said 1 year, 2 months ago:
@deairby sort of … it’s a way to send stuff to your Twitter account without flooding your followers. (scheduled tweets if you will)
There are a number of services that allow you to schedule your tweets but I have found Buffer to be easier to use, and stay consistent. Perhaps it’s due to their browser widgets available for the three browsers I use frequently, Safari, Firefox, and Chrome. Another thing I love about Buffer is you will get a reminder when your buffer has run empty.
I love to share articles, and stuff I find while I’m researching or browsing online, but I used to flood my Twitter stream with all the great stuff I found. Buffer allows me to spread the tweets out so it doesn’t overload my stream.
I first noticed Buffer when on a blog that had one of those share sidebars, and there was this thing called Buffer that I was unfamiliar with. Once I took a look at it and realized how easy it was to add stuff to the buffer, I was hooked