Repeats are not always bad

If you work with a lot of text content, such as theme blogs or the like, you will use certainly also some social networks to the application of new postings. For some, this automatically runs through a plugin, others rely on the handy variant and provide the social media itself with posts to innovations. Regardless of which version you choose, you can only reach interested parties very quickly, because a status update or tweets which are fast in the mass. For example, a tweet is perceived as an average of only 15 minutes, and at Facebook, statistics are reported as having a half-life of 30 minutes.

Many who include social networks in their marketing, pay particular attention to when they post the news to reach a large number of prospective customers. When it’s the best time, one easily learns the statistics and keeps track of what kind of news triggered the most interaction at what time. This knowledge is used as I said before – but one still gives away a lot of potential.

Articles, which do not necessarily have a current relationship, can be advertised several times via Social Networks. Post or tweet them at different times, you definitely reach more people and thus can increase its traffic. Instead of just repeating the messages, you should also change the text a bit to get the best results. By the way, you can also automate this with the usual social media tools like Buffer and MeetEdgar.