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10 Tools To Schedule Your Tweet On Twitter

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Twitter is a Social networking and microblogging service utilising instant messaging, SMS or a web interface.
Last year october , Twitter updated its advertising tools on Monday, enabling marketers to schedule and publish tweets directly from Twitter.
If you’re not a Twitter business user but you really want to schedule your tweet on twitter appeals to you,
Then this tutorial is for you.

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Many third-party applications have therefore been developed to make Twitter easier to use and abilities is to schedule Twitter updates.

10 tools to schedule your tweet on twitter

1.HootSuite

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Hootsuite allows you to schedule and publish updates across multiple social network like Twitter, HootSuite also allows you to add RSS feeds to your account to update your social networks when new posts are available from your own blog as well as others. HootSuite also monitor keywords, manage multiple Twitter Accounts, Facebook and also schedule tweets for later.

 

 

2. Dlvr.it

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Dlvr.it checks your feed for updates and posts to your social networks. You now have more control than ever over your content distribution to Twitter, Facebook and beyond. see the work on techcribng page

3.Twuffer

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With Twuffer you can compose a list of future tweets and schedule their release via a simple calendar-based interface. Once you’ve signed in and authorized the service, you will be able to view a list of scheduled and sent tweets. It is also great tool for bloggers to use.

4. FutureTweets

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FutureTweets is a free service that lets you schedule your Twitter messages. Send it at a specific time in future or re-send Tweet daily, weekly, monthly or yearly!.
FutureTweets is very simple. You just need to Sign in, set your timezone, write your tweet, set the time and date you want it to be updated on Twitters and click “Schedule.” it also allows you to fadd emoticons and “flip” your tweet, so the text appears upside down. It is a great tool to try.

5. Buffer
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Buffer is a no-nonsense web application that lets you designate fixed times for your tweets to go off. I love this app because , It allows you to set up a specific scheduling pattern. Update that is set up with Buffer will be set out at the next available time slot.
Updates can be sent to your Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn accounts. You can use Buffer to update one Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn account for free with up to 10 updates scheduled at a time. It also has a Pro plan for $10 per month that allows you to have up to six social media accounts and up to 50 scheduled updates or a Premium plan for $99 per month which allows you to have unlimited social media accounts and scheduled updates

6. Tycoon Scheduler
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Tycoon Scheduler allows you schedule your updates for any time in the future, or post directly to Twitter live. It is a great tool to try.

7. Socialoomph
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Socialoomph is a free social networking tool that allows you to save tweets that you might want to schedule again and again. It Boost your social media productivity it doesn’t have to be a manual time-consuming process!. Easily schedule updates, find quality people to follow, and monitor social media activity!

8. TweetsQueue
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TweetsQueue lets you build a queue of tweets for your Twitter account. The tools also allows to set in a configurable time interval.

9. Later Bro
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it also help you to Schedule Tweets For Later. You can schedule recurring twitter updates or schedule tweets from multiple Twitter accounts!.

10. Gremln

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Gremln also known as (Twaitter) provides users with “Best-In-Class” scheduling tools to help you time your social media strategies to the minute with Gremln’s finely calibrated scheduling system..

In the comments below, let us know if you are using any of these tools, What are your experiences with the tools? Do you have any others and if you be pre-writing future tweets, and why.

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  1. metz

    July 10, 2014 at 3:20 pm

    With these tools, anyone can schedule tweets up to a year in advance on any date and time that they choose. It went very awesome from the time Twitter announced that advertisers now have the ability to schedule tweets.

    FutureTweets is easy to use. All you need is to first of course, Sign in, you need to set your time zone, write your tweet, then set the time and date you want it to hit the Twitters and click “Schedule.”

    To wrap it up, thanks for the share.

    This is quite a lot. More power and have a great day!

    I found this post shared on Kingged.com, the Internet marketing social bookmarking site, and I “kingged” it and left this comment.

  2. Segun Balogun

    Segun Balogun

    July 10, 2014 at 4:36 pm

    Hi Metz,
    I really Love the way you explain and analyse the “Future Tweet”, i’m so happy…
    Feel free to share it with your love ones.
    Thanks a lot for the Contribution.

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Techplus 2016 : Photos From Second edition of Nigeria’s largest tech gathering

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The second edition of Nigeria’s largest tech gathering , Techplus 2016, with the theme ‘A Connected World’ scheduled to take place from the 21st to 23rd July 2016, commenced on Thursday at the Eko Hotel and Suites. This event is a gathering of people involved in technology at all levels, including gaming, Blogging , Startup , programming and education. This exhibition also serves as a platform for tech enthusiasts to share knowledge and network as well as a marketplace for consumers and businesses. The opening session featured several exclusive VIP sessions and the gaming tournament.

