With Buffer, you can quickly and easily schedule your posts on various social networks and thus automate the entire process. This has the great advantage that you get a break from your smartphone and don’t always have to open Instagram independently to publish posts. With Buffer, you decide the time, date, and more. Just add the upcoming posts to the queue. It can save you a lot of time and you can always post during peak hours to reach more people.
For whom is Buffer worthwhile?
I personally use Buffer for some projects, especially when it comes to marketing and building a brand. Here is an example of how it looks in the dashboard:
Yes, it is. You can add up to 10 images in the queue with the free version and have access to Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. You can sign up for Buffer here.
This is the complete pricing overview:
Conclusion: If you only want to publish content, Buffer can be extremely helpful. However, if you have an Instagram account where you have a personal relationship with your followers and want to maintain it, you should be as active as possible on Instagram to be able to reply to comments and messages. Of course, this all depends on your niche and account type.