Twuffer – A Wonderful Twitter Companion
I have been sharing my father’s music compositions and his philosophical works for over 15 years. In the early years, most of my correspondence with musicians or fans were done via E-Mail. Mind you, I still E-Mail musicians and college professors about two hours a day even now. Because the world has become such a tight knit community, I needed to venture out to other forms of social media. With all the various ways to introduce people with the magical world of Iosif Andriasov (my father), the best social media sites for me have been Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and Google+.
During the first moments of Twitter, I started to share some information on this platform. On those occasions when I had the time and informed someone about my dad’s music, my tweets did not achieve anything, especially in comparison to my E-Mails. I would never understand this, because how could such an incredible wealth of material, that was given to the world for free, garner such pathetic results? Always seeing my ineptitude on Twitter, I dismissed it for a year. Understanding that I would need to include Twitter after my hiatus, the most important lesson I learned about this platform (and many others as well) was to have a consistent posting pattern.
I started my research on this subject. Looking into the various services for scheduling social media updates, I tried a lot of apps: Hootsuite, Buffer, and several others. None of them, for me, seemed convenient and comfortable to work with. Every time I would get a notification to share a post, I would get distracted from my work at the given moment. This luckily stopped when I searched some more and found out about Twuffer.
Twuffer schedules your posts without having to be notified. What is also really great about Twuffer, for it being such a convenient posting platform, is that all the scheduled posts are free. You can add photos and links without having a problem. There has not been one mishap concerning my posts. Believe me, I am really a stickler on being precise and trying to have things done as perfect as possible. The responsibility towards my dad is huge to me and rarely, if ever, do I find something as perfect as can be. Twuffer fits this standard.
It is so easy to schedule your post. I sign in via my Twitter account and am able to figure out what time is best to share my thoughts. Some posts I share are my YouTube creations of Iosif Andriasov’s music, ways to obtain his music scores, and then I will share my photos of beautiful nature and articles about movies, health, and many other subjects. This helps me be structured concerning Twitter AND helps me delve into writing more articles. It is very difficult to be responsible in two subjects: consistently sharing your works with the public and being creative to write articles without distractions. Twuffer saves me time to write articles. In my articles, I am thankful to those who brought me happiness and cared enough to help me feel free to create. Twuffer is a definite 10 out of 10 for scheduling my Tweets.