Be Present on Twitter and Be Productive Too

Posted by on Nov 22, 2011 | 3 comments

Be Present on Twitter and Be Productive Too
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Twitter can be very addictive. Those of you who have been tweeting for years can attest to this.  The main reason for this phenomenon is that time zones do not exist on Twitter.  You can have conversations and you will see people tweeting 24/7.

We know that the best way for one to have a presence on Twitter is to be on the site 24/7 but we all know that is not possible. The next best thing to do is find ways to manage time effectively. After all, we do need to work and sleep too. We have Twitter followers from all over the world and the best way for us to share information to all our followers is by scheduling some of our tweets.  One huge turn off that we were told is when one bombards their followers with too many tweets at one time.

We are always on the look out for awesome tools to help us manage our social media accounts.  One very effective tool that we have been using is Buffer.  We here at had the pleasure of meeting the co-founder of Buffer, Leo Widrich at Blog World in LA and we are fortunate to have had the chance to talk with him.

Thank you Leo and for those of you who are interested in using Buffer.  You can check it out here.  Plus did you know that Buffer is available for Facebook updates too? Yes it is and you can read more about it here.  Follow and the buffer app team on Twitter , ) for updates and Twitter tips.


About the authors:

Marty McPadden founder and host of PodJamTv is a professional photographer, videographer, blogger, apple geek and a Production Supervisor at ESPN one of the largest sports network in the world. His vast knowledge in the above mentioned field will allow you our readers to tap into tools, apps, reviews and tips that he has learned and mastered over the years. How to’s and hacks that will allow you to have a richer online experience.

Misty Belardo co host and co writer of PodJamTv is an experienced blogger, designer and a self proclaimed Twitter-holic and an avid Facebook user is a Senior Production Manager at Barefoot Proximity, one of the most awarded advertising agencies across the globe. Her experience with writing, designing, SEO and brand and advertising strategy will give readers a point of view of what happens behind the scenes in the digital sphere.

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  • Mehmet Nariçi

    People who regard themselves this time planning, you need to make work program. Twitter-software program, the limitations periods of time, is not true.

  • Kevin Everett

    I am using Buffer App and LOVING IT….It gives every post the best chance of getting read with it’s “2nd Tweet” at the optimum time

  • Rob Cairns

    I agree 100% I always try to be productive. The reality is you can not be on Twitter 24/7. Anyone who thinks this does not realize that we all have other things to do besides spending all day on social media.

    Buffer is one of my fav tools. I use it all the time