Why you should schedule posts

Why you should schedule posts

Social media never turns off, but you need some rest.

Google+ is the most popular social network in the morning, Tweeting is a lunchtime ordeal, Facebook gets hot at 3pm, Tumblr has a siesta in the early afternoon, and LinkedIn takes a vacation on Mondays and Fridays.

These are all statistics that help you decide of when you should post on social networks, but that is not the entire story. Social media never sleeps, and neither should your marketing strategy. Whether you're followers are based on the east coast, west coast, or across the world, timing your posts is key to making sure your content lands in front of your customers.

Post when your followers are online

Did you know that there are over 600,000 tweets a minute at 1am in the morning?

Unfortunately, there is no 'closed for the day' sign for you or your brand once you get on social media. It's also not nice to tell your newly hired intern that they have to work every hour of the day to make sure you don't miss a beat on a trend or mention online.

Fortunately, this can all be taken care of by scheduling posts.

Scheduling Posts Doing the hard work for you

Scheduling posts takes the hard work out of posting to your networks. The key to building brand recognition is maintaining a consistent presence online and creating new and exciting content. With scheduling, you can spend a fraction of the time you used to and set your social media plan up for the next month, and then not worry about it. Scheduling allows you to focus on your business and lets Homesync do the power lifting of keeping track of your social media.

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