4 Solutions for Scheduling Tweets and Facebook Posts: Which one is right for you?

While I wouldn’t necessarily recommend it for everyone or every business, scheduling tweets and Facebook posts can be a great solution for those who simply cannot get to their social profiles during the peak hours their audience is online. That said, there are a ton of great options for scheduling posts, so it’s just a matter of finding one that’s the best for you!

Simple solutions


If you already use a social management tool like TweetDeck, then this simple solution might be for you. As long as you have the Twitter account(s) and Facebook account linked with your TweetDeck account, you’re able to check off every account you’d like to use.


Very similar to TweetDeck, you can link your Twitter account and Facebook account to update your profiles whenever you’d like with LaterBro. The one downfall to this method is that it’s unclear whether or not you’re able to hook up multiple Twitter and Facebook accounts to update.

Complex solutions

Raven Tools

If you already use Raven Tools, this solution might be for you! Raven’s solution is a tad bit more complex, as you do need an account, but we think it’s totally worth it! Once you’re all set up, you’re able to create as many posts as you’d like and go back and edit them at any time.

Also, not only can you manage your Facebook and Twitter accounts through this tool, but YouTube as well! While you can’t upload videos via Raven Tools – yet! – you are able to view metrics.


With HootSuite, you’ll get very similar options as some of the other solutions; but if you upgrade to Pro, you’re also able to bulk upload updates quickly.

And there you have it! Those are only four solutions, so be sure to fill us in on what your favorite scheduled posting tools are in the comment section below!

Nicki Hicks
Schedulers Anonymous