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How to Schedule Your Twitter Posts

Posted by on November 8, 2016 in interesting, technology

If you want to schedule your Twitter posts to go out at a future date, you actually have several different options available. We’re going to take a look at everything you can do to schedule future tweets easily and without a lot of hassles or headaches. The good news is that it’s really easy to do. The bad news is that you’re going to have to pick one of the ways to use yourself.

 

How to Schedule Tweets

Here’s a look at several specific ways to schedule tweets to be posted at future times.


Official

The official way to schedule future paid tweets on Twitter is to check out the online tool they have to do this when you’re setting up your marketing campaign. They announced that this feature was finally available on October 14, 2013 – and the people rejoiced.

Twuffer 

The name sounds a like Twitter, but this is an external service that allows you to link your Twitter account so that you can schedule tweets to go out at a future date and time. It’s really simple to use.

FutureTweets 

Yes, another Twitter schedule service online. This one is also really simple to use and you can schedule your tweets for free. Be sure to read the terms of service closely when you’re signing up for this one.


LaterBro 

With a funny name and a super easy to use interface, this online service is another favorite of people who tweet frequently. If you want something simple and straightforward, this is the online service for you.

Gremlyn

These guys offer a wide range of social media management tools. Among them is an easy way for you to schedule tweets to post in the future. Take a look around at all the other great applications they have for social media as well.

Social Oomph

You’ll need to register for this service with a working email account, but that’s pretty much standard these days. They offer quite a few social media services for free, including the ability to schedule Twitter posts easily.

Hootsuite

You’ve probably heard of Hootsuite before, but you might not know that they also make it easy to schedule Twitter posts for future times and dates. If you want a robust way to manage your social media accounts that is web based, this is the way to go.


If you need to schedule Twitter posts including water skiing on beaches, swimming in luxury pools and birthday posts for the future, using any of the above methods will work. It all comes down to what’s easiest for you. Having a lot of different options is a good thing. The best way to determine which one is right for you is to try them all out yourself and see which method you’re most comfortable with using.

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