Free Social Media Scheduling

By Ron Rosenberg

Buffer_(Jing)"Social Media" is a large umbrella encompassing a vast collection of tools that can help you increase revenue and grow your business.

The problem is that the "care and feeding" involved to keep everything in order can take more effort than any benefit you'll actually receive from your investment in time, money, and effort.

The good news is that there are tools that can do most of the heavy lifting for you so you can focus on what you do best.

Buffer is a tool that lets you schedule posts for all of your social media accounts from one central location including:

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • LinkedIn
  • Instagram
  • Pinterest
  • Google+

The comprehensive dashboard makes it easy to create your content once and use it many times - the kind of leverage we always encourage whenever possible.

It allows you to create all of your posts in advance so you can get them done when you're in a creative mood or when something happens in your world that provides you with a lot of great content ideas.

Plus, there are iOS and Android apps so you can even create and post content wherever you are.

There's a free version to get you up and running, and even the paid versions are reasonably priced. Just click here to find out more about this powerful software.







March Interview

Jeff Kofman


Transcription for the 21st Century!

Since the dawn of radio - and into the age of digital media, our ability to record people's voices has helped us share the stories that shape our interactions and our lives.

Unfortunately, much of that content is difficult to use because, while it's easy to listen to, it is difficult to search audio recordings for specific content and keywords, and transcription services have usually been expensive and required "manual labor" to complete.

But the development of powerful artificial-intelligence tools has changed this completely, and in this interview you'll discover:

  • How businesses can get more from their content
  • The keys to conducting a great interview
  • How transcription can make a difference in your personal interactions

Click here to find out how to use this article in your newsletter, magazine, or website.

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