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Welcome to the Chat at our weekly Tues 6p PDT / 9p EDT slot. (Note: This time slot will be changing mid-June)
Welcome Greg Wilson! So excited to interview you live in 30 min!
Our topic Chat hour: Tools 1.8 The New Face of
Q1 What do you consider a recurring tweet or status update in social media marketing?
Doing well! Thanks! Yourself?
A1 has an excellent way of handling those :)
That is the hard thing. Recurring too frequently can be considered *spam* especially when it is automated.
How do you determine balance, Con? Is there like an 80/20 formula, or common sense?
Tonight: Tools 1.8 The New Face of
I go with common sense No more than twice an hour for the same tweet I'm within the ToS
Q2 What strategy do you use to manage recurring posts (i.e. manual, upload, a tool)?
A2 I used to do it manually, but then looked for a more automated. I used to upload to
A2) Manually with Will get subscription shortly
05/19/2015 21:21Q3 What challenges do you face with managing recurring updates?
A3) Presently just the difficulty of doing it manually
A3 The uploads to hootsuite could not include duplicate tweets. I think a duplicate tweet a week out is fine.
As long as they're not at the same time or consecutive (I think) there is no problem
Q4 What are some ways you could use a tool like to curate your recurring updates?
I didn't know that! I do mine manually. I thought upload it wouldn't matter.
A4) If I could tag curated content that would be helpful
A4 Announcements for upcoming chats :) I use different tweets and different images.
Hmmm.. Do you mean the hashtags?
Yes as well as my own tags
Yeah, with some apps. I'm trying to remember if allows the same status or not (scheduled)
Q5 What would you like to know about ?
The beauty is that and both allow recurring/scheduled. Many allow one or the other.
Are you looking for an automated way to do that, like auto-added or would suggested work, too?
Manual would suffice but wouldn't look an auto solution in the mouth!
A5 All the different platforms covered by ;)
Yeah, that is the hard balance. I know people who refuse to automate, for ethics, and I respect that...
.. . But, I can't be up 24/7, either
Q6 What will you be adding to your strategy this week, after (Hint: try :) )?
Oh? I thought you were already!
Thank u for joining us for Twitter Chat. Feel free to keep chatting, just wanted to let you know we appreciate u!
. Good to know. I do like that I can re-buffer something in the app
. If only that was possible lol. Let my subconscious tweet for me. 😊
Glad you like it! We will be adding some more exciting features to the free version soon
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