Do you find it difficult managing all of your social media networks? If you are not careful, you could find yourself wasting valuable studio time. In this article discover some twitter tools that will save you time.
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4 Twitter Tools to Save You Time
The free membership allows you to schedule up to ten posts per social media site. Buffer will spread your posts throughout the day, or you can set a specific time. You can attach photos, videos, and animated GIF to your posts.
You will know what posts are performing the best with Buffer’s analytics.
With Buffer, you can set up your posts once a day and spend the rest of the time you saved in the studio.
Twitshot – TwitShot is a free site that allows you to create a tweet and add an image quickly. Just add your text, URL, and click on an image you would like for the tweet.
If you prefer to tweet in real time, this site will save you time by not having to crop, save and upload images for your tweets.
Spruce – Spruce is also a free site that is similar to Twitshot. The difference is you can pick from images that are available or upload your own. After you have selected your image, just add your text and tweet.
Rite Tag – Rite Tag is a tool that helps you find the best hashtags for your tweets. They offer a free and paid membership.
With the free membership, all you have to do is type in a keyword from your post, and it will give you a recommended list of hashtags for your tweet.
You try to juggle many things throughout your busy day. With these tools, you will now be able to breathe a little easier.
Have you tried any of these Twitter tools? Are you using different ones? What are your favorite Twitter tools that help you save time? I would love to hear from you.
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