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Using Hiplay to automate your Tweets

A few weeks ago I posted about how to schedule tweets using Buffer. Buffer can make your life easy – as it’s simple to schedule…


automate your tweets with hiplay

A few weeks ago I posted about how to schedule tweets using Buffer.

Buffer can make your life easy – as it’s simple to schedule tweets at the click of a button. But Buffer has a little sister who can make your life even easier.

Hiplay is a tool that will automate your tweets. It will automatically schedule updates for you, over and over again.

automate your tweets with hiplay

automate your tweets with hiplay

Logging into Hiplay will bring you to the dashboard, there you will see a list of tweets under three tabs:

  • Unprocessed
  • Evergreen
  • Archived

Unprocessed tweets are your latest posts that have been in your buffer queue. Here you have an option to click ‘evergreen’. It’s your evergreen content that will be sent to your queue.

The evergreen tab lists all your evergreen posts – these randomly get pushed into your feed.

Archived tweets are ones that you’ve marked as evergreen before, but no longer want to use them. Though you can mark them as evergreen again if you wish.

automate your tweets with hiplay

You can automate up to 10 tweets again and can opt to have them only jump in your queue when it’s empty – which is handy if you’re a bit useless at scheduling Tweets! Or you can have them sent out daily regardless of your queue.

This means that you can focus on scheduling your recent content and let Hiplay do it’s job with your evergreen content.

You’ll never have to worry about your feed going dead again with this – what a life saver it will be, especially when you’re on holiday or busy!

So have a play with Hiplay and let me know what you think.

Do you have any tools to help your automate your social media?

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  1. Aw, $5 a month? If it were free I’d be in, but since my blog’s total lifetime profits are $1.18, it’s not in the budget! Sounds like a cool idea though, it’s not much fun digging through the archives of what I’ve already posted on Buffer looking for evergreen stuff to mix in with my new articles (and i only have four months of archives.)

    I put the Buffer app on my phone so that if I forget to fill up my queue at my desk, I can still throw a few extra tweets in from wherever I am. Until I start making a little regular money, it’s the free and difficult way for me! Haha.

  2. I am currently using hootsuite, and I think I need to change over. Corrine do you schedule from your phone or your computer?

    Erin || MakeErinOver

  3. I use tweetdeck and I can’t say extremely happy with it. An evergreen option would be great, but I’m not sure the pricetag is justifiable for me. I don’t have a huge amount of following on twitter.

  4. Ahhh this is JUST what I’ve been looking for! Currently using Hootsuite which does the job for the most part, but does have its limits. Thank you so much for sharing 🙂

  5. This sounds really convenient! I don’t use twitter too often, but this might make it more interesting.

    Bella Pummarola

  6. I don’t automate anything life would be so much easier if I did. Reading this makes me think maybe it is time to rethink automatic posting as you say holiday being a great opportunity Lucy x

  7. I usually just tweet on the fly whenever I find something interesting I want to share but Hiplay sounds worth checking out since I’d like the option to automate my tweets as well.. Thanks for the intro!

  8. Ohh yay! I am using Buffer after reading your post about using them but because I’m cheap, I use only free option meaning I only schedule 10 at a time so this sounds brilliant and super helpful.

  9. I tried to get this but there are only paid options? $5 for 100 evergreen posts, no free 10 evergreen posts option. Where do I find the free option?

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