I met Buffer’s co-founder Leo Widrich back in the day when the young start-up was just getting off the ground. He got in touch because he wanted to write a guest post for me and I was happy to oblige. I got excited when I heard about all the cool scheduling features Buffer offered for Twitter (at the time) and my readers loved the post too. I later put him in touch with Kristi Hines, whose blog was about 20 times more popular than mine (remember #FetchingFriday) and after Leo’s Buffer was featured there, it wasn’t long before Buffer was King of the Twitter Scheduling Hill!
After experimenting with a dozen or more social media scheduling tools (some free, some paid) I always seemed to come back home to Buffer. I remember when they purchased the DiggDigg social sharing plugin – I even did a video tutorial for DiggDigg back in 2012! In this post I’ll show you how to use Twitter analytics and Buffer you can find your most popular tweets so that you can add them back into your queue with the Buffer Power Scheduler.