My Secret Valentine’s Day Social Media Love
Posted by Keren Lerner
I wanted to post this today as it’s Valentine’s Day and this post is dedicated to my main love on social media.
Anyone who has been to my social media seminars knows that I rave about them, and there is a certain light in my eyes when I talk about them.
It’s actually not a person per se – although social media IS all about people and connecting with others.
Buffer is a scheduling tool (this sort of feature is available in other social media tools too) which makes it super quick and easy to share things on Twitter. You can have a free account or a paid for account and this allows you to login and set different times you would like your tweets to go out. This way, you aren’t bombarding anyone with tweets non stop all in one go, but you actually get to have your tweets nicely spaced out throughout the day.
It’s super easy to setup and use, one of the easiest interfaces online today, and so useful. I have a little widget for my Chrome browser, called “Buffer for Chrome” which means anytime I visit a post I like and want to share, I can just click the button and “Add to buffer”
Buffer was founded by two frankly awesome guys Leo and Joel, who do everything right on social media. They have an active useful blog, they allow us to get to know them as people, and they constantly develop their product to make it better for users. A real inspiration in business.
As a Valentine’s gift to you readers, here I am sharing my secret. I know you will love them too.
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Keren is the owner of Top Left Design and runs it with passion and drive. She likes writing blogs and encourages clients to actively post blogs on their websites, as there are a multitude of benefits in doing so!
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