You can learn more about it in this post from Econsultancy.
One thing that Edge Rank has the potential of doing is lowering the value of an update from a third-party tool and prioritizing updates that are made directly on Facebook.
You can use Buffer to update one Facebook, Twitter, and Linked In account for free with up to 10 updates scheduled at a time.
There is also a Pro plan for $10 per month that allows you to have up to six social media accounts and up to 50 scheduled updates or a Premium plan for $99 per month that allows you to have unlimited social media accounts and scheduled updates.
See it in action on the Facebook page for Convince & Convert.
allows you to add your blog feed to be updated on your Facebook, Twitter, Linked In, Tumblr, Status Net, and My Space accounts.
Updates Lumped Together You also have to worry about updates from third-party tool getting clumped together.
This doesn’t happen with all apps, but it does with some, especially if there are an over-abundance of updates from one particular app.
Buffer is one of my favorite tools – it allows you to schedule and publish updates.
Unlike other platforms where you have to schedule each update at a specific time, Buffer allows you to set up a specific scheduling pattern.
If a friend, subscription, or page annoys a user with updates from a particular third-party app, that user might hide any updates from that app altogether.