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The best times for tire dealers to post on social media

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The best times for tire dealers to post on social media

Analysis of more than 17.5 million posts has revealed the best time for businesses across 75 major industry sectors to post on social media.

Marketing analytics firm TrackMaven has released a “social media cheat sheet”  recommending the optimal times and days for companies to post on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram and Pinterest.

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The automotive industry was among those industries TrackMaven researched. So, the good news for tire dealers who use social media is, these are the best times and days to post to the various platforms:

TrackMaven’s research doesn’t break the “automotive” category down to make a specific recommendation for the tire industry but the research was based on the social media success of more than 17,700 brands. TrackMaven evaluated the best times to post based on the average number of interactions per post per 1,000 followers during each hour of the day and day of the week. So it’s probably the best general guide out there.

Do your own research

While general industry figures are a great place to start, it’s always best to look at your own figures and see when your posts have had the most success. Social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook come with analytic tools that tell you how many people saw it, liked it, engaged with it, shared it, and so on. These figures are an excellent guide for what works best for your specific business and your particular audience. So read your own analytics and let that guide you.

But, don’t be afraid to post at other times, too. Trial and error is a great way to find out what works and what doesn’t. Perhaps start by trying some of these times, which TrackMaven found are the best times to post overall:

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Other ways to give your social media the best chance of success

Traction News has plenty of advice to help tire dealers get the most out of their social media. Check out these articles for advice on why it’s worthwhile paying for social media advertising, how to get big results from your social media on a small budget, how to use social media to generate tire sales and how to convert followers into customers.

Don’t forget to follow Traction News on our social media accounts to keep up with news and information especially for tire dealers. We’re on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram.

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