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Facebook Scheduled Posts

Facebook Scheduled Posts
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It seems like there’s a new Facebook website everyday. There are a very many that are downright ridiculous, and still others far to complicated to use. Some are neat but not that useful, others useful but not neat. Meet the so not ridiculous, easy to use, useful and neat Postcron.

There are days where surfing online yields a crapload of results, pardon my French. Too many to share in one day on Facebook. That would be like sitting in front of a friend and spouting random discoveries over and over again. Which I do. And it’s weird. On Facebook, it’s weirder to a whole lot more people. Scheduled post would allow me to setup future post on Facebook, to be released upon a set date. Pretty good, Postcron. Now a days insanity can provide the appearance of a weeks worth of steady tidbits.

Visit  for a “simple, easy, fast, practical and indispensable” experience. With nothing to install, simple connect your Facebook account by logging in and benefit from the ability to set your Facebook items for future posting. If you’ve used similar products or services, consider using a Facebook dedicated poster to focus specifically on Facebook. Hootsuite.com, for example, will provide more options, but those options can clutter your experience and add to information overload. Postcron is straight to the point and provides a delightfully simple platform to accomplish that point.

Generate more interest in your Facebook stream by smoothing out it’s delivery. Don’t go weeks without posting, but don’t post everything in a day. Creating a bank of posts, or preparing an upcoming post, for a timely release will help you keep up with your social world while remaining active and engaging. And if it helps you seem less like a spammer, I’ll be happy. You know who you are.

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