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Easily Schedule Retweets From Twitter.com With The New Buffer Extension

Twitter scheduling platform Buffer has just unveiled their newest update, which allows users to schedule tweets and retweets from Twitter.com.

With the new Buffer extension, users will be able to schedule their tweets and those they want to retweet for set times in the future, so they aren’t bombarding their followers with 10 messages in a row (which, trust me, can get really annoying, really fast).
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Buffer And Tweriod Team Up To Answer The Question “When Is The Best Time To Tweet?”

It’s one of the age-old questions of Twitter: When should you tweet? You could be sending out the most profound tweets in the universe, but if none of your followers is online to see them, they’re just going to disappear into the ether.

Social timing is key to finding success on Twitter – and Buffer and Tweriod are teaming up to take all the work out of figuring out when to tweet, helping you get your tweets in front of the most eyeballs, every time.
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When Is Automation OK On Twitter?

Twitter is all about personalization, accountability, transparency… everything that automation isn’t. Still, there are some cases where automating part of your Twitter account is actually beneficial – as long as you know when and what to automate.
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CoTweet Shuts Down Free Service: 5 (Free) Twitter App Alternatives You Can Use

Earlier this week, the makers of Twitter dashboard CoTweet announced that it would no longer be offered as a free service. As of February 15, any individuals or businesses using CoTweet will be required to start paying for it, or find an alternative.

So you’re not left in the lurch when CoTweet’s free service shuts down, we’ve compiled 5 of the best alternatives for all your Twitter management needs – and they’re all free.
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Buffer Launches iPhone App So You Can Schedule Your Tweets On The Go

If you haven’t tried Buffer yet, you should. It’s a light-weight, simple tool for scheduling your tweets when your followers will see them, so you get more clicks, retweets and mentions.

And Buffer has just launched its brand new iPhone app, making it even easier for you to pop your tweets into your Buffer and let the magic happen – while you’re on the subway, at a restaurant or in the park.
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Buffer Your Tweets Within Vienna RSS So They Get The Most Impact

Buffer is certainly shaping up to be the little Twitter app that could. It offers the simply functionality of scheduling your tweets to go live when they will be seen by the most people, but it does so in a big way.

You can schedule tweets from your browser, smartphone, Twitter.com, email with Buffer, and now they’ve added a partnership with Vienna RSS to the mix to enable you to schedule tweets from within your RSS reader.
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Don’t Hit The “Tweet” Button On The Next Article You Read… Click “Buffer” Instead

The folks at Buffer – the simple Twitter scheduling tool that gets you 200 percent more clicks on your links – have just released a Buffer Button for websites. Now, whenever you want to share an article on Twitter, you can hit “Buffer” and it will be scheduled to go live at the best time of day.
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Tweet Your Social Content More Efficiently With Buffer And Ifttt

Buffer is one of the darling Twitter apps of the tweet elite. It allows you to add content items – a link, a retweet – to your buffer, and schedules them to be tweeted from your Twitter account at optimal time throughout the day.

Now, Buffer has expanded how you can share your social content by partnering with Ifttt (If this then that). The combo of these two apps now lets you share nearly anything you like on the web with your Twitter followers, at the best time of day to see high engagement rates.
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Buffer – The Twitter App That Can Get You 200% More Clicks – Now Available On Android

The first mobile version of Buffer has hit the Android Market, and it’s a slick product.

Now, you can send updates to Twitter at the times that they’ll see the most impact while you’re on the go from your Android device.
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Using Buffer Increases Clicks By 200%, Doubles Retweets

Want to double the number of retweets you see? Or how about add over 100 new followers in 3 weeks (without buying them, or participating in a Twitter pyramid scheme)?

By using Buffer, the company says you’ll see all this and more.
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