In 2019 and beyond, social media is and will continue to be one of the best ways to amplify your brand online and highlight the great content you create. Yet it isn’t enough to simply be active, posting content at your leisure. Fact is, if you are looking for visibility and engagement on your social posts, some times are just better than others. So, what are the best hours to post on each social media channel?

Don’t shoot the messenger, but the honest answer is there is no perfect time to post. We are all different, and everybody browses each social network a little bit differently. So different businesses may find different days and times work best for them. Twitter and Pinterest are great examples of this. Tweets typically perform well at hours like 6 p.m., whereas Pinterest often sees certain posts perform well as late at 2 a.m.

That doesn’t mean those are the only (or best) times for your brand to post though. Good post timing largely depends on the platform you’re using and how your target audience interacts with that platform, the regions and time zones you’re targeting, and your specific marketing goals (like clickthroughs, shares, etc.).

What Are The Best Times to Post on Social Media?

 

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