Twitter announced Monday that advertisers now have the ability to schedule tweets. If you’re not a Twitter business user but this kind of functionality appeals to you, we can help.
While some social media management tools, such as Hootsuite or SocialFlow, provide similar features, we’re taking a look at three super easy, standalone services that will let “ordinary” Twitter users schedule tweets to go live in the future.
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Twuffer lets you compose a list of future tweets and schedule their release via a simple calendar-based interface. Once you’ve signed into and authorized the service, you can pre-write your words of wisdom and view a list of scheduled and sent tweets.
Getting started with the FutureTweets service is similarly simple. Sign in, set your timezone, write your tweet, set the time and date you want it to hit the Twitters and click “Schedule.” If you’re looking for novelty, add emoticons and “flip” your tweet, so the text appears upside down.
With LaterBro, send tweets and create Facebook status updates for, like, later bro. All you need do is sign in with oAuth, choose your timezone, pen your tweet, decide when you want it to go live and tap the “Schedule” icon. You can then see your list of scheduled posts as they queue to be sent.
In the comments below, let us know if you’ll be pre-writing future tweets, and why.