How to Set Up Your Buffer Schedule

Are you ready for another helpful tutorial from Your Delightful VP?

This time, let me show you How to Set Up Your Buffer Schedule.

Let Your Delightful VP give you a brief background about Buffer.

On a rainy night in Birmingham, UK in October 2010, a twinkle of an idea popped up in Joel Gascoigne’s mind, Buffer’s co-founder, when he got fed up after using a few social media tools to help him schedule his tweets. He was wanting to find something better and easier to use. In his mind he kept asking himself – “What if scheduling a Tweet, could be as easy as sending it?” So Joel got to work with this goal in mind.

It took Joel 7 weeks to launch the first version of Buffer in November 2010. Twitter was the only network a user could utilise, without all the glamour that users can enjoy today. Joel made his first $5 on the internet when the first person started to pay for Buffer in December 2010.

In May 2011, Joel and his co-founder Leo Widrich decided to quit their day jobs to go full-time with Buffer. Both moved to San Francisco in July 2011. Settling into the new place and running out of money, they hurdled through 150 meetings trying to sell Buffer. 18 awesome guys agreed to invest into Buffer. This time, Buffer was quickly becoming a more complete social tool. Users were now able to post for LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter with Google+ ready to go.

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Buffer started from a team of two and still growing. They hired people from around the globe including UK, Australia, Hong Kong, and US. Living in a place that makes you happy is one of Buffer’s core beliefs.

At present, Buffer is known to be the better way to share in social media. It shares your content at the best possible times throughout the day so that your followers and fans see your updates more often. The goal is to get the most out of each post. You can use Buffer to post to all of your social networks, posting the same message to all accounts or add context by customizing each one.

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You can also create your own content with the perfect size and format for Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and even Pinterest.

Now that you know How to Set Up Your Buffer Schedule, try it for yourself. It’s easy.

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May you be blessed with a delightful life.

Madel Reyes
Your Delightful VP

yourdelightfulvp@madelreyes.com

www.madelreyes.com


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