Don't Just Tweet, PLAN IT for Optimum Viewing - New Plan Your Post social Media Sharing Feature!

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New features from Plan Your Post enables anyone to add a browser bookmarklet so they can easily share any web page on the go to Twitter or Facebook at the best time for maximum views. Additionally, anyone can add the 'Plan It' button to their blog or website to enable visitors to share the page information at peak social engagement times.

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Plan Your Post announces the launch of new, powerful post planning and sharing tools!

Schedule from anywhere, at anytime, to enable maximum views!

FEATURE #1 - The Browser Bookmarklet
Like Pinterest? Love the browser bookmark tool!

Available to anyone for free, once added, the browser bookmarklet allows users to plan posts from any url to Facebook and Twitter, pulling in a image from the page or even videos along with the user generated message! Prepare to be in post planning heaven! The bookmarklet works in IE 8 & 9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari, and more!

Get your Plan It browser bookmarklet now!

FEATURE #2 - PLAN IT button for your website and blog

The Plan It button allows visitors to schedule posts from the host site. Just like the "Tweet This" and Facebook "Share" buttons but with the powerful bonus of enabling the visitor to schedule the post for set times, allowing optimum visibility and engagement.

No more late night posts that no one sees! The Plan It button is of value to blog owners as it allows visitors to share at peak times, and it benefits the person sharing as they also get optimum views on their social posts by scheduling strategically rather than just posting at the moment.

The PLAN IT button is available to anyone free of cost. Plan Your Post allows users to configure the button style, enter a url and then code is generated to add to the web page or blog.

Why post to twitter when reading a great blog post at 11:30 p.m. when the peak engagement would be at 8:30 a.m. or another time? Now with use of the Plan Your Post bookmarklet or Plan It button on a site, users can plan tweets for the next day while reading blogs late at night!

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