Post, Pin & Tweet: The Best Time to Outreach

Post, Pin & Tweet: The Best Time to Outreach

Staying on top of social media can be confusing. With the vast amount of information out there delving into social media tips and tricks, it’s hard to know what to share, and when to share it. www.surepayroll.com has created an infographic entitled “Post, Pin & Tweet”, giving you the answers to not only when to share your content, but how to make it simpler than ever.
Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn: three very popular forms of social media. But when is the best time to share that new product, or post that new job you just landed? This infographic details down to the hours, which times are best for broadcasting your important updates to your audience, which times see the most users online, and which times are the worst when it comes to sharing. Additionally, this infographic details just how important images are when it comes to engaging with your audience.
The times mentioned above are not the best times to share content for all social media sites. Google+, along with image driven Pinterest, and Tumblr, also have peak times outlined in this infographic, along with peak times, and the worsts times. These sites may be more image-friendly, however, the interaction and view time for these sites are much higher than those previously mentioned. For example, users spend 14.5 minutes on Tumblr, which is 1.5 minutes longer than the average Facebook stay.
Feel free to like, comment, and share this infographic entitled “Post, Pin & Tweet: The Best Time to Outreach” brought to you by www.surepayroll.com
Brought to you by Ghergich& Co. (http://ghergich.com) in partnership with Sure Payroll (www.surepayroll.com) via http://blog.surepayroll.com/post-pin-tweet-best-time-to-outreach/.

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Posted May 2, 2014
 
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