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Social Media Time-Saving Tips: How to Find More Time

Social Media Time-Saving Tips: How to Find More Time
There are days when I spend loads of enjoyable time writing new blogposts, creating images to share, and checking analytics, and then when I’m just nearly ready to close the laptop and sign off, I remember: I need to schedule social media posts for the next day. Or, I need to follow-up with mentions. Or, I need to curate some content. Or, I need to do one of the myriad tasks of a social media manager, and wouldn’t you know it I’m just about out of time. Saving time on social media is a big goal of ours at Buffer. We want to make it as simple as possible to share content and engage with your followers and fans. Are saving time and finding time the same thing? You can get a lot out of social media in as little as 30 minutes per day. 3 Ways to Create More Time Is it possible to create more time in your day? We often work to maximize the time that we do have. Instead of maximizing the way we spend our time, is it possible to create more time to spend? The 15 time-saving tools we use at Buffer 1.

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