10 Replies to “Scheduling Posts on Facebook”

  1. Hi Andy. You are so correct in what you write. These days, people haven’t time to persevere in finding information. Sad really, but that’s how life is…..if something doesn’t work immediately, then…on to the next site. So it is in everyone’s best interests to get a mobile-friendly site.Thanks for an interesting post.
    Have a great weekend.

  2. Hi Andy,

    I get what you are saying but find that it is difficult to engage and interact with people on Social Media as even though FB for example is showing that over 200 people saw my post, not one person is commenting – let alone answering the questions I ask about what they need or want to see.
    Do you have a formula for fixing that? I’d love to read it 🙂

  3. Hi Andy,

    This is interesting & I do love HubSpot! They always have excellent research. It’s true social media plays such a huge role in business. If any business is looking into social media then FB & Twitter are the big platforms but the biz needs to find out where their audience hangs out most.

    Take care,

  4. Great info and info from both you and HubSpot! I do use social media in my business and I update regularly and respond to my followers comments. I am on Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, Google+, Linkedin and Twitter.

  5. Hello Andy,

    This is a very useful post. Many people do not know that you can actually schedule posts. This can be very beneficial if you know that you will be going on a vacation or have an extended break. You can schedule posts during these periods and keep your edgeranking. Thank you for sharing!

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