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Tools that Make Keeping Track of Your Social Media a Snap

You are probably already well-aware of just how important social media is to your business. Chances are good that you are using Facebook and Twitter, at the very least. Many use several more. Whether you are using one or a handful, managing your profiles can be a time-consuming process. If you are operating a business you do not have all this extra time to waste. The following tools make managing your social media super easy.

 

 

tools that make keeping track of your social media a snap

 

  • Crowdbooster – If Facebook and Twitter are your primary focus, Crowdbooster is the tool for you. It streamlines social media activity, so your attention is directed to things that matter. You can track new fans and followers and schedule posts, and it provides you with reminders for responses that are needed.

  • Buffer – This simplistic tool is used to share content through Twitter, Facebook, Google+, and LinkedIn. This is for the person who does not have time to keep up with their profiles, but still wants to maintain a presence. You can schedule bulk posts, and it offers helpful sharing extensions for Firefox, Chrome, and Safari.

  • Hootsuite – This is your one stop shop for social sharing. It support several platforms, including Facebook pages and groups, Twitter profiles, Google+ pages, WordPress blogs, Foursquare profiles, and LinkedIn profiles and groups. The free version has a lot of features for scheduling, tracking, and analyzing.

  • TweetDeck – Schedule tweets, add photos, and watch multiple feeds with TweetDeck. It is free and easy to use.

  • RebelMouse – If you are operating a cross-platform campaign, RebelMouse will become your best friend. It offers social sharing, integrated Google Analytics, and RSS feeds, and it can fetch hashtag conversions anywhere on social media. This beneficial tool embeds your campaign right on your site.

  • Postling – If you are trying to expand your social network reach, Postling is for you. It keeps track of people, brands, and responses, and sends you a daily digest of all your recent activity on Twitter, Facebook, Yelp, YouTube, LinkedIn, Flickr, and blogs. It even tracks and notifies you every time your brand or business is talked about on the Web.

  • Tailwind – Pinterest can be a very valuable platform to some types of businesses. Tailwind tracks activity on Pinterest, regarding your company, competition, and product.

A few additional tools worth exploring include Sprout Social, Twitter Showdown, Social Bro, Social Mention, Shoutlet, Argyle Social, Talkwalker, and Bundle Post.

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