how do you automate twitter posts?

by Nina Petrov 9 replies
I'm wondering how do you automate twitter posts?

I've been using Socialooph, but the free version, you have to re-que it about once a month. So it's been okay, but ideally I'm wondering if there's some better way, where you can set it and forget it. But something that's free to use?

What do you suggest???
#social media #automate #posts #twitter
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    Why Automate Twitter?

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    I use Tweriod to automate my post timing when users are online.
    Though I don't have the screenshots. But here is the process how to automate your tweet collected from the internet-


    Just sign up. Then go to your dashboard and click on My Analysis to get a free premium analysis.

    On the results page, you’ll see which time periods give you the most exposure on weekends and weekdays. For example, the Twitter account below has the most exposure on weekdays from 5 to 7 PM and 8 to 9 PM.


    On weekends, this account gets the most exposure from 5 to 6 PM and 8 to 10 PM.


    On your dashboard, you can also see when your followers are online. The results below show that followers are active between the same time periods on weekdays and weekends.



    Set Up a Posting Schedule in Buffer
    A scheduling tool like Buffer can save you a lot of time with your Twitter account. Here’s how to set up your own scheduling plan.
    After you sign in with your Twitter account, click on the Schedule menu.
    Make sure the time zone matches the settings of your Twitter account.

    According to when your followers are most active, set up a posting schedule for weekdays and weekends. It’s up to you to decide how often you want to post content. You may want to experiment with different posting schedules to see what works best for you.


    Buffer has a beta feature that will identify the best times to post during the day by analyzing your past 5,000 interactions (likes, favorites, clicks, etc.) and similar profiles in the same time zone. On the Schedule page, scroll down and click on the Try Optimal Timing Tool (Beta) link.

    You can specify how many times you want to post per day, and the tool will calculate the optimal times for posting. Click on the Submit button.


    Next, you’ll see a list of optimal times for you to post on Twitter, according to Buffer.



    More details about it you can search over the internet. I love this software. And with this you can easily scheduled your post.

    There are many others like this-
    • Twuffer
    • FutureTweets
    • LaterBro
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  • Profile picture of the author Nina Petrov
    is that free?
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  • Profile picture of the author Shaun Marrs
    I used to use follow liker and it worked ok, Mass Planner looked better but the tool is no longer for sale now .
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  • Profile picture of the author BradKasten
    You can do a lot of automated twitter posting with IFTTT.

    You can automatically retweet when a user tweets.
    You can retweet based on twitter search.
    You can use google assistant to post tweets and a bunch more.

    I'm not sure if that's what you're looking for but IFTTT is free and maybe worth a look.
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  • Profile picture of the author techibhai
    There are a lot (I mean a lot!) of twitter automation tools you can use

    Buffer
    Hootsuite
    IFTT
    Tweriod

    I am using Buffer for scheduled posting on twitter and other social media platform.
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  • Profile picture of the author Rhadoo7
    One that I've used and it's free (50 tweets per month) is Twuffer. It works quite good
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  • Profile picture of the author ryanbiddulph
    Social Oomph is my tool of choice Nina. But I am huge on a bit of automating and lots of natural, manual engagement. This is how you inspire folks to click your links; use TweetDeck or Twitter itself to pop in for 10 to 30 minutes daily to engage folks, to thank RTers and to RT other folk's stuff. Best way to get solid returns on the network and then you can do some light automation through SO.

    Ryan
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  • Profile picture of the author baylorj
    I use Buffer also. It is easy to use.
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  • Profile picture of the author kahlir
    Buffer,Hootsuite ,IFTT,Tweriod these are the some of the tool i know to automate twitter posts..
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