I have talked about social media management tools in my previous post. I listed 3 of the best social media management tools that are available in the market in the previous post. In this post I will introduce you to some more social media management tools that you can use to make your work easier.
4 Social Media Management Tools you must try!
In order to maintain a good level of engagement or to increase your reach, consistent posting is key. This keeps the page alive and gives it a certain immunity against frequently changing social media algorithms. But you don’t have to login and post at those specific times, you can schedule them! Today, I am talking about 4 social media management tools that’ll make scheduling (and your life) easy!
EveryPost is perfect for visual media, so if most of your social media content is in the form of images or other visual content, it might be worth checking this out. While there is a free plan, it’s recommended to check out the other plans that offer several features. EveryPost helps you post to Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Linkedin, Pinterest and tumblr all at one time, and you can even collaborate with your teammates.
TweetDeck is extremely popular among Twitter enthusiasts, as it helps you manage multiple accounts in one place. The dashboard offers a very streamlined look at posts, notifications and more, so you can find exactly what you need immediately. TweetDeck is free and is the top choice for people who deal with lots of hashtags, twitter contests and such.
This is another tool that offers free and pro plans, and even the free plan packs in quite a punch. SocialOompha has quite an array of impressive features, including keyword tracking and search, automatic generation of posts from blog content, spam filters and Twitter lists. The tool helps you post to Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, LinkedIn, Tumblr, RSS feeds, blogs, and even Plurk!
This one is for those of you who’re growing your social media business rapidly and would like a management tool to match. With clients like Hyatt and Bentley, SproutSocial is more than just a scheduling tool. It comes with all the features you could possibly need, with a strong focus on cutomer engagement. It also offers in depth analytics and monitors the posts from Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and LinkedIn.
Do you use social media management tools as well to help you streamline your social media? What are some of your tried and tested social media management tools that you simply cannot do without. Leave a comment and let me know so that I can check it out too and let you know more!