“I dropped all the toxic people in my life. Block. Delete. So simple. I unfollowed all the news and political pages on Twitter and Facebook. Life is so much better being a little selfish and putting my needs first. You can’t pour from an empty cup. As bitchy and heartless as I may sound, I’m actually able to love and care for those who actually care about me better after getting rid of the draining relationships.” — Naoko P.
Check this out: TRUMPERLATIVES
I set up this tumblr blog — out of fun — a few months ago to take Trump’s use of language ad absurdum (he mostly uses superlatives, I call them “Trumperlatives”). His superlative-soaked tweets get auto-posted on this blog. Which is almost every single tweet he posts.
The blog has 1,200 followers, with about 30 daily added. None of the 1,200 people understand the meaning of the blog, but alarmingly, all 1,200 think the blog would exist to honor Trump. The tagline even says:
A very good blog honoring the terrific and most amazing superlatives (that God has ever created) tweeted by Donald Trump in an absolute tremendous way. You have never seen anything like this before. It’s great!
But you still don’t get it, or anything, probably. Have you found your dick this morning?
To all 1,200 and following: you are wrong. I make fun of “your president,” and thus a little bit of his electorate, you. You don’t realize that. Your dumbness is hard to put into words.
Today I want to share something with you, which works very well (for me!) for some time now. I’ve done a lot of research on this and I think I’m now able to put the best possible results together here for you.
I’m talking about the best times to post on social media. That sounds a bit general, and it is, so please, just take this as a guideline, but not as a 100 percent truth. Depending on what content you share it may work differently for you, and there are certainly many other factors that relativize my results.
I suggest that you always consult your own experiences and your gut feeling before you follow my (or anyone else’s) advice, especially when it comes to something as complicated as the one being talked about here.
However, here are my suggestions (all times in 24h format):
- Any day
- Between 13:00 an 15:00, 20:00
- Go here: Followerwonk
- Fill in your Twitter name, click “Do it”
- Scroll a bit down to “Most active hours for users [your_twitter_name] follows”
- Check the results, or even add those to a Buffer schedule automatically!
- Mondays, Thursdays
- Between 8:00 and 9:00, 17:00
- Weekdays only
- Between 9:00 and 13:00
You can really skip weekends entirely.
- All week, although weekends, especially Sundays, are stronger
- Between 17:00 and 1:00 (next day)
Tumblr folks are active at nights!
- Weekdays only
- Between 7:00 and 8:00, 12:00, between 17:00 and 18:00
That’s it. Make sure to leave at least 15 minutes between posts. Happy posting! 🙂