Social Media is now evolving to a whole new level. The way it works now is like a charm without any struggle especially to business entities who have problems with tracing everything. Here are a few of the Social Media tools you can use.
If you want your team to work faster and smarter on your business’s Twitter strategy, you really should be using ManageFlitter. Their website says they have over 2.6 million users, some of which include large brands like PayPal, GE, American Express, and Richard Branson.
Features include the ability to manage multiple accounts, which you’d expect from a free and paid social media tool, as well as the ability to never worry about time zones again. Something they call “PowerPost” allows you to easily schedule your tweets at optimal times.
Check out what else you can do to manage your Twitter marketing strategy:
Sort your followers/following lists by a range of criteria.
Find new people to follow with our comprehensive search facility.
Answer the burning question of “Who unfollowed me on Twitter”?
Track who unfollowed you.
Track keyword mentions on Twitter with a new Analytics feature that is coming soon.
If you’re seeking a program that can help you analyze your social presence and pinpoint where you can improve, SocialClout has you covered.
Social media monitoring
And much more!
Plans start for free with up to three social media accounts, or you can request a demo. Starter plans cost $49/month, and Value plans will run you $99/month. If you’d like to manage more than 10 social media accounts, feel free to contact SocialClout for a quote.
Sprinklr has been in the social media arena for a few years, but only in 2015 did it make it onto G2 Crowd’s social media Grid. Sprinklr boasts being the “most complete social software platform in the world.” Supporting 70 languages, 16 social channels, and 19 enterprise modules, they may have just earned that title. Sprinklr helps you take care of:
And so much more.
On the social end of things, Sprinklr deals with social engagement, CRM, and social listening. Interested clients can start by requesting a demo.
AgoraPulse, along with the last two items on this list, was one of G2 Crowd’s High Performers on their spring 2015 social media management tools ranking list. In 2014, it ranked on G2 Crowd’s list as the second in customer satisfaction after HootSuite. This tool is great for businesses that primarily work with Facebook and Twitter.
With AgoraPulse, you can run contests, compare your business to competitors, and measure your data. What makes AgoraPulse unique is its inbox layout, which brings social media alerts to you in inbox style so that you never miss interactions from any of your profiles. Plans start at $29/month and run up to $99/month, but you can start with a 15-day free trial.
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