Now that you have started to use bufferapp.com you will need to connect it to your network by using IFTTT.com to tie it all together. I use the blog as my main social network and then I add all the interesting articles that I like, and the entries that I write into the blog. This is really good if people follow my blog, subscribe to it but currently all my entries are posted to Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin and Google+ by IFTTT.com. This is a good thing to do but if you post five or six articles at a time to will flood your social network sites which is ok, but it does tend to bother people when they see so many entries from a single person so by using bufferapp.com you can space them out during the day.
So here are the steps I use, I read ZITE app on my tablet in the morning…remember ZITE learns what I like and collects the latest articles, blog entries and news on the topics that I am interest in…as I read these I have a choice of what I would like to do if I like the articles, you can send them to facebook, twitter, linkedin, google+, the blog or to bufferapp.com. I have recently decided to send them to bufferapp.com and then added them to my blog but he best way is to add them to your blog and then use IFTTT to take your blog rss feed and send it to bufferapp.com which will then space them out and send them to all the other four social networking sites.
The tools to use are IFTTT and bufferapp.com and you will need to use both of these tools and figure out how they fit into your plans as a social networking person
As you are working through these thoughts …ask yourself these 13 questions taken from this article…
These questions will help you decide what your brand stands for…
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