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Tom Masiero
Tom Masiero@blendahtom · GM of LaunchBit
@noahkagan is this a product of yours? I signed up for the beta a week or two ago after they apparently targeted me using the service. It wasn't spam IMO.
noah kagan
noah kaganHunter@noahkagan · Chief Sumo, AppSumo.com
@BlendahTom Hey dude. No, this isn't mine. My friend @lkr made it.
Laura Roeder
Laura RoederMaker@lkr · Founder, MeetEdgar & Ropig
@BlendahTom Hey Tom! You're thinking of another service, we don't do any targeting
Tom Masiero
Tom Masiero@blendahtom · GM of LaunchBit
@lkr My apologies it was a different service ;)
Erik Torenberg
Erik TorenbergHiring@eriktorenberg · Former Product Hunt
this is really interesting - has anyone used a product like this before?
Tom Masiero
Tom Masiero@blendahtom · GM of LaunchBit
@eriktorenberg I remember http://followgen.com/ which got shutdown. Cool backstory here -> https://news.ycombinator.com/ite...
Laura Roeder
Laura RoederMaker@lkr · Founder, MeetEdgar & Ropig
@BlendahTom We're pretty different from those guys, we don't have any functionality for autofollowing, autofavoriting or anything like that. Edgar stores all of your social updates in categories that go out on a schedule that you choose.
Erik Torenberg
Erik TorenbergHiring@eriktorenberg · Former Product Hunt
@BlendahTom good find!
Tom Masiero
Tom Masiero@blendahtom · GM of LaunchBit
@lkr your right I'm "that guy" :(
Tom Masiero
Tom Masiero@blendahtom · GM of LaunchBit

@eriktorenberg  this was the product I was originally thinking of.  I will be highlighting them tmrw :) 

Matt
Matt@mzuvella · Director of Marketing @ FamePick
Pricey IMO...5x that of Buffer's premium plan.
Chris Allan Li
Chris Allan Li@chrisallanli · Creator of Smarthash for Instagram
@mzuvella It's def a little pricey, but I think Buffer & Edgar are used for two different ( and complementary strategies ). Buffer is great for delaying & spreading content that have a shelf life, Edgar can be used to make sure your evergreen blog posts can truly get their evergreen value by automatically rescheduling your content to post ( emphasis on automatically rescheduling ). Both are great products, but I think they have different complementary strengths.
J. Pablo Fernández
J. Pablo Fernández@pupeno · Founder at Dashman
@mzuvella @chrisallanli I've heard that Buffer was going to implement something similar to Edgar, so, I went and checked, but still nothing.
Daylen
Daylen@askdaylen · Student and Wikipedian in Vancouver
I find companies who use this so annoying as I read my full timeline since I last logged in. Normally, I will just unfollow them if they do this constantly.
J. Pablo Fernández
J. Pablo Fernández@pupeno · Founder at Dashman
@askdaylen yes, this would be very annoying for people that read their whole timeline, but almost nobody does it and over time, this is becoming less and less likely. I mean, reading the whole timeline is impossible in Facebook already as there is no fix timeline to read. I think Twitter is more like a room where people are conversing. You go in, participate if you want, go out when you are done. Having said that, I understand why you would unfollow us when we use that app, but my experience is that the upside is much bigger than the downside when using Edgar.