Keep Consistent With Social Media “Automagically”

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If you’re like me, you may sometimes get a little tired of all the talk about social media. You may even be tempted to roll your eyes at one more social media article. This article, though, is a bit different. This article is about one little tool that helps you get your social media to-dos done sooner so you can get on to other things …

There’s no denying that social media is very helpful for many businesses. I personally love the end result of social media: the several clients it’s brought me.

The downfall of social media, however, is the amount of time it takes to stay current and provide valuable information to your followers. The average social media user spends 632 minutes per month. That’s roughly 10.5 hours!

I only use Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn, but those three alone take a few hours a week. I can’t imagine if I tried to keep up with all the social media networks.

If you’re like me, you don’t have extra time just hanging around. That’s why I’m constantly on the lookout for tools and tips that will save me time and energy — especially when it comes to social media.

I previously used Hootsuite with great success, but it would still take a few hours a week to find enough valuable posts and schedule them. Then, I discovered BufferApp.

“A Smarter Way to Share”

According to, Buffer lets you “easily add great articles, pictures, and videos to your Buffer and we automagically share them for you through the day!”

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Christina Gillick


  • Hi Christina, looks very interesting and I’m definitely going to check it out. Do you know if they have an Android app so we can use it on our smart phones and tablets??? I find I’m doing more of my social media there than at my computer. . .

  • I’ve been looking for something like this. I tend to have “bursts” throughout the day, but decide to stay focused on the task and forget to come back to articles. This is a terrific tool I’m ready to try. Thanks!

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