How to schedule tweets – get more attention organically
Perhaps, there will not be a single Internet user (more specifically, an e-marketing professional) who does not know about Twitter. Social marketing and micro blogging website helps people to spread their business across the globe. Here, once you have created your account, you can post short messages about your business, products, or services with the link of the company website to promote it. Those small messages are called Tweets. The message length can be maximum 140 characters including space.
Though, it allows you to post tweets anytime you want, you cannot make you available 24 hours for posting tweets. Here, the need to schedule a tweet comes in the effect. Once you have scheduled a tweet, you can feel relaxed, as they will be posted automatically using your twitter account even if you are sitting in front of your computer or sleeping on your bed.
Scheduling tweets is beneficial for e-marketing people who want to reach to the international audience through Twitter. With future tweets feature, you do not need to stay awaking at odd hours i.e. the hours when you should do rest. Now, you do not need to wake up for late nights to post tweets. However, the question is how to schedule tweets, as Twitter does not provide any option to scheduling tweets.
There is no need to worry about this, as there are several other third-party tools available in the market that allows scheduling tweets free. One of such websites is futuretweets.com. Sign up here with the free account, schedule tweets, and forget it. You can schedule a tweet to post in next few hours, in next week, next month, and so on. Now, you can schedule tweets to send birthday / anniversary wishes to your friends.
One of the best things about the Future tweets is you use it online i.e. no need to download it and use it anytime and from anywhere. Moreover, you manage your tweets from anywhere across the globe.
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