The Best (And Worst) Times to Post on Social Media

We get it, managing your business's social media accounts can be daunting: from tweaking tweet lengths to mastering Facebook tone, to using the right hashtags at the right times.

But what savvy social media users know is that there's a science to getting it right — if you follow certain parameters, you're almost guaranteed to get the results you were working toward. All it takes is some knowledge and forethought, and anyone can be well on their way to posting engaging content.

Thanks to this infographic from online payroll company SurePayroll's blog, we know the best and worst times to post.

Here are a few takeaways for each major social media site:

Read the original article on Fast Company.

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