Smart Posting Automation

Never schedule a post again

Homesync's Smart Posting Intelligently Posts For You

Easiest way to automate your social media marketing

Smart Posting Automation via Homesync allows you to never have to schedule a post again. By using data gathered across all social platforms, smart posting automation is able to intelligently posts your content at the most engaging and effective times according to each platform. Smart posting also uses your post history to decide which posts should be published next and makes sure that you're not duplicating posts.

With just a flip of a switch, you can be well on your way to complete social media marketing automation.


How It Works


1. Save your favorite content as Drafts in your profile

You can generate your own content or find content on Homesync to create a draft. Once a draft is create, you can set any further configurations for smart posting for that specific draft.

You can learn more about drafts here

2. Enable Smart Posting

Once you've created your drafts, all you have ot do is hit the switch on Smart Posting. The Smart Posting dashboard will keep you informed on the status of your drafts and will give you insights on how previous drafts have been used.

You can learn more about enabling smart posting here

3. Smart Posting Automation waits for optimal posting times

Using the latest data gathered for each social network, smart posting waits for the correct time to publish your drafts. Once an optimal time is found, smart posting will automatically schedule a draft to be published.

4. Smart Posting publishes to Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn

Using the latest data gathered for each social network, smart posting waits for the correct time to publish your drafts. Once an optimal time is found, smart posting will automatically schedule a draft to be published.

5. You get notified

Once Smart Posting Automation has published a post for one of your profiles, you will also get an email confirmation letting you know that a post has been published. The email notification details which draft was published, which networks it was published to, and what time it was published.