My 3 favorite time (and money) saving techniques

Nobody likes to waste time, and money is usually an issue as well. Here are my 3 favorite time and money saving techniques for social media management.

Nobody likes to waste time, and money is usually an issue as well. Here are my 3 favorite time and money saving techniques for social media management.

Bonus: If you don’t feel so handy in the graphics department, you can use Adobe’s brand new Spark, which will find a photo for you according to keywords in your overlay text. Super fast, and minimal human intervention required, for the extra lazy!

And the king of time saving techniques: post scheduling

We all hate to need to stop everything and open our social media apps to post that super important update or article to our followers.

That’s when the best time and money saving techniques comes in handy: Post scheduling.

Buffer is super easy to use, just log into your social media accounts through the app, and start posting, adding a future date, or letting Buffer choose for you when it’s best to post. Plus, it lets you post on several channels at once!

Hootsuite is a little less user friendly, but it has many features others lack, and it has monitoring capabilities as well.

Don’t you just love when I feature a hidden bonus?

No Konami code required 🙂

IFTTT will connect all your digital elements together, using pre-made “recipes” you can choose from or create yourself. Those recipes are in an If This Then That form, so just choose the trigger and the action and you’re golden!


That’s it for now. I promise I’ll keep revealing my secrets like time and money saving techniques with other posts like this. Just let me know what you’re interested in knowing in the comments section, or contact me if you have any questions.

Nobody likes to waste time, and money is usually an issue as well. Here are my 3 favorite time and money saving techniques for social media management.

Author: Shay Stibelman

Digital marketing consultant in Milan, Italy. Born in Israel, raised in Germany by Russian parents.

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