I’m obviously going to recommend this free facebook auto poster to achieve this!
But I know there are also a ton of other apps out there to help with automation.
You’ll need to do some research & see what works best for your needs.
But take these items into consideration before purchasing:
Can I connect all of my pages & groups to the app?
How many posts per day can I make with the app?
Does the app allow me to choose the exact posting times or do I have no control?
Can I set up a queue schedule that decides exactly which times of the day the app will post different post types (photos, links or text updates)?
Does the app allow me to post evergreen content? — ie. can I schedule a blog post once & then have it re-post again & again throughout the month/year?
Will the app supply me with 1000s of Facebook status ideas to help me figure out what to post?
Does the app help me find high quality content from around the web & then schedule it to my pages?
Can I organize my own streams of content into folders to access at any time?
Is there a way to access the content folders of other users who have organized folders based on their different niches?
Does the app allow me to easily target different demographics & timezones?
Can I schedule a single post that says “good morning” during the morning hours of every time zone across the world?
Is the price per month, per year, or one-time? And is it reasonable for what you get?
Can you cancel at any time?
Does the customer support kick ass?
Do Scott Ayres & Josh Parkinson work at the company?!?!
Ok, so maybe that last one isn’t exactly paramount.
But hopefully you see there are tons of options to consider before buying any old scheduling app.
They don’t all do the same thing.
Sometimes Post Planner will be the best fit, sometimes it won’t.
And that’s ok. We have no plans to be all things to all people.
Our app doesn’t do everything — and that’s how we’d like to keep it.
We want to offer the best Facebook publishing app on the market, period. If that means not diluting the product by making it post to Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+ and every other social network, then we won’t do it.
Sometimes less is more. 🙂