Buffer makes it super easy to share any page you’re reading

Buffer - Rev|To

 

PRICE: Free & Paid | Visit Site

 

Buffer is an easy way to share on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn and Pinterest!

Schedule your updates to post at optimal times, whether you’re around or not.

Build up a queue of awesome content to share with your friends and followers, and followup on your posts with Buffer’s straightforward analytics to see which posts performed best.

Buffer is a great way to drive traffic, increase fan engagement and save time on social media.

NOTE: We’ve used Buffer here @rev|to and love it! They’ve also got an awesome blog with tons of great content…check it out! 

 

Who is Product for?

Anyone looking for a simple tool to schedule their social media

 

Key Features

  • Connect upto 5 Social Accounts
  • 10 scheduled posts per profile
  • Have upto 100 posts in your Buffer.
  • Connect upto 10 Social Accounts.
  • RSS feed integration
  • 25 Connected Social Accounts
  • 5 Team Members & Contributions Feature.
  • 2,000 scheduled posts per profile
  • RSS feed integration
  • All standard Buffer features & Awesome Plan features.

 

Benefits

  • Share to multiple Twitter, Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn and Pinterest boards from one place.
  • Get analytics for each social update you share: Clicks, retweets, repins, likes, shares, mentions and more.
  • Schedule your posts automatically so you never have to worry about setting a time and date. Just hit “add to Buffer”.
  • Add updates to your Buffer from lots of different apps or via email.
  • Share from all of your favourite apps using our iOS extension. Including scheduling native retweets from Safari, Tweetbot & more!

 

Starting at:

Individual starting plan free
Awesome plan for individuals $10/mo (more features than the free level)

Teams & Agencies
Small $50/mo
Medium $100/mo
Large $250/mo

 

Pricing model

Freemium, Subscription

 

Free trial

Yes, for business plans. Not for individual plans since they offer a free level

  • Sarah

    I use buffer all the time. It’s a great tool for scheduling and they’re free version is awesome