Some people tend to re-tweet a lot of tweets right after they came on-line on Twitter. While re-tweeting is not a bad thing, it might be disturbing when somebody I follow spams or floods my timeline with 5 or even more re-tweets, posted in the same minute. At least, I find it disturbing.
On the other hand, clicking RT is very easy, and scheduling all these RT’s can be a huge and time-consuming job. Buffer solves the pain of scheduling tweets
What does do?
If you buffer a tweet, a Facebook or LinkedIn update buffer will add this post in your buffer queue. You define the time schedule, and buffer adds it in the next available slot. And when the time has come, buffer will post on the selected social media network.
Buffer makes your life easier with a smarter way to schedule the great content you find. Fill up your buffer at one time in the day and buffer automagically posts them for you through the day. Simply keep that Buffer topped up to have a consistent social media presence all day round, all week long.
Integration in other software
Buffer is integrated in a lot of other software. Just to give an overview I will list some applications where you can buffer your tweets:
- Pocket (formerly ReadItLater)
- Chrome , Safari, Firefox
- Google reader
And many more. For a complete overview, you can visit http://bufferapp.com/extras You can also email to a special buffer email address
Buffer also give you analytics about your posts. For a tweet, you’ll get the number of re-tweets, mentions, clicks, potential readers and favorites. So you can see which posts are most successful.
If you need more than 10 updates, or 2 team members to post or up to 12 social media profiles, you can go Awesome for $10 a month or $8.50 per month paid as $102 a year.