Previously mentioned web service Buffer, which schedules your posts to Twitter as to not overwhelm your followers with news, announced recently that they also support scheduled posts to Facebook and Facebook pages.
Buffer for Facebook works the same way the service works for Twitter. Sign up for a free account, and you can sign in to your account on the web to link Buffer with your Twitter and your Facebook accounts. If you already use Buffer for Twitter, you can add your Facebook account and any Facebook pages you admin at any time. From there, any new news stories or or posts that you compose in Buffer can be posted to Twitter, Facebook or both.
To make the process of adding items to your Buffer to post a bit easier, the folks at Buffer have developed browser extensions for Chrome, Firefox and Safari to help you immediately add items you see on the web to your Buffer queue. The new Buffer for Android app also allows you to do the same on the go, as long as you post to your social networks through the app, and the folks at Buffer are working on adding Google+ to their feature set. Do you use Buffer or another service to schedule your posts to Twitter or Facebook? Share your experiences in the comments.
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