Twitter has many third party software clients that let users draft posts and share them later. And now another sign that Google Plus is growing—it has its , a Chrome extension, for drafting and scheduling posts. Welcome Do Share, and thanks to it’s creator, Joel Califa. Many of us love Google Plus because it has a member base as intelligent as what can be found on Twitter, but it is a very visually based social network (heck, photographers are the “rock stars” if you look for who’s getting the +1s).
Users want to tie together their images and thoughts over time, not in real-time. The ability to craft posts with media or links and NOT feel pressured to share immediately creates higher quality content. Oh, and Do Share has a WYSWYG editor! No more using symbols to create *bold* formatted text.