Let Homesync post so you don’t have to.

Let Homesync post so you don’t have to.

Automating a business process is key to the success of any small business. Fortunately, automating your social media strategy on Homesync is super simple.


Unlike other automation mechanisms, we don’t post things you don’t like. With homesync, all you have to do is choose some content and create a few drafts. After you’ve created your drafts, simply turn on ‘Smart Posting’ and you’ll never have to schedule a post again.


Homesync will intelligently post your drafts at optimal times to the correct networks. No scheduling needed.



How it works:

Homesync allows you to create drafts for future posts. Once you create a draft, you can tell homesync which social networks you want this draft to be published to. Once you approve a draft, the post will be ready for smart posting. You will need to have 15 approved drafts for smart posting to be enabled. This is to ensure that you are not repeating the same content over a short period of time on your pages.


Once you enable smart posting with your drafts, Homesync will use an intelligent algorithm and automatically post drafts that you have approved for you. Smart posting uses the latest analytics and data from social networks to find the most optimum time for a post to be posted. It also makes sure that it cycles through your posts so it doesn't repeat the same posts in a short time frame on the same social network.


Once a post has been posted to social media, Homesync also keeps track of the post and will use the data it finds to optimize the next time the post will be published. For example, if a post has been posted twice, once on a weekday and once on a weekend, but the post on the weekend performed much better, Homesync will try to recreate the same engagement by posting that post on another weekend.



How You Can Keep Track:

Though there is a lot going on under the hood when you enable smart posting, all the information is streamlined for you in the Smart Posting section of your account. There you will be able to see the number of times a post has been posted, where it's been posted to, and which posts are likely to post next.

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