So how did I manage to stay connected while in China? With a time change of over 12 hours and having crossed the international dateline, it wasn’t going to be simple to stay in touch on my usual schedule. Besides the organizer had us on a go-go agenda that didn’t leave a lot of time for my networking routine. Before I took off, I explored some new Twitter applications and got great results!
There are some incredible tools available that make scheduling tweets easy and fun. My new favorite is www.futuretweets.com. It is free and allows you to schedule as many tweets as you want with a recurrent option of daily, weekly, monthly or annually. You can also pick any time of the day or night to schedule them. Since I am all about sharing positive quotes, social media tips, success habits, and marketing magic I simply created series of tips and scheduled them. My frequently used favorite to date has been www.tweetlater.com, and I used it in tandem with www.futuretweets.com
As time allowed, I’d get on live every day still and reply to comments made, feedback given, and any questions. The best part was it didn’t matter when I climbed on live and often it was at odd hours here at home. These tools are also an easy way to automate your marketing by scheduling tweets with links to events or products you are promoting. Give www.futuretweets.com a try!
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