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Do You Know Your Social Media Dead Zones?
Social Media Dead Zones what on Earth are they?
Basically, they are the worst times to post to Social Media sites! Knowing these "dead zone times" will make all the difference in how much engagement you get from your social media posts that you make. These are the times when there are the least amount of people using those sites.
Here are the Social Media Dead Zone Times
- Facebook: Between 12 AM to 8 AM.
- Twitter: Between 8 PM to 8 AM.
- Instagram: Between 12 AM to 8 AM.
- Pinterest: Between 1-7 AM to 5-7 PM.
- Google+: Between 6 PM to 8 AM.
- LinkedIn: Between 9 AM to 5 PM.
- Tumblr: Between 12 AM to 12 PM.
Okay so those are the worst times
to post to Social Media. The best times
to post of course would be anytime in between those times.
However the best time to post on Social Media is usually in the late afternoon to the early evening time. Why is that? Because by then it's the end of the day and people aren't in such a rush to get ready for work and have more time on their hands and are likely to spend more time using social media compared to the mornings and afternoons and you have a better chance of them engaging with that content too.
What are the best days to post to Social Media?
According to Buzzsumo
statistics these are the best days to post to each of these Social Media sites.
The best day to post to;
- Facebook: is on a Tuesday.
- Twitter: is on a Tuesday.
- Pinterest: is on a Monday.
- Google+: is on Tuesday.
- LinkedIn: is on a Monday.
The best day to share anything overall is on a Tuesday
. Why a Tuesday? Well it's not a Monday for starters. But people are generally more active early in the week and trolling social media to see what their friends were up to on the weekend. That and some other reasons to do with Tuesday being the best day of the week for posting to Social Media sites for why content goes viral after analysing 100 million articles
What do you think are the best and worst times to post to Social Media and why?