10 Reasons Why Ridiculously Busy Bloggers Should Use Hootsuite Pro

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How do I find time to take snapshots like these? By using tools.  Check out our neighborhood in Fiji.

How do I find time to take snapshots like these? By using tools. Check out our neighborhood in Fiji.

I cheat.

I have to admit it; I’m not really all over the place. I may appear to be. Honest to goodness, I’m a cheater, cheater, Peter Peter Pumpkin Eater.

I travel all over the world and show up all over the internet too, on forums, authority blogs and social networks, but I’m cheating to do it. Sorry.


Paradise and Lessons Learned


Here in Savusavu, Fiji I’m living the dream. I’ve been blogging from paradise for the past 39 months straight.

I can recall the split second our plane landed in Denpasar, Bali some 39 months ago. The excitement, the joy and my enthusiasm for being in Bali were unbridled. I was through the roof.

Fast forward 39 months and I have 1 secret that I hold to. This secret has:

  • Saved me 2 to 3 hour’s worth of work each day
  • Saved my fingers
  • Saved my fingertips
  • Helped me leverage my presence with ridiculously little effort
  • Helped boost my blogging traffic and income
  • Helped me enjoy Fiji, and Bali, and Phuket, and Koh Lanta, and every other island paradise I’ve visited

What’s the grand secret? I use tools. What’s my favorite tool:  Hootsuite Pro.

Yep, I use other tools too, which rock, but Hootsuite Pro is the best tool I use. HSP is the most effective, intuitive, easy to embrace tool for freeing up my schedule.

I couldn’t laze on the beach here in Fiji, or chill in Bali, or pet tigers in Thailand or feed monkeys in Costa Rica if I didn’t use tools.


Dumb Ryan


OK, maybe “dumb” is being a bit harsh but I recall the days of manually posting my latest blog post link to 50 or more groups on Facebook.  On some days I’d stay up until 2 AM just copying, pasting and adding a comment or 2 for context.

Now, since I no longer choose to be dumb, stubborn, or ridiculously cheap, I cheat. Or, I use Hootsuite Pro.


Me and Cheating


I’m not really cheating I guess. I just use a tool that helps me publish updates automatically, around the clock, to people across different social networks and across different time zones.

So it looks like I’m all over the place, working like a beast, yet I leverage my presence in seconds. This is how I’ve saved myself 2 to 3 hours a day by using Hootsuite Pro.

So no cheating I reckon, but I almost see it as cheating compared to my “beast of burden” type promotional strategy a few short years back.

I only sell what I use and believe in. If I offer an affiliate product – and yes, I do receive compensation through each HSP sale – I’ve used the product for weeks or months and it’s played a chief role in my internet lifestyle, blogging from paradise.


Today in Savusavu


I woke up. Watched some Fiji One on the tube – World Cup 3rd place game today – ate breakfast, wrote articles for clients and shared my posts for tonight, and tomorrow, via Hootsuite Pro, to multiple social networks.

That last task right there would have taken me hours to complete in the past. Now it takes roughly 5 minutes.

I use it. I believe in it, because I know how much of an impact the tool has had on my life. I feel that it can help you too.


 Before I Continue


Please, engage. Don’t fully automate your blogging promotional strategy. Automating without engaging makes you a bot, and bots do poorly as freelance writers – trust the old me on this one – or pro bloggers, or heck, as anybody.

You can manually engage, or engage with HSP, but keep on chatting. Set up a 2 way street, just like we have here in Savusavu, surprisingly.(although the street is about 10 feet wide)

I snapped this postcard-type shot from our front yard in Savusavu, Fiji last night. Thank you, ferry. Perfect timing.

I snapped this postcard-type shot from our front yard in Savusavu, Fiji last night. Thank you, ferry. Perfect timing.

Chat, engage, ask questions and share answers to make your automation that much more powerful, effective, and to gain the trust of your blogging audience.

The Reasons…


Why should uber busy bloggers use Hootsuite Pro? Here are the reasons….

(Editors Note: But first….evidence that I may be on to something with this post….the folks at Hootsuite Pro responded to this post with….)


