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Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin, Google (combined) I use Buffer for scheduling and sharing my posts to Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin and Google throughout the day, at the optimal times.
It;s a super easy to use tool, and includes detailed analytics so you know what’s working where, why and when.
Lifetime statistics, cross-posting, multiple accounts, etc. If you’re serious about Twitter, this is a great app. Note: There are thousands of Twitter apps (literally).
Also, at my social media speaking engagements hither and yon I’m often asked what tools I use.
So, I took a personal inventory and created this overview of the 39 social media tools I use daily.
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Amenophis biography Amenophis was founded in 1978 by Michael Roessman, Wolfgang Vollmuth, and Stefan Roessmann.
Objective Marketer This power-user Twitter app is the preferred vehicle for Guy Kawasaki.
I use Objective Marketer for all of my in-advance Tweets, and when I want to engage in some headline and/or time of day testing.The best part is their browser extension that let’s you “buffer” and share any web page, photo, even a text excerpt.You’ll also see that you can use Buffer to share content right on this blog (see the Buffer icon up next to Twitter and Facebook).I do this only occasionally, however, as my friends/followers on each site don’t have much overlap.Tweetie This extremely intuitive Mac-only app is my hour-to-hour choice for Twitter.Amazingly, it seems like there’s more social media tools than Jonas brothers, with the gap growing every day.