The days and times you post on social media can really make a difference to the impact of your posts.
Your audience en masse isn’t on social media 24/7. And social media feeds run continuously, pushing your posts down the feed. So, it’s best to aim for the times your audience are mostly online in order to catch their eye.
The infographic below illustrates the results of global studies showing the best days and times to post, and how the major social networks differ.
Test your own results
These outlines are based on general results. So, I suggest you take the time to experiment with different days and times – for your industry in your area. You’ll be amazed at the results from moving your posting times around.
Have you noticed any big results based on social media posting times? Share your experience below.
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