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Apps to Make Social Media Less Time-Consuming

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Apps to Make Social Media Less Time Consuming by Vikram Rajan

{4:05 minutes to read} It’s hard to keep up with all of the emails you get from clients and other VIPs. It’s also hard to keep up with the marketing outreach you have to do. It’s equally hard to find time to keep up with all the social media networks like Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter in your day-to-day work.

phoneBlogger.net can help you with the blogging. But there are also phone apps that you can use to keep up with others and market yourself in an authentic way. In a few taps, you can like, comment on, and share what your friends & VIPs are doing.

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When is the Right Time to Send Your Article?

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 When is the Right Time to Send Your Article? By Vikram Ranjan

{3:50 minutes to read} What time is the right time to send your email newsletter to promote your blog? At phoneBlogger.net we have a set of best practices that maximize your audience and your impact. Many sources, including Constant Contact, have determined what times are best to post to social media or send email newsletters.

Friday afternoons are considered among the worst times to send emails or posts. The best days are Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursday. The best hours are between 10:00 a.m. & 2:00 p.m. — when people have more free time & mental focus. The 10:00 a.m. & 2 p.m. hours are similar. After lunch, people get back to their desks & clean out their inboxes.

In the morning, you’re usually dealing with a deluge – by 10:00 a.m., you’ve gone through all of your inboxes. So when a fresh, new email arrives, you’re able to look at it. Even if it’s an email newsletter from a sales professional, you have a few minutes to peruse it.

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