Save Time


I save myself 2 to 3 hours of time daily using Hootsuite Pro. No more manual copying and pasting to various groups on various social networks.

I also save time by not having to open twitter or Facebook every few hours to check updates or post content.

Busy bloggers, I hear you. Take my recent trip. I flew from Phuket to Kuala Lumpur to Sydney to Nadi to Labasa. Each flight on a separate day. I left Phuket on Monday at 8:30 PM and with the 5 hour time change and 4 flights, arrived in Savusavu on Thursday at about 6 PM.

If I don’t automate I’m doomed. Enter tools. Whether you’re a working or stay at home mom who blogs on the side or a full time pro blogger you need tools, to be cool, and to save time.

Go Hootsuite Pro.


Computer Strain


Spending hours on the computer each day can put a strain on your eyes, neck and back. Using tools helps you spend less time on the computer which means less strain.

I actually experienced sore fingers in the past from copying and pasting links to so many groups on Facebook and Linked. That’s a problem of the past now.

Tools can help you avoid health issues. Yep, gotta exercise – I did my 40 minute vigorous bike ride through the villages of Savusavu today – but you also need to work intelligently to stay healthy.

I’ve published some 3400 posts to my old blog. As of this writing, I’m intending to do 3, 2500 word or so posts weekly on Blogging From Paradise. I need to reduce strain at all costs through using tools.

Use tools. Get off of the computer.


Get a Life


Using Hootsuite Pro helps you get a life…or have a life…..outside of blogging.

What good does me sharing blog tips do me, if I’m slaving over a laptop for 18 hours a day? I retired 5 years ago to avoid that nightmare. Nope, I’m an internet lifestyle guy these days. I’m blogging…from paradise….and enjoying paradise.

I work some – and mostly have fun working – then play like crazy each day. When Hootsuite is sending out updates I’m either playing, or sleeping.

I may be chilling with friends in Kathmandu, Nepal, or connecting with friends at the Bali Bakery in Denpasar. Wherever I am, I can enjoy being in that hotspot because automated updates are being sent out through my social accounts by HSP.

If you want to retire, learn to let go. Learn to delegate tasks. If you want to retire to a life of island hopping you better automate to make your life easier, and to have a life at that.


Hit Different Time Zones to Maximize Your Exposure


When I go to bed tonight I’ll have the globe covered. I’m the first time zone west of the International Date Line; yep, I’ll see today before just about any of you.

So Fiji residents, and a few of my Aussie buddies and New Zealand buddies will see my live updates.

Tools allow me to do what Madi does.....the Fiji cat can sleep with the best of them.

Tools allow me to do what Madi does…..the Fiji cat can sleep with the best of them.

Then I’ll Hootsuite updates to twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn for the rest of Asia, Europe, Africa and The Americas. Easy peasy, at the click of a button.

Busy bloggers need a way to reach the world without going bonkers. HSP it.


Chat in the Future


OK, it’s one thing to automate updates, and yet another to chat in the future. I can send out my latest blog post via Hootsuite but I can also send out @replies on twitter in the future too using this tool.

If you’re a tweet fan you know clogging the stream gets annoying and sending out a steady flow of evenly timed tweets is twitterly pleasing.

HSP allows you to respond to someone while living in Fiji according to their time zone, or at least according to your preferred time zone.

I like scheduling @reply chats during EST hours in the US. Makes sense to chat when people are around, right? I may be fast asleep in Savusavu when they respond but rest assured, I can get back to them within 24 hours, and again, tailor updates according to their time zone.


Intuitive Interface


I find Hootsuite Pro easy to use. Simply open up the app and check whatever streams you’ve chosen to display. I focus heavily on twitter. I display twitter streams and @replies.

I may add LinkedIn or Facebook if I want to boost engagement on each network to drive targeted traffic to my blog through these channels.

Hey, I’m a busy blogger. I know you are too Saving myself seconds or minutes today, by using an easy to embrace app, adds up to hours, weeks and months over the long haul.

@Reply, or share your latest travel photos, or latest posts, or text updates quickly and easily.


