If your into blogging the number one way to get views and traffic to your article and site is to share them on well known social media platforms. This article will illustrate the best times to post on social media.
Kids are in bed, Twitter parties are happening, sports are on the television, you’re winding down for the night. For all these reasons and so much more, interaction is highest. Make sure you’re not just posting but Engaging during this time as well!
People tend to check Facebook when they’re on a break from work or when they’re winding down for the night. It would be in your best interest as a blogger to take the uptmost advantage of these scroll times and post in the afternoon and the evening times.
Without fail, posting pictures early in the morning when people are first waking and reaching for their phones to check their Instagram feeds and when they are winding down for their night to get their last dose of instamania. During these times you will receive the most engagement from this very popular and trending platform.
Thursday, Friday, Saturday
9:00 a.m.- 12:00 p.m.
Youtube is where almost all individuals go to seek distraction. Whether its videos of cute cats or some random facts that wouldn’t necessarily benefit their lives, people will watch just about anything that they think will entertain them for a few minutes or even for a few seconds. With this amount of traffic on this social media platform, Youtube is the right place to be sharing your content. Youtube often serves as an at work distraction (during the week) or replaces TV watching (during the weekend). Think about the next time you post.
Saturday, Sunday, (anytime)
Weekends are the absolute best time to post on Pinterest. They are when most pinners have downtime to browse and are looking for items to pin to their own boards. Make sure your pins are they correct size with eye-catching graphics the next time you post!
You’ve just learned the best times to post on social media. Take this knowledge and go get some popularity. Check out our previous article! How To Photograph The Night Sky