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Thanks for sharing! I like your routine, I may adapt some of it to mine.
Thanks for the info Matt. The number of post per day I think depends on your target, I have a niche that is more about encouragement and helpful resources. I find that 3x's a day is best, targeting early am, mid day and late afternoon early evening.
I'm intregued by the 8pm to 7am I'll play with that a little more althought my early morning ones are usually around 6am. Shaun's comment about 7pm to 9pm is interesting, my feeling is while yes that is when many people are using it, there is so much traffic that your post gets lost in all the traffic. I think 4-6pm is better as you have a better chance of still being in the feed when they first get online & before it gets to busy.
As always though it depends on your target and testing and tweaking.
Thanks again, Valerie~