New Features for Bluesky Just Launched with Better Threads and RSS Support 

Last year we were the first service to support scheduling to Bluesky, and since then, we’ve continued to release more support for a growing platform with an awesome community. We’ve released capabilities that make using Bluesky way easier, like automatic link cards, crossposting to multiple platforms with custom text per network, and now this year … Read more

How We Used Twitter (now X) Threads to Increase Impressions by 2417%

Introduction X (formerly Twitter) threads are often used to express more than just the 280-character limit. However, they are often left unnoticed on the advantage which they provide for boosting engagement and increasing traffic! To stay on top of our publishing game, we utilize Fedica to schedule posts to be posted daily at the most … Read more

Colour coded social media publishing

One of the most powerful functions of Fedica’s social media scheduler is the ability to categorize your publishing, allowing you to publish a variety of posts to your audience. This helps keeping your followers engaged and reduces unfollows caused by monotonic content. In essence, it’s a way to segment your publishing, similar to how you can … Read more

How to schedule threads in Hootsuite

We are big fans of Hootsuite! We are also big fans of X (formerly Twitter) threads! We previously wrote about how to schedule threads; unfortunately, however, Hootsuite doesn’t support scheduling threads natively (at the time of this writing). But, that doesn’t mean you can’t schedule threads using Hootsuite. It can be done if you install the … Read more

Advanced ways to Schedule Twitter (now X) Threads

Last summer we launched a new tool that allowed scheduling X (formerly Twitter) threads. Over the past year we have continued to enhance this tool; thus, allowing you to customize your scheduled threads even more. The first major change is the ability to attach different images to each post in a thread. While this was … Read more

How to Schedule Twitter (now X) Threads

Scheduling X (formerly Twitter) threads has become a necessity. Some people like to send post storms, others simply need to make important statements that can’t really fit in 280 characters. In late 2017 X officially introduced the ability to create X threads natively within the service. You simply compose multiple posts and send them as … Read more