Perfect Timing in Social Media


Social media is a huge defining factor for many businesses and professionals. With new platforms emerging each day, it is easy to see that it is here to stay.

It is not just enough to have a Twitter account or Facebook profile anymore. In order for what you say to be seen by your followers and friends you have got to know when to post.

Two of the original juggernauts in the social media game were Facebook and Twitter. The sites are now huge platforms and still growing. You should learn how to keep your head above the thousands of other posts to these sites with this info graphic and article from AdWeek.

A picture is worth a thousand words but if no one sees it, did you really share it? If sharing pictures is more of your social media style, this article from on when to post to Instagram has got you covered.

LinkedIn is one of the top social media sites for professionals, and knowing when to post is as essential as a pen on a CEO’s desk. This post from shows when to post to LinkedIn and other social media platforms.

DIY Divas rejoice, for you will finally know when to properly post so that everyone can see your hand-knitted penguin sweaters! This article will definitely help those creative, crafty types who frequent Pinterest.

Now that you know when to post to social media, you need to know when to stop yourself from hitting share.

You do not want to fall into the graveyards that are the dead zones of social media so here’s another post from AdWeek to keep you alive.

Now that you’re armed with all of this social media knowledge, get to posting! But only during the best days and times of course.


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