The Importance of Timing

For those who have read my last couple of posts, you will know that I have been working on my latest project Fotostat (Closed beta starting soon - sign up @ www.fotost.at) which is going to help Photographers to better understand their audience. Whilst most pay attention to the subject and style they use when addressing their audience, timing is often overlooked as being unimportant or inconvenient. The problem is that without the right timing, you may be missing out on valuable time in front of your audience.

As yet, Fotostat is not ready for public consumption - but all of you, my friends on here, are steadily posting away on Google+, addressing your audience. To attempt to aid you (and myself!) in getting the most out of your posts I have created Google+Timing, a site which analyzes your post history (capped at 100 posts for now) that highlights the days and hours in which your posts have the highest impact. Check it out @ timing.minimali.se.

* There is currently an issue with +1 counts found via the G+ API. I expect this to be fixed soon, but comments and reshares are still working as normal so the site is still useful

If you have any thoughts or comments on the site, as always, I would love to hear them.

Your reshares are appreciated

+Colby Brown +Robert Scoble +DeWitt Clinton +Chris Pirillo +Mike Elgan +Chris Brogan +Chris Chabot +Ahmed Zeeshan +Vic Gundotra +Christina Trapolino +Tom Anderson +Linda Lawrey +Denis Labelle +Ade Oshineye +Nancy Messieh +Guy Kawasaki +Johnathan Chung +Jesse Stay +Daria Musk
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