How Twylah and Buffer Get Your Tweets Exponential Exposure

Big news came in from the folks at Buffer and Twylah this week. The two companies partnered up to give your Tweets much more impact than possible before.

Twylah and Buffer Get Your Tweets Exponential Exposure I’ve written about the magical Power Tweet before, which increases your engagement by 400%.

As of today, you can make this Power Tweet from Twylah even more powerful and send it through Buffer.

Buffer, if you haven’t come across it yet, is a super smart Social Sharing app. Any page that you read on the web and want to share with your friends and followers, just click the Buffer button right here on the page or via one of their handy browser plugins.

From there it will get queued up and posted for you at optimal times for maximum engagement.

How To Buffer A Power Tweet

If you head to your Twylah page and get the Twylah bookmarklet, you can start batching a bunch of Power Tweets, feeding them straight into your Buffer. Of course you can also add Power Tweets straight from your Twylah home page.

Buffer will then go ahead and share them for you well spaced out over the day at optimal times:

Make a power tweet

They will then sit nicely in your Buffer, ready to go out at pre-set times for you. Here is a bunch of Buffered Power Tweets, ready to hit the Twitter stream:

Twylah Buffer Power Tweet

Why Buffering Power Tweets?

As, Buffer is now directly integrated into Twylah, it combines two stunning research findings together in one unbeatable marketing combination for you.

The impact from Power Tweets is as follows:

Power Tweet pages, by themselves increase engagement (as defined by time spent with your content) by 40X.

says Twylah Founder Eric Kim in the latest announcement from the company.

At the same time, Buffer found some similarly stunning results when posting updates for their users:

On average, people who start to use Buffer, see a 200% increase in clicks on links, retweet rate doubles and Klout scores increased 3.5 points. The data refers to using Buffer daily for at least 2 weeks.

Mentions Leo Widrich, Buffer Co-Founder to me.

The reason for this is that “Buffer helps users be active on Social Media more sustainably and as a result they post more frequently and at better times” explains Leo to me.

Altogether they can now help you get the best parts of both services.

Twylah makes your Tweets live longer

The great part about your Twylah page, is that it indexes all Tweets you posted via Twitter on beautiful separate pages. Those pages can now be found through Google and other search engines and also work as an archive of all the Tweets you have ever posted.

Now, if you start posting some Power Tweets, Twylah will make sure to surround each of your Power Tweet pages with relevant content from your previous Tweets. This brings them back to live and in front of the eyes of your followers, who might not have seen those Tweets otherwise:

Twylah Power Tweets

Twylah is also a great opportunity to put into your Twitter bio. It will give your new visitors a chance to get a great view over your Tweets, instead of a boring Twitter stream of the last few hours:

Twylah Buffer Tweet

If you are an active Social Media person, curious to get a bit of help on spreading the word for you, give Buffer and Twylah a whirl, I’m sure you won’t regret it.

What About You?

What do you think about the latest integration of the two apps? Do you think Buffering Power Tweets can have an impact for you?

Look forward to hearing your stories.

PS: If you click on the above Twylah link, you will get special treatment when signing up for Twylah and will get an invite in no time!

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  • Comments

    • http://www.commun.it SharelOmer

      Hi Jeff,

      This are two great services :) we are big fans of both… highly recommended! 

      • http://jeffbullas.com Jeff Bullas

        Thanks Sharel for your comment. Good to see you are finding them useful.

    • http://jeffbullas.com Jeff Bullas

      Very cool. :)

    • http://jeffbullas.com Jeff Bullas

      Glad to hear that the article was helpful Jen.

    • http://jeffbullas.com Jeff Bullas

      Thanks for the feedback We will have to let them know what “no time” means:)

      • http://twitter.com/evr Erik van Roekel

        With a great tool like this every minute is too much 😉 But the crew of Twylah responded very quickly!

        I have received an invite and managed to set up my Twylah page at http://www.twylah.com/evr and wrote a review (in Dutch) on http://www.marketingfacts.nl/berichten/twylah-your-personal-twitter-brand-page/ also.

        Thanks Jeff for spotting this tool and thanks Twylah for the quick service.

        • http://jeffbullas.com Jeff Bullas

          Glad to hear you got it sorted. They are an awesome team at “Team Twylah”

    • http://jeffbullas.com Jeff Bullas

      Thanks Melonie for your comment. Learning is always good!

    • http://twitter.com/m_raoul raoul mangoensentono

      Is buffer like Hootsuite auto schedule?