Do you share things on Twitter and Facebook? Yes, check this app out

Mike
Mike
I've been using an app called <a href="http://www.photoboothowners.com/bufferapp">BufferApp</a> that allows me to browse the web as usually but through a simple right click I can queue items I find interesting. These go into a queue that posts them at set times I've specified. In my case 4 times daily. Looking for a way to engage your followers? I highly recommend you check it out.<div>
</div><div>By registering I will get a little bigger queue and so will you <a href="http://www.photoboothowners.com/bufferapp">http://bufferapp.com</a></div>

Comments

  • carlrez
    carlrez
    Nice! Thanks for the share...did you get a bigger queue?<div>
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  • Mike
    Mike
    The first time you use it I will. I believe you will also.<div>
    </div><div>Thanks!</div>
  • carlrez
    carlrez
    Ok, just posted something with buffer. Hopefully you got some extra queue space. :D<div>
    </div><div>Something I just realized though...I have my twitter and facebook pages connected. I also connected both accounts to my bufferapp account. So now if I buffer something, buffer posts it to my facebook and twitter, then my facebook page shows the new tweet, so it's kinda like a double post. I'll probably just use bufferapp to post to my twitter feed.</div><div>
    </div><div>Just something to consider when setting everything up...</div><div>
    </div><div>I wonder if one thing is better than the other...a direct post on facebook, or a twitter-fed post to facebook. </div>
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