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morrnel private msg quote post Address this user
@Steve,
What plugin do you use to send out your awesome tweets?
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Belew private msg quote post Address this user
@morrnel

@Steve will jump in no doubt. But which part of his Twitter automation are you referring bto?

Evergreen Post is the WordPress plug in that he recommended I use once you have enough posts in your archives to post automatically.
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Steve private msg quote post Address this user
You cannot automate much until you have a base number of posts ... and I am looking at moving over to

https://www.socialoomph.com/

If that helps ... but get blogging first and build that base up, without that you can't do much. To put it in perspective I use my last 420 articles... these are what keeps my content fresh and people engaging me on Twitter...
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Belew private msg quote post Address this user
@Steve

what's the appeal of social oomph?
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I listen to Karen's Webinar the other day and she uses it... it has a scheduling feature which is of interest... it allows you to schedule your tweets ... which means you can write two or three tweets for each post... put them all in a file, upload it and have them scheduled ... all you need do then is add in new tweets as you go ... add to this the fact that it does auto DM's ... can follow followers followers .. etc.. and it's a pretty decent tool by the look.
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I test lots of these things out ... always trying to find better ways of doing things...
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morrnel private msg quote post Address this user
thanks. I found MicroBlog Post and I was certain that was not the plugin you were using @Steve. Thanks. Looking forward to hearing you oomph results.
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@Steve

That's why we need you... to save us this time. 8-)
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jycmba private msg quote post Address this user
@morrnel As @Steve & @Belew say, you need that base pool of posts.

But once you have a decent batch you can use Hootesuite which has somewhat of a learning curve.

Lately, I started using Tweetjukebox - VERY easy and flexible. Think of it as Hootesuite ULTRA-light!

..oh, and I did I mention it's FREE?!
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morrnel private msg quote post Address this user
What's Google doing differently crawling posts and pages?
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Belew private msg quote post Address this user
They function the same.

Posts are generally part of a category and consequently dynamic result.

Pages do not have this benefit.
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jycmba private msg quote post Address this user
I tend to think of Pages as the rooms and Posts as the events you can have in them. But @Belew's right the distinction can definitely blur.. especially if you're doing it like @dono2081
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@jycmba

Pages and posts are not the same. The process for creating them is the same.

Posts become part of a growing number of posts in one category = dynamic and more searchable.

Pages are one and done = stand alone.
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Steve private msg quote post Address this user
Here a link of things Twitter.

https://blog.bufferapp.com/free-twitter-tools
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tienny private msg quote post Address this user
@Steve Thanks
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