10 Extremely Helpful Social Media Management Tools
As you work to grow and increase the impact of your brand you need high quality information tools. The challenge is that there are hundreds of new tools for social media management introduced on a daily basis. Some are good and frankly some are junk and will waste your time and money.
But not the tools on the list below. They offer a range of features, support and investment levels. The high quality
reporting, ease of use and visual appeal can elevate your professionalism. Most have a freemium plan or offer a trial period so you can check them out before making a long term commitment.
Without further ado here's the round-up:
Buffer: Schedule one, or schedule multiple messages across different times and social media accounts. Also makes it easy to add right-sized photos into your social media activity.
Schedugram: Social media management tool that allows you to manage multiple Instagram accounts and schedule images and videos to spread out your visual content.
SocialOomph: Established platform that lets users schedule messages, track keywords and manage multiple accounts including Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.
HootSuite: Control and analytics for your online activity.
Sprout Social: Manage multiple social networks from one place.
TweetDeck: Manage multiple Facebook and Twitter accounts, users can also update their Foursquare.
Toggl: Users get a time tracker that's instant, easy to use and can allocate billing your time to tasks or projects.
Agora Pulse: Allows you to track multiple social media accounts and receive reports. You can track mentions, your top influencers and keep tabs on your competitors.
Raven Tools: Provides an extensive array of marketing tools and reports that you can customize to deliver account data to your social media clients.
Nutshell Mail: Bring social networks to your email inbox with this free tool from ConstantContact.
Whether you're a solopreneur, growing startup or an established company you can benefit from at least one of these tools right? Let me know which tools you prefer in the the comments.
I'll include the most requested products in a future post and work to provide more specific details.