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Peak hours for social media posts

1591d64663a9e793334f5ea679479a1b.png?t=1Posting pictures, article and other links on social media sites can be tricky sometimes. To maximize your effective in reaching your target audiences here is a breakdown of the peak hours to post to some of the more popular social media sites:

Facebook: 1pm to 4pm
Twitter: 1pm to 3pm
LinkedIn: 7am to 9am; 5pm to 6pm
Google+: 9am to 11am
Pinterest: 2pm to 4pm; 8pm to 1am

mark rask
this sounds right
Wade Golden
This sounds about right, but I'm curious how you arrived at this. Did you study and/or test it yourself? I'm interested because this is something I would like to do more of at my dealership, and hadn't really thought about peak hours before reading this.
Chris Halsey
Wade, There are numerous sources, from articles and infographics, that all validate these figures. One of the most recent came from Entreprenuer.com and also features the worst times to post. http://www.entrepreneur.com/article/232969?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed:+entrepreneur/latest+%28Entrepreneur%29&es_p=52894#

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