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Sep 9, 2016 · Tweet Scheduling: What do you use? in Platforms, Software, and Tools

Wicked. Going to give it a shot next week and see how it goes.

Really appreciate everyone’s feedback here!

Sep 9, 2016 · Tweet Scheduling: What do you use? in Platforms, Software, and Tools

a) Great post. #llap

b) Was that a scheduled tweet, or was it tweeted immediately? The issue I’m butting my head against seems to only occur when pre-scheduled.

Sep 8, 2016 · Tweet Scheduling: What do you use? in Platforms, Software, and Tools

Really, I only prefer Tweetdeck because of the way it handles images. Otherwise….

We’re using Crowdbooster for Twitter analytics. It’s been fairly handy.

Thanks for your suggestion—will check it out.

Sep 8, 2016 · Tweet Scheduling: What do you use? in Platforms, Software, and Tools

Embedded images in tweets pre-scheduled in Hootsuite end up appearing as image links.

Otherwise, Hootsuite was really working well for me. Suspect image-embedding a proprietal thing with Twitter.

Thanks!

Sep 8, 2016 · Tweet Scheduling: What do you use? in Platforms, Software, and Tools

I pre-schedule reoccurring tweets for our blog posts up to a few month in advance at regular intervals throughout the day.

Each tweet is accompanied by an image from the blog.

To do this, I’ve been using Tweetdeck, which—so far—seems to be the only scheduling tool that “properly” embeds images on scheduled tweets.

But the linear orientation of the schedule and the way Tweetdeck arbitrarily changes the set time on occasion can be pretty frustrating.

Has anyone else been dealing with this and/or found a solution?

Thanks!
A

Jul 20, 2016 · Pokemon Go in Give & Get Advice

We’re a mental health and addiction hospital and learning centre—
Our primary account posted the number of Pokestops around our main campus, with a gentle reminder to turn the AR off when snapping photos.
I followed up with a QT noting the stops around us, and reinforced the message with “Be a respectful #Poketrainer.”
Sadly, while well recieved, these may be our furthest reaching tweets this month. O_o