Buffer – A Smarter Way To Schedule Your Tweets

How come people like Guy Kawasaki and others have lots of followers which you can’t even imagine? Simple, they are continuously tweeting insanely good tweets. With Buffer you can tweet consistently all day long and share great information. You will get more replies and retweets than you did before and you will attract more people to engage with and follow you.


Buffer makes your life easier with a smarter way to schedule tweets. Work out all your tweets at one point in time during the day. Then fill up your Buffer with your tweets and Buffer schedules them for you. Simply keep that Buffer topped up and you will then be tweeting consistently all day round, all week long. Buffer has a decent free account option, which you can try.

Four Reasons Why You Should Try Buffer

  • #1 – Get More Followers : By consistently sharing great information, your fans will love you. They’ll tell others and you’ll attract more people.
  • #2 – Drive more conversations : Make it easy to engage with your friends, fans or customers even when you’re too busy to be around.
  • #3 – Simple is beautiful : Their software is intuitive and refreshingly simple.
  • #4 – Flexible pricing : It’s not nice to be locked into something. Cancel at any time with no setup or cancellation fees.

They schedule your tweets to have the highest impact and reach with your followers. 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Once you top up that Buffer you’ll feel great knowing you are sharing good content with your followers over the next days.

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Pradeep Kumar

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11 thoughts on “Buffer – A Smarter Way To Schedule Your Tweets”

  1. Actually, you can get more followers from the tweets and it could be more useful for all the people.

  2. This sounds like TweetDeck or HootSuite. Both have free tweet scheduling capabilities. Is Buffer better for any reason?

  3. This sound slike it offers the same features as TweetDeck or HootSuite. You can scheudle tweets there for free as well. Is Buffer better for any reason?

  4. I have tried Buffer. It works like a charm. The chrome addon helps a lot.

  5. Does buffer work in other browsers? (Specifically I’m curious about Safari.)

    Also, can you use Buffer to schedule tweets that are not intended to just tweet articles and such from the web? (i.e.: original content tweets.) I know Tweetdeck can do both, but if Buffer can do both, it does look a bit easier.

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