Whether you’re a social media aficionado or you just dabble and test, knowing when to post content online can greatly improve the response you receive from your audience.

Time, both how you spend it and which hours of the day you use, is an important factor in your success.

First of all, utilizing the bulk of your time on the most high-leverage activities throughout the day will allow you to get more of your important work done, while spending less time on menial, time-consuming tasks.

When it comes to social media websites, you want to keep a close eye on how much time you spend creating content and posting updates vs. browsing and messaging. How you spend your time on social media sites matters a great deal, just as much as what time during the day you choose to make updates.

If post while your audience is at work, sleeping or enjoying their weekend away from the computers, it’s obvious how it would affect the response you receive on your posts or updates. However, if you time it right, you could improve your social media campaigns quite rapidly by gaining more exposure while your audience is online.

The infographic below represents the best times to post on social media sites to get the best response, including Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, Pinterest, and blogs:


(Source: Fannit)

How do your social media activities compare to the infographic above?

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