Cost Effective


Hootsuite Pro offers a powerful leveraging solution for a few dollars each month. Leveraging your cash, time and energy helps you retire, island hop and have a life too.

Not much else to add here. Other than that, if you want to spend a few bucks to make your blogging life easier, and you want to send out evergreen posts through cost effective tool, go HSP.


I Promote It


Alright, this one’s open to serious debate….but again, I promote only what I use, believe in, and what’s improved my life drastically….so if you trust an island-hopping, retired from the 9-5 grind, pro blogger, come on board.

Hootsuite it.

OK, I’ll toss in a video now if you want to see me chat from Fiji. Click the play button.


Ease of Importing


I belonged to hundreds of Facebook Groups. Then I bought HSP. I worried like mad. How could I hit the beach in Phuket(or Fiji or Vietnam, or Costa Rica) if I had to manually add so many groups?

No worries. HSP offers you ease of importing, meaning that once you log in and synch accounts you’ll automatically add any group from Facebook or LinkedIn that you choose to add.

As you can imagine this saves one a ton of time.

The last 3 reasons were kinda short but no sense stringing out an easy to understand and embrace reason, right? This next one will be a bit longer.


Hootsuite Pro Forces You to Pay for a Tool


Alright, this is an upside and downside (as I’ll discuss later)….depending on your mindset.

I admit it; I was a globetrotting fool who was a bit too much of a fool. I refused to drop a few bucks on Hootsuite for many, many months. I refused to spend cheddar.

I was living in paradise yet spending too much time in front of my laptop manually sending out updates, logging in to multiple social media accounts to reply to my friends, and doing time-wasting stuff, all over a few bucks each month.

One day I said “the heck with it”, bought the tool, and freed up 14 to 21 hours of my work week.

The main reason why I use tools. I want to blog from paradise, not work in paradise. I snapped the "picture-perfect coconut trees on the beach in Fiji" shot yesterday.

The main reason why I use tools. I want to blog from paradise, not work all day in paradise. I snapped the “picture-perfect coconut trees on the beach in Fiji” shot yesterday.

Here’s the deal; to retire, and become a PROFESSIONAL blogger, who makes enough money to travel the world, and who socks away some scratch too, you must move into the spirit of opulence.

It may not take money to make money but it takes using tools to make your life easier. It takes:

  • Spending money on dependable web hosting to brand yourself professionally, and to keep your site live 99% or more of the time
  • Buying tools to automate intelligently, saving yourself time and energy
  • Spending money on a reliable internet connection through which you publish your content and connect with readers

The list can go on for a few minutes depending on the size and scope of your blogging operation but for me, I had to learn, to move into higher circles, and to be taken seriously, to release money, to spend it on things that mattered, to become a pro.

The Universe is energy. Professional bloggers send off professional energy, through their content, the value of their connections, their overall presentation, and through their willingness to spend at least a few dollars on their tools, presentation and education.

Put plain and simple, if I didn’t spend at least a few bucks making my life easier I’d still be in Port Newark reading numbers off of shipping containers and trying to calm down surly truck drivers instead of listening to crickets serenade me as I type these words, overlooking the bay in Savusavu, Fiji.

Spend a few bucks folks. This lesson will teach you that pros invest in effective tools that amateurs complain about, “not being able to afford.”

(On a side note, if you can’t shell out $7, $10, or even $20 a month for some tool or service, how do you expect the Universe to reward you with enough money, to retire to a life of island hopping? Remember, it’s all energy, and you get whatever you think you can afford, and deserve.)


The 2 Main Downsides/Disadvantages


#1: You Have to Pay for it


People who are struggling financially – or non-serious bloggers – would complain about having to pay for Hootsuite Pro, and professional bloggers – or aspiring pros – would pay for Hootsuite Pro without complaining.

So if you’re really struggling financially, or afraid to spend a few bucks to accelerate your blogging success, then this is a downside. Hey, I’ve been there folks on both levels…no judgments. It just is what it is. Or, if you’re a hyper bootstrapper, I hear ya too.

