when your browsing the web and find an amazing article or other webpage you want to share you simply click the Buffer icon in your browser or bookmarks and add the webpage to your Buffer.
What is a Buffer?
Buffer is a web-based service which links to your Twitter and Facebook account and offers extensions or apps for your browser so when your surfing the world-wide web at 4:00am and find something awesome you can share it but better yet you can share it at the right time instead of annoying your followers and friends who maybe subscribe via SMS or may not want to be bombarded by tons of shares from just you. Buffer looks at your timezone and spreads any items you add to your “Buffer” across the day so they are balanced and not too frequent.
I’m hopeful that Desktop clients like TweetDeck and MarketMeSuite will soon support this excellent service by implementing it in their client but until then you can still easily share any article, photo or webpage you visit in a courteous and balanced approach using a variety of browser add-ons and extensions they offer.
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