How To Tweet More Content From Anywhere On The Web

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As of today, there has been an interesting update coming from Tweet publishing Tool Buffer. The app was reviewed here on SEJ a few months ago. It allows you to add tweets to your Buffer which are then posted at conveniently spread out intervals throughout the day. So you can add a lot of tweets in one sitting without drowning your followers in a flood of tweets.

One of the pitfalls mentioned by readers was the lack of a fully fledged Firefox plugin they could use to Buffer tweets from anywhere on the web.

The team has been busy and published the fully functional Firefox add-on today. You can download it from inside the App, or if you’re already a Buffer user you can download it from here.

The Features

The new add-on boasts a set of interesting features, which are already available for the equivalent Chrome extension and Safari extension.

  • You can Buffer tweets from any webpage by clicking the Buffer icon

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  • You can Buffer Retweets from inside Twitter.com

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  • Use the keyboard shortcut “ctrl+alt+b” to bring up the Buffer Box
  • Highlight some text on a page and then click the Buffer Button to make it into a Tweet

The recent feature add-ons with Buffer make for an even simpler sharing experience. Co-Founder Leo Widrich stated that “It is our goal to make genuine, optimised sharing on Twitter from anywhere on the web even simpler. The creation of the Firefox add-on is hopefully a big step towards sharing from no matter where you are online”.


You can give Buffer a go here: BufferApp.

Ann Smarty
Ann Smarty is the blogger and community manager at Internet Marketing Ninjas. Ann's expertise in blogging and tools serve as a base for her writing, tutorials and her guest blogging project, MyBlogGuest.com.
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    Thanks for sharing such information. I guess Buffer would be really helpful in future on twitter.

  • http://twitter.com/LeoWid Leo Widrich

    Thanks a lot for the post Ann, much appreciated. If anyone has any questions, please let me know. I hope you enjoy Buffering 🙂

    • http://www.modernlifeblogs.com Amit

      Great Post! Thnx for sharing the useful information about the buffer app. I used this app and find it’s so useful and make are work so easy. It’s Automatic scheduling rocks. Keep on going! Love it. 

      • http://twitter.com/akzarzycka Aleksandra Zarzycka

        Hi Ann, thanks for the post, my favorite feature is the Analytics. Do you know any other free apps that have the analytics feature apart from Buffer App?

  • http://twitter.com/Exit178 Exit178

    Nice. I now moved my buffer app from my Bookmarks Toolbar to my Add-on Bar which isn’t so crowded.  Great option to retweet right from inside Twitter even though I spend most time on HootSuite.

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  • http://twitter.com/ribeirasacra ribeirasacra

    It does not work with FF 3.6.18

    • http://webboomm.com Herwin Wevers

      Right. It´s a big no-no for me if it doesn´t work from the browser and it does OT work from FF 3.6.18

  • http://webboomm.com Herwin Wevers

    Ah, spoke to early. Just upgraded firefox to 5.0.1 and it works great. Great app by the way. Haven´t tried it yet but been looking for something alike that let´s you just post with a fixed schedule in stead of scheduling event post like in many Twitter management tools (I mainly use Hootsuite) which is quite a pain. For monioring Hootsuite is great, but not for posting.