You CAN certainly see success without using this tool, or by bootstrapping across the board but I believe investing a scant few bucks in a tool will make your blogging life easier.


#2: The Days of Automating to a Zillion Groups Are Over


Facebook has cracked down on automating to a ton of groups at a time. This too can be seen as a downside. You can’t get quite the bang for the buck you did in the past.

Facebook has smacked me down here and there for aggressive automating. I deserved it. I was too exuberant.

Now I automate a few updates each day to Facebook Groups, to LinkedIn Groups, and to a few more of my social networking profiles. Twitter of course is an exception; you can automate more aggressively through this micro-blogging platform.

Overall though, you’ll have to send out updates to 10 or so Facebook Groups at a time, staggered by an hour or 2, to withstand Facebook’s wrath. Downside I reckon.


The Verdict


I see 2 downsides and 10 upsides. Or you can ID the money issue as a “draw” so, we can say 9 upsides or benefits, and 1 downside of drawback. You know how I feel by now.

You can give the tool a whirl for a month. Take your 30 day free trial of Hootsuite Pro here.


Your Turn


OK, call to action time guys.

Please share this post on all of your social networks if you found value in it.

Do you use Hootsuite Pro?

How has your experience been?

Do you use tools to make your life easier?

Or do you prefer to manually send out updates across social networks?

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  1. Ryan Biddulph (Post author)

    So, do you automate?

    What tools do you use?

  2. Kelli

    Hey Ryan
    This was not only a good endorsement for this product but for any other good ones that truly allow you to leverage your time and make the most of your online business efforts. At such a reasonable price, it would be kind of silly not to use a product such as this for more serious social media efforts. So long as you don’t become a total bot, this is one area where automation is certainly smarter than doing it all on your own.
    Kelli recently posted…Ready for a Change? Getting from Where You Are to Where You Want to Be Part 2My Profile

    1. Ryan Biddulph (Post author)

      Agreed KC. I find it strange that some bloggers would rather work 1, 2 or 3 extra hours daily, instead of making a tiny investment but hey that was me too for a while. A little leveraging can take your blog a long way….especially when you’re blogging on the run as we are. Use tools to make your life easier. Thanks for stopping by and sharing.

  3. Balazs Hende

    Hi Ryan, thanks for the great review. I’ll try this stuff out :)
    Balazs Hende recently posted…Are You Sick? Write a Blog and Get Better!My Profile

    1. Ryan Biddulph (Post author)

      Thanks Balazs, if you have any questions about Hootsuite please let me know, OK? Just shoot me an email: ryan_biddulph@hotmail(dot)com or simply respond to this comment and I’ll help you out. Have a fun day :)

  4. Ayan

    Heyy!! Ryan. I am really fascinated by your life. It feels awesome to tour around world and blog about it. It’s really mesmerizing to have new experiences and live a new day at different places. :)
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    1. Ryan Biddulph (Post author)

      Ayan I am so blessed. I worked to make it happen but the Universe has blessed me with an amazing experience, and I realize this more each day. Thanks much for stopping by and sharing. See you soon.

  5. Sylviane Nuccio

    Hi Ryan,

    You’ve written such an excellent review here that it will probably be hard to resist for anyone reading this. I have to admit that I’ve never tried a paid automator of this kind, but also I do not belong to some 50-100 facebook groups. My question here, by the way, is how in the world can you do that? Or are you able to do this because thanks to such tool you can be active in all of them? Or do you not need to be active in any of them at all?

    Lately what I’ve done is joining more Google+ communities to spread my blog posts around me, but as you said, it’s lots of work when you have to do it manually, and I don’t have as much time as you have, I’m sure, to start with, so you can only imaging.

    Anyways, thank you so much for this, and I will check that out for sure. Your pictures are gorgeous. What a luck guy you are!

    1. Ryan Biddulph (Post author)

      Hi Sylviane, great to see you here :) Actually, I share to certain groups at a time, in 10 group or so intervals, depending on the nature of the post. I may not engage fully in all groups but check in here and there to be a live body, and not to automate only. Good tip on G Plus; I just started being active over there a few weeks ago, again. Do you have any helpful blogging Communities to suggest? Thanks Sylviane for your awesome comment, and I’ll keep the pictures coming.

