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Buffer Updated Social Posting Scheduler

Mixing In Scheduled Posts Is Not Bad - Now it's Even Easier With Buffer's New Social Media Post Scheduling Tool

I have been a huge fan of Buffer as a company and a tool for the past few years. I use their "Awesome" plan, and have the maximum of 12 social media accounts (Facebook Personal and Pages, Twitter, G+ Page and LinkedIn) connected to it.

There's a Buffer extension available for Chrome and Firefox, apps for iPhone and Android, and the integration with both Twitter and Facebook make it really easy to use and accessible anywhere.

The other day, I clicked on the Buffer extension icon in Google Chrome to schedule a link for publishing, and noticed a new tab in the popup - New Scheduler. Wow was I impressed! It's designed beautifully and easy to use.

Buffer New Scheduler Tab - Select Your Accounts, Select Your Times and Go!

I find this update extremely useful when scheduling the same post to be re-posted over a series of days, since there's a good chance that most of your fans/followers/friends/connections are not seeing every update you publish. It's also a good visual way to stagger your post times across networks.

Scheduling the same post for multiple times across multiple platforms has never been easier!

Have you had any experience with Buffer? What do you think of this new scheduler? Would it convince you to start using it, if you haven't already?

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Russ Chandler
Nice article, Buffer is the bomb!

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