Are you going on vacation, or you just want to schedule your Tweets in advance? Here are some ways to plan your Tweets on Twitter, using tools available to you by third parties, or through Twitter.
As a bonus, I suggest you a tool to plan your Tweets at recommended hours of publication for tweeting on Twitter.
Plan Tweets ahead, directly from Twitter:
Little know it but it is possible to program its Tweets directly from the interface Twitter. This happens indeed from the Twitter advertising interface, but not everyone has access to that part of the social network. In addition to the paid advertising service that Twitter offers, Tweets planning is completely free and takes only a few seconds to set them up.
Today, offering a product or service without a business model is very problematic for start-ups. The gratuitous argument does not work in the long term if the activity of the company is essentially based on the sale of products or services. The new concept of free data access is gaining momentum and reaching more and more sectors.
The principle of this business model
Free data protection is the only business model in which freemium can be a reassuring or even profitable strategy for the company. Indeed, unlike the classic freemium, it does not rely on the conversion rate of free users who become paying customers. In fact, the platforms that use this business model can already be financed thanks to the monetization of the data collected. This is how they can afford to offer free services.
Its mode of operation is simple, but very effective. It consists of offering a free service in exchange for data communicated by users sometimes, voluntarily and sometimes, without their knowledge. Concretely, the collection of data can take several forms. “Start-ups” sometimes ask users to subscribe or register to receive the free service. In some cases, the famous cookies are installed to allow the geolocation of the user or access to the data available on his workstation. Sometimes it’s data sharing or data storage on “clouds” that allow startups to exploit them. Continue Reading…