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Tools To Manage Social Media Channels

Nowadays social media has become one of the most important aspects for all the businesses. It is an amazing way to reach the customers and interact with them effectively. People today expect an instant reply to their needs or queries and this makes managing social media effectively super important. Many of the businesses set up the business on social media and fail just because of the way they manage their social media accounts. So here are some tools that can surely help you manage your social media tools to get the best out of your social media. Let us have a look at them.

Buffer:

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An important aspect of any business is timing; buffer makes it sure that all your updates are made at best possible time. It is a scheduler that allows you to schedule your posts at an interval of time. It is easy to use and its analytics provide insights regarding each post.

Mention:

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As a brand, it’s important for you to know who is talking about you online not only on social media but also on forums and blogs. Mention check the internet and looks for you or wherever your company is mentioned. You can set keywords or brand name, it will get you with real time update whenever your keyword or brand name is specified on the internet.

Hootsuite:

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It is an ultimate social media management tool. What you can do using HootSuite is to schedule posts, get updates, get detailed analytics for all social medias.

Bit.ly:

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We all share links on social media and the important aspect is to track their performance. Bit.ly helps you to do that easily. It helps you to create short links with tracking that you can use to share via social channels.

Klout:

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The Klout score has been a well-monitored measure of brands social channel performance. Klout not only tracks your score but you can find relevant content and post it directly from the interface.

Followerwonk:

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Followerwonk is a tool that analyzes your twitter followers, compare them and search through bios.

This is all guys! I hope you will find this article useful for you to manage your social media accounts. If you have some more awesome tools, let us know in the comment box below.

Komal Nerkar

A passionate Digital Marketing Expert and Content Writer working with MilesWeb Internet Services Pvt. Ltd. All I love to do is surf internet strengthen my writing skills and gain knowledge with each and every article I write.

6 thoughts on “Tools To Manage Social Media Channels

  • January 9, 2017 at 9:35 am
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    Thank you for listing these tools, Komal. Definitely plenty of options for users to consider!

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  • January 12, 2017 at 10:50 am
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    Social media is excellent way to promote your business. But, analyzing your social media activities is also important. Mentioned tools in the blog would definitely help social media users, for analyzing business activity.

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  • January 24, 2017 at 11:52 am
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    Tools which you have mentioned are useful and I personally like “Mention” especially because it highlights the performance of the keyword whenever it will get specified on the internet. I think to use this tool for my website.

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  • March 3, 2017 at 7:51 am
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    Among all the listed tools, HootSuite, I found very user-friendly. One can easily manage and schedule posts on social media. Also by the use of HootSuite, you get detailed analytics for all social media. If you are handling multiple accounts for any social media platform, then HootSuite is a good choice for you.

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  • March 6, 2017 at 6:39 am
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    Being a twitter user, I like to get more resources that help to make my account more worthy therefore my first priority is Followerwonk. Thankyou!!

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  • April 17, 2017 at 12:33 pm
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    Hootsuite I have heard a lot about it but I didn’t try yet because I am using TweetDeck for scheduling the post but I will surely try it for posting and scheduling on other sites.

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