Buffer App for Twitter
Buffer App. Using social media to market your website or company is a tricky, delicate affair, that’s easy to over-do. People, when barraged with a constant stream of information, tend to become desensitized and apathetic, ignoring the information altogether rather than expending the effort to read it all.
With that in mind, the reason that many Twitter-based marketing campaigns aren’t successful might become a little clearer: hyper-activity. Tweeters will lose their followers’ interest by updating them too often, and then fall into unpopularity as word spreads that their feed is trivial, intrusive, or just plain annoying.
If you have a Twitter account and use it to promote yourself, you probably will be able to sympathize with that mistake. You just want people to hear about your blog, website, or business!
Self control is difficult when you’re excited about what you are marketing. One way to mediate your overflowing tweet count and not bore your followers into abandoning you is to use a service called Buffer app for Twitter.
Buffer App is a tweet cueing application that allows you to store tweets and program how often they are released. Say, such as, that you have several new developments you need to share with your followers, but you can’t fold the news all into one tweet.
Instead of flooding your followers’ feeds with a dozen tweets in rapid succession, you can upload all the tweets you need to into Buffer app’s cue, and tell it how often to release the tweets.
Buffer app gives you options and control over your tweeting schedule; after you upload tweets to the cue, you can have them released over a span of minutes, hours, days, weeks—the time will depend on how long you set the release intervals, and how many items are in your cue.
The real benefit of Buffer app is that allows you to spread tweets out evenly, so that you can maximize your online presence, even when you aren’t online.
I will say also, however, that not even Buffer app alone can solve all of your Twitter-based marketing campaign issues. Using Buffer App can greatly increase your number of followers, but can also dehumanize you and make you seem like a bot. A good strategy when using BufferApp is to balance marketing or traffic-seeking tweets with personal, friendly tweets that remind your followers that you’re still a real person.
While there is no one final solution, Buffer App can really help you control your Twitter campaign and gain followers—as with all things, it just takes moderation and some common sense.