HootSuite: How to Schedule Posts to Twitter

hootsuite social media O.K., so anyone who knows me, knows that I was not a big fan of HootSuite.  In fact, I went out of my way to try every product except HootSuite because they made me so mad when they started charging for their services about a year or so ago.  (Long story, I won’t go into details.)  When I did product reviews a few months ago several of my friends raved about HootSuite so I decided to give them another try – a fair shake so to speak and I’m glad I did.

HootSuite is a powerful tool and does so many things, but this is just to show you how to schedule posts with the scheduler to Twitter.

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9 Replies to “HootSuite: How to Schedule Posts to Twitter”

  1. I love HootSuite. It’s one of the first tools I used when I started doing SoMe for clients.

    Another great video! Looking forward to the next one!

    1. Thanks Jocelyn! I had to give it another try after you gave it such glowing reviews! 🙂

  2. Knikkolette,

    HootSuite is such a powerful tool and many, myself included, don’t get the full measure of its worth on a daily basis. Thanks for hitting me upside the head with this and I look forward to seeing your other videos!


    1. Thanks for your input Rich, I agree, HootSuite is definitely under utilized by many. Although I use a lot of the scheduling, I probably don’t use all the features it’s capable of either!

  3. I have never really used HootSuite and trust me I am fine with out it..!

    I had used some auto tweet software before and the results were not that great.

    Though I have heard some great reviews about it..

    1. Using an application to post is in some cases personal preference… where in others, a necessity. The key is finding the “sweet spot” so you don’t appear to be completely offline all the time.

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