  6. Dan Western

    Nice one Ryan. I’m looking to start using Hootsuite very shortly as no doubt will it reduce the time spent copying and pasting links all over the place.

    Looking forward to it!
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    1. Ryan Biddulph (Post author)

      Dan definitely. 2 to 3 hours minimum for me, and if you belong to fewer groups it’ll probably be 30 minutes to an hour. Your fingers will appreciate this too :) Thanks for stopping by and sharing.

  7. Kevin Duncan

    Hi Ryan,

    I promised I would stop by after reading your wonderful and nice comment on my blog, and here I am! :-)

    Really nice blog you’ve got here. And I can see it’s already a hit!

    I must admit to being “dumb”… To date, I don’t automate anything I do on social media. It’s all me.

    On that note, I really should look into Hootsuite. As Be A Better Blogger grows, I’m going to have less and less time. But I like the warning you gave:

    “Please, engage. Don’t fully automate your blogging promotional strategy. Automating without engaging makes you a bot, and bots do poorly as freelance writers.”

    That’s an excellent tip. Engage, engage, engage.

    Hope you’re having a great day, Ryan. I published a new post this morning, so feel free to head on over and check it out.

    Kevin Duncan recently posted…There is no magic formula for achieving blogging successMy Profile

    1. Ryan Biddulph (Post author)

      Kevin, I’ll be over shortly. Thanks so much for letting me know. Nope, you’re definitely not in the dumb category lol….a little automation may help you out as your growing blog, and time constraints, are influencing you to hand over the reins a bit. Keep on engaging and automating becomes more powerful. Thanks again Kevin.

  8. Clara

    I just found out I can have Hootsuite post to my G+ page and then I read this. Talk about synchronicity. I think you convinced me.
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    1. Ryan Biddulph (Post author)

      Excellent Clara. I’ve used G Plus so little – especially on the automation side – and didn’t even have a Page. Thank you for inspiring me to put up a G Plus Blogging from Paradise Page ;) Appreciate it Clara.

  9. Joseph Montes

    Great job Ryan! Thanks for the write up :) Ive used many auto posters and Hoot is in my top 3. Facebook tends to block Hoot, I guess when I was hitting 1000+ MLM groups there, that might happen :)

    Best wishes,
    Joseph Montes
    Joseph Montes recently posted…How To Make Friends And Influence Customers With Social Media MarketingMy Profile

    1. Ryan Biddulph (Post author)

      Hahaha Joseph wow that’s a ton of groups. I posted to a bit too many myself for a while, and got the smackdown. I do understand their concerns though so it’s why I hit 10 or so groups at a time, if that, and simply promote in waves. Thanks for sharing, and stopping by.

  10. Connor from Hootsuite

    Thanks for taking the time to pen such a well written article Ryan! Really appreciate that you’re sharing all of you intel with other bloggers out their!

    Let me know if I can ever help with any Hootsuite or social media questions!

    -Connor from Hootsuite
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    1. Ryan Biddulph (Post author)

      Connor, thanks so much for stopping by and sharing the kind words. It’s my pleasure because Hootsuite really has made my life much easier. It allows me to island hop ;) Will do Connor, and have a wonderful day.

  11. scott

    That is pretty much amazing! I am going to try it tonight!!!!!
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    1. Ryan Biddulph (Post author)

      Scott sounds great. Do let me know if you have any questions about Hootsuite Pro. Have a fun night, and thanks so much for stopping by.

  12. Phillip Dews

    Top post dude! I upgraded my account yesterday and check this out! I Got 60 Days of HSP free!

