As you may have heard, on Monday Buffer announced that their tool now connects to Pinterest allowing buffer users to schedule posts to their Pinterest boards from Buffer. We’re big fans of Buffer. Buffer is our primary scheduling tool, and one of our primary content analysis tools. Since we also has an active and growing Pinterest account, we were thrilled to take a look at this new feature. In this post I’m going to look at posting to Pinterest from Buffer, configuration options, and the analytics available. Finally I’ll briefly compare Buffer’s Pinterest capabilities with both Tailwind and Viraltag.
Social media is one of the most powerful tools that people use to promote their business. You have the ability to promote your brand to your target audience in record time. With such grandiose opportunities, it can be difficult to know exactly how to start. Luckily, there are several tools to help you take your business to the next level.
Social media is essentially free, drives traffic to our website and builds our online brand. We always MEAN to do social media marketing, but don't find the time. Today we offer some tricks that take only 15 minutes a day to stay on top of your prospects' minds.
I’ve been a big fan of Buffer for a while now, it has always been a very simple way to schedule across various social media platforms. This post isn’t about the merits of Buffer as a tool though. People often ask me for an example of great content marketing, and Buffer is one of the names that easily trips off my tongue. I keep telling my words to stop being so clumsy, but to no avail. To frame this post a little, let me share with you what factors I believe create an excellent content marketing strategy.
Content discovery has become so important that tools once used for other purposes have now integrated this feature into their offerings. Three of these tools that we’re going to explore today include Hootsuite, Buffer and Klout.
Growing your online presence is no easy job — especially for small and midsize business that are often lacking the brand awareness and resources of their much larger counterparts. Fortunately, now, more than ever there are a plethora of tools to help newly-minted entrepreneurs build their brand quickly and cheaply.
Buffer runs seven days at a time. Many of our improvements, metrics, experiments, and tasks fit into one-week slices, which helps us to move quickly on new ideas and to revisit our results right away. Instead of it being early April around here, it’s just Week 14.
If you’re like most recurring-revenue companies, you’re not just looking for skills when you hire customer success people, you’re looking for cultural fit and that intangible-but-oh-so-important natural customer-happiness focus. If that’s the case, the person you’d want to hire is Carolyn Kopprasch. Sorry, she’s not available.
After announcing the addition of being able to post and schedule to Google+ pages a few weeks back, we’re super excited to bring you another one of the most popular feature requests to Buffer this week: Buffer for LinkedIn Company pages.
Ever since Google made the shock announcement that they were killing Google Reader, all the world's bloggers, journalists and techies have been looking for a perfect alternative. For many, that alternative is Feedly. Here are five ways to make the switch, with backing up, cross posting and more.