This is the best tech event we at techcribng have attended , so far this year , …Below are some picture about the great innovation and the event in general.

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West African Bloggers Conference Set To Hold In Lagos From May 15-16 2015.

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Building relationships with other fellow bloggers and website owners is the best thing you can do for your online presence.So are you aiready for the West Africa Bloggers Conference . This might not the be the biggest conference for bloggers in Africa but its a must attend for long term bloggers, newbies and aspiring bloggers who want to acquire more knowledge. The conference is scheduled to hold on 15 and 16 May, 2015 at Berkeley Hotel, Ikeja Lagos. Expected speakers at the conference include Bayo Adekambi, Chief Marketing Officer, MTN Nigeria, Jonathan Doerr, Managing Director, Jumia Nigeria, Valentine Obi, Managing Director of eTranzact and several others
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And the benefits?

Networking opportunities for bloggers and SM managers in West Africa.
Learning opportunities.
Access to new digital tools.
Knowledge sharing.
Expose revenue opportunities to bloggers and SM managers in West Africa.
Expose digital trends.
Discuss creative solutions in digital publishing.
Interact with Digitally inclined brand in West Africa.

Log on to www.westafricabloggersconference.com to register a seat. Although you can stream the event live or follow the twitter feeds of the event via the hashtag #WABCLagos2015, nothing compares to being there and getting to network with the best in the sector.

This awesome conference is powered by Jumia NG and lot more I hope to see you at the conference.

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5 Tips to become a successful blogger

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Blogging is the act of posting content on a blog (a Web log or online journal) or posting comments on someone else’s blog.
Blogging is very popular today because it allows people to interact with each other. Blogging has also become a popular search engine optimization (SEO) tool because search engines like Google and Yahoo know that a blog is frequently updated with content or visitor comments, so their spiders visit blogs frequently looking for new content to include in their index.

Let’s get one thing out of the way

Blogging is difficult and if you want to get the kind of traffic and exposure you really want then you need to stay within a niche in which you are very good at. It really does not have to be something you have been doing for ever, it only needs to be something you love doing. Simply put, write about your passion.

Having said that, Akeem Baiyewu an editor of punch explained that you don’t really  need to be an expert in a particular niche before you begin to sound and look-like an expert in that field. This article is for would-be bloggers who need to write great content about a niche they really do not know much about.

Do you know it is easy to be an authority in a particular niche? All you need is the dedication and ample time to do your research and our old good friend, the Internet. If you have a lot of time, you could go learn about the niche you want to write about. That could take anything from over 52 weeks or more but if you are on a deadline, here are some simple tips that can help you write about any niche. You can also use it to improve your writing in your present niche.

5 Tips to become a successful blogger

Do your homework

One of the easiest ways to write about any topic is to learn all you can about it. Let’s take an example. I want to write about surgical procedures. The first point to consider is to fire up my browser and type the word “surgery” into my browser. What I want to achieve at this point is to know all I can about surgery and to get a feel of how other people have written about the topic. You can also do this if you can lay your hands on publications or magazines that discuss the topic. What you will be looking for at this point apart from learning the rudiment is to note down links to researches, quotes, expert names and sources that were mentioned and anything else that can be of interest. Most especially you want to know what interest people about the topic.

Talk to experts

After following step 1, you are now in a better position from where you started. You now have a better understanding of the industry and issues that people love to talk about. In the process of your research, you might have come across an expert who had discussed any issue pertaining to the topic you are interested in. This is possible if you have followed the links you came across earlier in your research. Now is the time to take it a notch further. Interviewing two or three experts will give you a better insight into the topic and you might even stumble upon facts or figures that have not been previously discussed. You can even ask them for a quote or reference. If the expert is not in your country, you can research their contact details or simply shoot them a tweet online. People really don’t want unnecessary interruption so you have to be as authentic as possible.

Follow your leads

By this point you should have plenty of leads, quotes, figures and fact. Once you have been able to cross check all facts and stats, you can begin to write your first draft. The idea of this draft is to see if you have been able to piece together a puzzle which you do not understand.

After writing this first draft, you want to see if your article needs improvement. There are no set rules or procedures for writing your draft but it is important to state that it is usually a good idea to leave your first draft for at least 24 hours before coming back to it. Once you come back to it, you want to read it again and see how it turns out by putting all the pieces together.

Once you do this, you need to see if there are no glaring omissions. When writing a great piece, you need to be as specific as possible!

When you feel confident you can write with authority, it’s time to do just that.

Putting it all together

This is where you put everything you have been writing together. At this point, you will be dotting the ‘I’s and crossing the ‘t’s.

Conclusion

Writing about any topic can be fun if you are ready to put in the leg work required. Try this technique and let me know how well it worked for you in the comment section

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