    Not all bad hey buddy!
    Great review dude!
    – PD

    1. Ryan Biddulph (Post author)

      Woohoo! Sounds great PD, HSP does indeed rock. Thanks :)

  13. Ileane

    Hi Ryan,

    After seeing these wonderful pics and videos, I feel like I just took a vacation!
    I’m a big fan of HootSuite but I never felt I needed the pro version. But you certainly make a great case for it! Thanks for the post my dear.
    Ileane recently posted…5 Incredible Ways To Master Google Plus with CircloscopeMy Profile

    1. Ryan Biddulph (Post author)

      Ileane, great to see you! Aha….I love hearing that. I want to take so many folks along for the ride, so even if you can’t be here in Fiji now, or in any of these spots in this moment, I’m so happy that you feel this way. My absolute pleasure Ileane, the pro edition is a powerful tool for sure. Thanks so much for stopping by and sharing. See you soon.

  14. pavan deshpande

    Hi Ryan ,

    You have written such a wonderful review really i blown away reading it , the pics and video’s are wonderful too .

    enjoy your tour and stay blessed

    i will share this among my friends

    1. Ryan Biddulph (Post author)

      Pavan, thanks so much for your kind words. I appreciate it. I love posting the travel images. Thanks for sharing with your friends too!

  15. donna merrill

    Hi Ryan,

    I’ve heard a tiny bit about Hootsuite Pro, but not like this! I used to use Hootsuite, then just left it behind in the dust. However, reading through the benefits, I like what the Pro has to offer.

    I just have to get over myself not using these automated tools. It’s like an internal love/hate thing going on with me. I’m at the point where I have a great gal coming into my home office three times a week helping us out with lots of things done manually. So, I don’t care about the cost. It pays to have something that will bring back business.

    Hmmm…now you have me thinking about it. This is the best review I’ve ever read because you have personalized it and I can well resonate with you.

    donna merrill recently posted…Blogging vs Facebook PagesMy Profile

    1. Ryan Biddulph (Post author)

      Donna, appreciate the kind words. Yep, I too had that inner struggle. I hated bots, like the old Terminator movies lol….but traveling so much, I needed to get serious about doing the automating thing, and you can still personalize a bunch too. Thanks again for the share and have a great day.

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  18. Jacob Share

    This *is* a great review, and I’ll use your aff link when I have time for a trial. I’m currently trying CoSchedule, which integrates nicely to WordPress but it’s still a bit buggy as it’s fairly new, and I have a feeling HSP is much more feature-filled.

    One question with your facebook groups example: can HSP show you which of your groups is responding to your posts, so that you can e.g. stop posting to groups that never engage and focus more on the ones that do?

    1. Ryan Biddulph (Post author)

      Hi Jacob, Thanks much. HSP does have quite a few nice features which I’m learning more about myself. Yes, you can set up tabs for individual groups, and gauge engagement, Likes, etc. Thanks again Jacob and have a great week.

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  22. Escape Hunter

    Well, if you have a lot of social media buzz, a crowd of fans, then you need a good tool to manage everything…

    You seem to like that Fiji water bottle!
    The first time I bought one of these was in Singapore:

    It was a plain simple stillwater, but I said to myself: “wow, it’s from Fiji!”… that water came all the way from those islands.

    1. Ryan Biddulph (Post author)

      EH, that is very, very true. Tools help us manage accounts, and help us save time too. All about leveraging. Really? I never had Fiji water until I came to Fiji, honest. Singapore is supposed to be awesome. Did you enjoy your stay there?

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  24. Phil

    Honestly, I don’t see that much value in this post. I must admit that I simply don’t get why HSP is so useful for you. I’m missing some real practical advice. But this may only be me.

    Nevertheless, I stay away from products that DO NOT clearly state their price. I you go to the HSP website and click on “plans” you see a lot of features (which may be great if you need them) but I couldn’t find a price. This is simply ridiculous these days therefore I go on with using BuzzBundle (which I personally like much more but again, that may be just me)…

    1. Ryan Biddulph (Post author)

      Phil, I wish Hootsuite Pro would do the same with pricing. I intended to be practical, but you have a different take on the word, which makes the world interesting, right? ;) Thanks for sharing your thoughts!

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  28. Damon

    Great post! We are linking to this great article on our
    site. Keep up the good writing.
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    1. Ryan Biddulph (Post author)

      Damon I appreciate that!


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