Social media websites are a great way to get people to know what you’ve been up to.
But what’s the point if you post something and it goes unnoticed by the audience? Well,
there’s a simple solution – the time that you post the content holds the key to a better reach and response.
Follow these steps and notice a drastic change with your likes and responses of your post:
The first thing people do as soon as they reach work is to check their Facebook accounts.
This gives you the opportunity to catch them before they get busy with the day’s work.
Content posted anywhere between 1 pm to 4 pm shows the highest reach among the people, so don’t miss it! This is
thanks to the “its lunch time” to “I’m too full to work now” syndrome that we all have.
Twitter users, any time between 9 am to 3 pm from Monday to Thursday is the time to get the bird tweeting.
This 140 character limit consumes less time and a great source for information,
so why not utilise the most of it?
Most importantly, thanks to the “Why is this week just not getting over” syndrome, Wednesday is the best
time to spend on Facebook.
Posting something on Facebook before people get their cup of coffee and read the news might just turn out to be
disadvantage to you because they’re busy with morning routines, and might even read your post with one eye open.
Posting during the weekends would not be a good idea; but if you really need to put something out there,
either upload it before 8 am or after 8 pm since weekends are when most people go out.
Posting content online at the right time is crucial to getting your content the attention it deserves.
Wrong timing, however could make your marketing plan seem futile even if you’ve got your audience all figured out.