Peter, many thanks for your comment. Indeed, Buffer will save you lots of time, just throw a few tweets in and you will be set for the whole day. Looking forward to what you think about it. BTW, we have also just pushed full analytics live for your Buffered post so you can see Clicks, Retweets and Reach.
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Riley, that is the exact realization I made when using Buffer. The tweets you put in are still your own, however you save lots of time putting them in your Buffer. When you get into the swing of throwing tweets into your Buffer without thinking about timing, it will be very efficient indeed.
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Yes, that is exactly how Buffer is useful, if you wish to be tweeting consistently every day in a hassle free way.
I see, you have really established a very tight routine on Twitter and if Twaitter helps you most to achieve that, than this is awesome. Many thanks for letting me know what you think about Buffer though. Hope we stay connected on Twitter, Justin.
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Hi, that is really awesome to hear, I am sure you will like it. For that functionality I think dlvr.it is best. However you can easily copy any link, such as a line from an RSS feed into your tweet panel via the chrome extension. Hope this helps.
Looking forward to hear how you get on with it. :)
Hi, I agree Twaitter is a great tool. I have been using it for a while, however switched over to Buffer. It handles tweet scheduling quite different. There is no need to schedule tweets individually, because your daily tweeting times are fixed. So all you do is add tweets - no scheduling.
Also you can do this right from the page you are on via the browser extensions, makes it really hassle free and convenient.
Hope you give it a try, I am sure you will like it :)
Yes, exactly, Buffer really makes it a lot simpler to add tweets to a queue in a seamless way. Really great you enjoy it Danielle!
Many thanks for your compliments! I am very glad to tell you that you can manage multiple twitter accounts with one email! This is a paid feature and you will be able to get it for 5$ a month. Hope this helps :)
Sheila, this is so great to hear! If you have any feedback about Buffer in the future, just hit me up @LeoWid. And yes, this really is the purpose, to be able focus on the engagement while your "action" is already planned out :)
Riku, That is great news! It would be great to let me know once it is posted, so we can help with pushing the article and getting more people to know about it! :)
Hi Bojan, thanks for your comment.
You are right, we have a premium plan for $30 a month. However there is also a free version and a pro plan, you can go for, if you feel this is not the money you want to pay.
In terms of "revolutionary", I believe there is always place for arguing that. The usability of Buffer is certainly a concept, which hasn't been there before. If you ever come around to trying it out, by making Buffer part of your daily routine, let me know whether your feeling has changed then. Would be really intersted to hear :).