Phill Agnew

Senior Product Marketer @ Buffer

A collection of 32 posts by Phill Agnew - Page 2

Buffer NewsNov 2, 2022
New from Start Page: Schedule Posts to your Link In Bio for Free

Schedule new updates to appear on your Start Page to beat the algorithm and get the reach you deserve (oh and it’s included for free!).

Buffer NewsNov 2, 2022
Start Page Posts: Get the Reach you Deserve

We’ve built something that could boost your reach by up to 40% Tweets containing a link get less reach, engagement, and retweets. To get the reach you deserve we’ve built Start Page scheduling.

Buffer NewsSep 20, 2022
We Took a Week Off to Build Features That Weren’t on Our Roadmap

A few weeks back everyone at Buffer spent one week working on something completely different. During that week, our 80 teammates split into 16 teams to build 10 new features and launch 5 new pages.

Buffer NewsJul 27, 2022
Grow Your Traffic Organically: Introducing Google Business Profiles

79% of brands don’t publish regularly on Google Business Profiles—but you can with Buffer. Schedule, manage, and publish all your posts from one place with Google Business Profiles in Buffer.

Buffer NewsJul 7, 2022
Introducing Instagram Reels Auto-Publishing in Buffer

Here are 10 reasons why every business should start posting Reels on their Instagram account.

Buffer NewsMay 26, 2022
5 Start Page Updates to Help You Grow Your Brand

Building a landing page shouldn’t be hard. It shouldn't cost a fortune. It shouldn’t take hours. Start Page helps you create beautiful, free, mobile-friendly pages in 60 seconds. And as of today, you can add GIFs, YouTube vids, Spotify songs, and more.

Buffer NewsMay 25, 2022
Do Instagram Carousels Get More Engagement? (Yes, but it’s Complex)

We analyzed the 184 posts @Buffer published on Instagram to figure out if carousel posts get more engagement. For us, they do (by 2.37%), but it’s more complex than you might think.

OpenMay 18, 2022
What We’ve Learned Launching a New Product as an 11-Year-Old Company

75% of product launches fail according to HBR. But you can weigh the odds in your favor. Read the lessons we’ve learned about releasing a new product as an 11-year-old company.