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See Some of the Best Social Media Management Tools Out There

Business Technology | October 30, 2014

Would it shock you to find out that there are about as many social media tools as there are photos of the Kardashians floating around the Web? Seriously, you can get a migraine trying to figure out which of these tools you need to use, and why.

Yet we’re going to try to help you do just that, as besides a great strategy, dedicated personnel and a couple of bucks, to look after your social media it really needs a few tools.

So let’s take a look at some of these social media tools, attempt to provide a clear picture of what they do, and if you need them.

9 Social media tools and why they’re awesome

The very first thing to do is determine which of the many social networks you are wanting to try and utilize. Then we can dive into which of these tools may be best for your business.

Tweetdeck – A fantastic tool for Twitter that organizes all of your Twitter activity onto one “deck”. This gives you the capability to see at a glance what’s happening.

SharedCount – Ideally you’ll want to see how popular your content is. SharedCount can deliver this info quickly and accurately. Showing you how widely your content was shared.

TweetReach – This Twitter tool will show you the reach and exposure of each tweet you send, and delivers data reflecting who retweets you and their influence.

LikeAlyzer – This Facebook analysis tool comes up with stats and insights into your Facebook pages and tells you what you may wish to do with them.

Klout – What’s your Klout? This tool gives a score based on your social profiles and reach, and spits out a number between 1 and 100.

Mention – Want to know who and where your brand or name is being talked about? This is the tool for that! It can track anywhere, and send it to you in an email daily.

IFTTT – This automation app can do everything from text you tomorrow’s weather to automatically updating your Twitter with content from your other channels. IFTTT currently makes connections with over 90 channels, including Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Instagram.

Buffer – Buffer is an automation tool that permits you to schedule social media posts and updates to your accounts. Buffer currently covers Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn Twitter and more.

Hootsuite – The most well-known of these tools, Hootsuite is an amazing social media management tool that enables you to keep track of up to 100 accounts on many social media sites, all from one centralized dashboard.


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