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  • Writer's pictureEmma Dumel


Are you sick of spending hours every day posting to your social media accounts? Try using a social media scheduler to get your time back.

Social media schedulers are tools that let you plan and automate when and what you post on social media. You can save time and effort with these tools because they let you plan and schedule your social media content ahead of time. This means you don't have to log in and post every update by hand.

There are many different social media schedulers, and each one has its own set of features and pricing plans. Metricool, HeyOrca, Buffer and Sprout Social are all well-known choices.

One of the best things about using a social media scheduler is that you can set up posts ahead of time. This can be especially helpful for businesses and people who have to manage a lot of social media accounts or who want to post content at certain times. For example, you might want to schedule a series of tweets to go out at different times of the day or a Facebook post to go up at a time when you know most of your audience will be online.

Social media schedulers are also helpful because they let you set up content to be reposted at regular times. This can be helpful for content that will always be relevant or that you want to bring back to your followers' attention. You could, for example, set up a blog post to be shared on Twitter once a week or a Facebook post to be shared again once a month.

A lot of social media schedulers have features like analytics and tools for managing social media in addition to being able to schedule posts. For example, Agorapulse gives you data about how well you do on social media and gives you tools to manage your accounts and talk to your followers.

There are a few important things to think about when choosing a social media scheduler:

Features: Think about what you need and how the features of the scheduler you're thinking about meet those needs. Do you need tools to analyze and track your performance? Multiple account management? The ability to plan ahead for content? Make sure the scheduler you choose has all the features you need.

Pricing: Look at the different schedulers' pricing plans and pick one that fits your budget. Keep in mind that options that cost more may have more features, but you may not need them.

Ease of use: Think about how easy it is to use the scheduler and how well you can get around it. Look for schedulers with an interface that is easy to use.

Compatibility: Make sure the scheduler you choose works with the social media sites you use. Some schedulers may only work on certain platforms, so make sure to check this before making a decision.

Customer service: Look for schedulers that offer good customer service via email, phone, or live chat. This is especially important if you run into problems with the scheduler.

By thinking about these things, you can find a social media scheduler that fits your needs and helps you run your social media accounts well.

Overall, social media schedulers can be helpful for anyone who wants to save time and effort on their social media marketing. A social media scheduler can help you stay organized and streamline your social media efforts, whether you're a business owner, a social media manager, or just a person who wants to better manage their own accounts.

For more information about how to choose a social media scheduler check out this article I wrote for Social Media Pro Social Media Schedulers: Which One Is Right For You?

Disclosure: I only endorse things that I personally use for my business or that have come highly recommended by clients or colleagues. If you decide to grab anything that I have mentioned using my referral links, I may get a small commission. There is no extra cost to you

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