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Just a while ago I was saying I needed something to queue up my tweets, but I didn’t know about Buffer. I gave it a shot just today and I have to say I’m really pleased.
It can connect to Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn about queue up posts which it will then publish throughout the day.
The one thing I’m a little dissatisfied with is that I can’t change when my tweets go out. Or maybe I just haven’t found the option yet.
And as a little suggestion I think they should add Tumblr to the profiles. Even though Tumblr has a queue you can easily arrange, it would be faster to do it all in one go, alongside Facebook and Twitter.
Tweet-queuing service Buffer has introduced a very significant update that allows users of the popular social sharing service to enjoy its benefits direct from Twitter.com. A new Buffer extension for Google… http://goo.gl/6PRH4
Any help would be appreciated. Thank youuuu!