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New Tools for Managing Social Media

Connected CultureSocial media is integral to any online marketing strategy in today’s competitive marketplace. As a company that relies on social media for our work, we are constantly looking for the latest tools to help make social media management services easier. Here are some of our most recent finds that will surely improve your social media endeavors.

 

  • Create and share content with Klout. By suggesting shareable content that your audience hasn’t seen yet, Klout creates a reaction for your online community by tracking impact and engagement with posts, likes, and retweets.
  • Boost Instagram Traffic with TheInstamarketer. This tool engages potential customers by liking and commenting that follower’s posts. The Instamarketer allows you to gain followers on autopilot—condensing 720 hours of work down to just 10 minutes!
  • Manage multiple social media accounts at the same time with Buffer. Schedule content postings from anywhere on the web, collaborate with your fellow team members, and then analyze rich data and statistics on how your posts perform.
  • See what other people are saying about your brand or company with ExactTarget. This tool manages Twitter accounts and gathers analytical data. Like HootSuite, it also allows you to schedule Tweets and monitor conversations.

New social media management tools are made available every day. You’ll want to experiment with these and other tools to see which fit your brand and business model best.

Find another tool we should know about? Let us know about your favorite new social media management tools today!

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