Social media is the way business owners advertise today and the frequency of posting can and will determine the traffic we see coming onto our websites. Here are some interesting pieces of information in regard to the scheduling of social media posts. There is a helpful schedule planning guide link at the bottom that works along with this article to explain more documentation on how to build your traffic.
Twitter is only one of many social media locations where readers will browse to obtain news. Interestingly, certain time frames will obtain higher views. For example, the best time to post on Twitter has been discovered between 8pm to midnight as the writer will have more persons review tweet and URL post. Other interesting news is in the area of Facebook, to build and keep your followers plan a schedule of five to 10 posts throughout the week.
More intriguing is on the area of Linked In as they are a professional website so many businesses are present and keeping watch over what takes place. Statistics have shown there is not much activity. With that being said, if you keep your posting to once a day on Linked In you’ll be just fine and you’re followers will not get frustrated. On a more interesting note in the area of Google+, there are many who do use this and many persons who have built circles of followers. To keep those followers and not lose them it is suggested to post twice a day during the week.
Of course business owners need their sleep and cannot be expected to post at 3am. There are a few posting applications that will automatically do this activity at specific time frames. It is a matter of finding the particular item that best works for social media needs. Research to find the best but this article guide will assist your social media planning.
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