How much time are you wasting with Twitter?
I don’t mean that Twitter in and of itself is a waste, but if you think about how much time you spend tracking down things to share, writing tweets, shortening links, and scheduling or posting your tweets — how many hours are we talking about per week?
It gets frustrating, fast.
If you’re trying to tweet four or five times a day, that’s a lot of time spent tracking and setting tweets that you could spend writing, working on your book marketing, or watching Justified.
But all that is about to change because I’m going to introduce you to Buffer.
First off, full disclosure here, I have absolutely no affiliation with Buffer whatsoever. I don’t get any kickbacks from them (the primary service is free anyway) for signing people up.
I just use it, love it, and feel compelled to tell the world about it because it’s changed my whole outlook on Twitter.
So, if you’re like me, this was previously your process for creating tweets:Continue Reading