Yes you did read that correctly, and this time I will be writing about using twitter.com. I love the idea of using twitter to connect to other people and have fun reading what they post. Occasionally I do skip some tweets because I see so many hash tags in them they’re just difficult to read. But what I especially do not like is when people start posting two or even three updates that are almost identical, except that they use Hootsuite and so the links will be shortened with their service and thus the two or three posts will go through twitter’s initial spam check (because of the link difference) and I will get to see them crowding my time line.
First thing tell them to stop that nonsense or right away block the user, your choice, but even if no one marks them as spam they will continue to do such bad practices and keep on bothering people with that nasty practice!
My recommendation to them you ask? There is a very simple tool that can help them do more with that same tweet if they can schedule it at the right time.
It is absolutely easy to use and will also determine good times to post your updates so you have more people seeing them! I suggest you program some of those times to moments where you will be able to respond so you are using the tool with a maximizing effect.
Have you used buffer? Tell me about it. Do you use another tool, why? how is it better?