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How To Schedule Facebook Posts In Advance

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by PureSalt, Jul 12, 2013.

  1. PureSalt

    PureSalt Newbie

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    HooteSuite Facebook Client is the best method to pre-schedule your posts that are to be posted in the future.



    • Just simply click on schedule option to schedule Facebook status update using HooteSuite
    • You can click on calender option to select expected date and time for the scheduling post.
    • Press "OK" button during new Facebook schedule
    • Your scheduled posts will be updated with respect to the time you scheduled. :congrats:

    If you aware of any other suite just share your knowledge with this post!!!!
     
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  2. PureSalt

    PureSalt Newbie

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    Looking for more suggestions...
     
  3. Profz

    Profz Registered Member

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    Take a look at Postcron. Somebody recommended it in here the other day and it looks pretty nifty. Lots of ability on the free account also. :)
     
  4. study123

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    thanks for sharing ,i am new to facebook marketing ,easy be spanned
     
  5. black101

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    use the search, many threads have been poping up, and i replied in many of them.

    i did recommend postcron for a while, but now i use super-admin its even better in my opinion
     
  6. PureSalt

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    Thank you!
     
  7. Profz

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    Having never used that before I'm intrigued to learn you reasoning?

    Personally the amateur looking site and Spanish default language puts me off a little!
     
  8. Rounderx

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    super admin or hootsuite seems better, since postcron has already been disabled and punished by facebook for several days in the past, i wouldn't risk it with them
     
  9. black101

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    for me its the less i do the better.

    i primary post pics, i like to set 3-6month in advance with a post every hour.

    with postcron, i do agree it looks nice and clean but you cant bulk upload and i reach a daily limit of upload which i ate, if i need to add 200 one by one every couple of days, no thank you, dpecially when own several pages.
    super-admin, you can create albums, each album can have 1000 pics, upload 100 each time, 5 albums for free then extra ablums are $1 per month. you can select several albums to post on the same page. and cmon one post goes today 3 month later ppl will not remember it, so you can create a loop of 3-6 month, using the same albums

    and both are about the same price.

     
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  10. QuantumBlue Bulgaria

    QuantumBlue Bulgaria Junior Member

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    I haven't tried that but will definitely check it out. I personally prefer Hootsuite but having a good alternative will be very handy.
     
  11. Blackdragons

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    How much posts per day do you post via those websites? Do you get that captcha checks for bots ?
     
  12. PureSalt

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    I may post 4 to 5 posts/day
     
  13. Blackdragons

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    and you never got that 'you might be using bot' warning?