I like you.
I like the primary functionality of Buffer – buffering my feed to release at set times to Twitter, for example.
And when we have Twitter come into picture, we are aware of the number 140.
Then there is a Chrome extension(?) I use to “buffer”.
Of course, I love to hear from you from time to time; so, I have a subscription to your newsletter. “Joel from Buffer” sends me some interesting emails often.
And, what do I do when I like the article? I buffer. => I click on the extension to feed it to Twitter.
I know I can select some text and then “buffer” it to set context. But “Joel from Buffer” uses a heading for a reason. There is also some description about the Buffer blog.
Now, the total text doesn’t fit well for a tweet, does it?
If it’s other blogs/ sites like mine, I understand. While I like to have my articles shared, I always don’t think of Twitter, for example.
Now, at Buffer, I think you should consider that point. Don’t you think so?
No big deal- but if posts on Buffer blog are easy to buffer out of the box using it’s own service, it’s just clean, isn’t it?