Does it ever annoy you that you have to manage your own tweets on Twitter? You might have several great ideas for tweets to send out to your followers. However, you do not want to send them all at once, and you may forget to send them on a regular basis throughout the day.
This means you have to consider the idea of writing them down and posting them gradually. Alternatively, you could use Buffer, a service that does the spacing out on your behalf. All you do is write the tweets and put them into Buffer. It then goes ahead and posts them to Twitter at regular intervals during the day, instead of posting them all at once.
The service has been a great success since it launched, primarily because it is offering a solid service that makes it far easier to manage your Twitter account during your typical busy day.
The good news is that there are three plans to choose from and the most basic one is free. This allows you to queue up ten tweets to be posted at intervals to your account. It is ideal for users with just one account and who are happy to post a maximum of ten per day (if you only want to log in to Buffer once a day, that is).
A Pro account is available for $10 a month and the Premium account is $30 per month, so there is a solution for everyone.