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Hi there, thanks a lot for the heads up, just edited the typo there! :)
Thanks a lot for stopping by here.
Sure, so with Buffer it is not possible to send the same item out twice. What I like to do is go through the post that received the most clicks after a day and add it back into my Buffer.
For repeating the same Tweet, you might want to check out SocialOomph or Twaitter, which allow for this function! :)
So true, there is always way more to explore than we have time for. :)
Sure, that is a great question, here are a few pointers that are based on research findings:
The reason people get more clicks through Buffering is because of two things. Firstly Buffer spreads out your Tweets under Twitter peak times. This is based on some well-respected research by Dan Zarrella (http://blog.kissmetrics.com/science-of-social-timing-1/). Tweeting during these times increases click rates considerably. The second part is that Buffer makes it very easy to Tweet more frequently. If you Tweet more frequently, well spaced out and at peak times you are very likely to increase your click rate by up to 200% compared to the average, randomly posted Tweet. Does that make sense?
Hi Lynn, fantastic to see you here! Awesome, so glad you like all the tools here and Buffer too! Always a huge encouragement for me that the info I provide is useful.
Absolutely, at the amount of over 1 million apps being registered finding some is really painful, glad the list was useful! :)
Yes, that is a good point. Chrome actually puts this as a standard notice for a lot of extension. The reason being that Buffer automatically takes the shortened link of the page and the title of the page and turns it into a Tweet for you. In order to do this, it obviously needs to grab the sourcecode from the page, which is why Chrome comes up with this message.
Hope this explains things as there is certainly no way the App can access any private data from you.