Buffer App Review: Sharing On Social Media Made Easy

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This is my first app review on this blog, hopefully one of many more to come. I like to write reviews, whether it be movies, or books, or apps. So, writing about the apps I like and the apps others are talking about seems just about right.

To begin with, I couldn't find a better fit than Buffer. Buffer is one my favorite apps, which I use almost every single day. For those of you who haven't heard of Buffer before (really?), do read on to find more about this awesome app.

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                                                                                                                          About Buffer:

Buffer is a social networking tool that allows you to schedule and share your social media posts from one place. It also helps you to manage multiple social media accounts at once. Learn more about them here.
The best thing about it is its simplicity and ease-of-use.

Basically here's how it works:

  1. You sign up for Buffer.
  2. Set up your account and add social media profiles.
  3. You can add multiple profiles.
  4. Write posts and share them on different platforms from the Buffer dashboard.
  5. Schedule your posts to shared at specific times.
  6. Track and analyse follower engagement.

What others are saying about Buffer

Buffer is my go-to tool for social media. The detailed analytics are incredibly insightful and help me and my team see what's working as well as what's not. - Guy Kawasaki


Buffer has a ton of features that will allow to stay alive on social media even when you're sleeping. Some of it great features are:

  • Connect multiple profiles: Using Buffer, you can now connect multiple social media profiles across various platforms like Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn. And guess what? You get all these in the free account. The paid plan has more options.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      

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  • Schedule your posts: Buffer also allows you to schedule your posts at convenient times so that you don't always have to be online when you posts go live on social media. You can also integrate your Buffer account with Followerwonk and Tweriod to post at times when your followers are most active.
  • Get more features with apps and extensions: You can get a lot more out of Buffer using the tons of apps and extras they have. Get hold of their Firefox and Chrome extensions now for quick and hassle-free sharing.
  • Measure and analyse: Not only can you schedule your posts, but you can also measure the response you're getting from your post using Buffer.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           
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Ninja Tricks:

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For advanced Buffer users out there, and the social media power users who want to squeeze the most out of Buffer, check out these top 10 secret buffer features.
You might also want to know about the most useful features of Buffer and why it rocks!

Connect with Buffer:

If you're interested in using Buffer, follow their blog and connect with them on social media.

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