How to Schedule Tweets with Images

According to a report by Statista.com, Twitter has recorded 316 million active users in the month of August 2015. This is a huge figure that makes twitter a potential place to market your blog or website.

I also target only three social media platforms.

  1. Facebook
  2. Twitter
  3. G+

Twitter is my second favorite social media platform in order to have traffic to my blog-MyQuickIdea (MQI).

I remain active on Twitter every day. You can check my Twitter account and see that I have the considerable amount of followers who are the reason of traffic to my blog.

In my words, Twitter is a great source to express you in limited words. Therefore, posting on it regularly can get your blog or website great engagement. Being a fact, it pushes me to post to Twitter regularly.

But what if I am out of the town and am not having internet access to Tweet.

It is a big problem for everyone who is active on Twitter. Well, I have a solution of it. I have to schedule my posts so that I can look active even after I am not having the Internet access.

I am telling you about a great tool that makes you able to Schedule tweets. You can also schedule tweets with images.

Yes, I am talking about the Buffer. It is my favorite tool for social media sharing. Many bloggers and webmasters are also using it around the world. It makes easy sharing on different social media such as Facebook, LinkedIn, Pinterest, G+, and Twitter.

You can schedule a variety of content by this tool, but we will focus only on scheduling tweets with images.

If you are not aware of Buffer and do not know how to schedule tweets with images, then I will show you in this post. It is very simple with Buffer.

How to Schedule Tweets with Images

First of all, you need to have an account on Buffer.

It is very simple. Just go on Buffer.com and create an account if you do not have one.

Now go to the account section and connect your social media accounts. Buffer also allows connecting with the Facebook page, LinkedIn Page, G+ Page for sharing relevant content. By this way, you can automate the sharing on social media pages too.

connect-social-media-account

When you are done with it, you should move on to the dashboard where you get the options to share posts.

You will see four tabs here. I am using the free version of Buffer so it shows only four tabs. I do not have any idea about the paid version. It may have more than four tabs.

Select Content tab and share your posts and upload the image as given in the below screenshot.

upload-image-on-Buffer

Note: you can only upload one image at a time.

Now just simply share it by clicking on the “Schedule post” that you will see after hitting the Down Arrow and set the date and time according to your relevance.

You can also schedule posts more than one time. Just go to the Schedule tab and set the time on which you like to Post on Twitter.

buffer-post-scheduling

For the proof of sharing, log in any social media accounts and look after your current status.

No any tool is simpler than Buffer for scheduling Tweets with images. Keep on tweeting images on Twitter, you would find increment in your followers.

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Nikhil

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Welcome to MyQuickIdea. I am Nikhil Saini, author of this blog from Jaipur, India.

I started MyquickIdea as a passion and now it's empowering newbies and helping them to learn basics of blogging with their blogs.

Here at MyQuickIdea I write about WordPress, Social-media, SEO and link-building.

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4 Comments

  • Nice write up
    i was looking for this kind of site…….for better expalnation to my friends in my social networking site accounts

  • Nice article you’ve written, really helpful! These are amazing tips! I found some really good points which I’ll use for my own. Maybe you are also interested in an other time saving tool to share your own articles to social media. Have you ever heard of Blog2Social? It’s an easy tool to schedule and post automatically to the various social media, while at the same time it allows you to customize your postings for each network’s requirement. Also you can select the image you like to go with your post.

  • Hi Nikhil.
    Thanks for this very helpful article on using Buffer to share images on Twitter.
    Now I have one more way to share. Thanks so much.

    Visiting you from the PAC rotator. Will share your article.

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