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10 Social Media Management Software Used In 2019

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Published on April 24th, 2019

Social media may be new to the world but it has taken everything by storm. In fact, the world seems to be hooked to the social media platforms a benefit that is extremely useful for marketers.

By flaunting your brand on the same you not only establish relationships but get to know what your customers exactly want. This, however, is not easy and social media management tools are apt to help you do so.

Here are the top 10 Social Media Management Software Used In 2019 that would prove helpful to you. With their guidance and help, you can surely make an impact on social media and leverage your brand identity too.

These software’s are created such that you can derive maximum visibility of the brand and that too without putting in much effort from your side.

 

1. Facebook Pages Manager

Pages Manager lets you manage up to 50 Pages from your smartphone or tablet. You can check Page activity, share with your audience and see insights. Right now, the app is available on iPhone, iPad, and Android in some countries.

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Review: FinancesOnline

Facebook pages manager app provides businesses a free platform that lets them interact with their audience, gather actionable insights, and keep up with multiple page activities to name a few tasks. From a unified mobile interface, facebook pages manager allows users to easily post updates, images, videos, and other information and share them with their members. Add more life to your page by responding to comments and messages.

The facebook pages manager app allows users to up to 50 pages using your smartphone or tablet. With the app, you can track page activity, share content, images, video and audio materials and more with your audience and see insights. Overall, the facebook pages manager app is a simple, dedicated tool that lets you manage your facebook business and fan pages, derive high quality and actionable insights to help you propel your business forward.

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2. Zoho Social

Zoho Social is a complete social media management platform for businesses and agencies. Manage multiple social channels, schedule unlimited posts, monitor keywords and collaborate with your team—all from a single dashboard.

Schedule your posts for times when your audience is most active. Choose from our best-time predictions, or create your own publishing schedule.

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Review: PCmag

Zoho Social aims for the small to midsized business (SMB) customer’s social media management and analytics needs. The software not only has a nice price for this customer segment, starting at $10 per month for the Standard Plan; it’s also got a solid feature set that adds easy integration with the rest of the Zoho business app ecosystem, most of which is also SMB-focused.

While its broader social listening capabilities and depth of reporting data can’t match the global enterprise scale of Editors’ Choices Synthesio and Sysomos, Zoho might do a better job at helping a typical SMB with publishing and app integration, too.

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3. TweetDeck

TweetDeck is a social media dashboard application for management of Twitter accounts. Originally an independent app, TweetDeck was subsequently acquired by Twitter Inc. and integrated into Twitter’s interface.

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Review: G2

What do you like best?
I love that it’s connected to your twitter account regardless. You don’t have to sign up for anything extra, you don’t have to pay anything, and it’s all online through twitter (or well, tweetdeck.Twitter.Com…). Very simple and very easily used, especially if you find yourself incapable of keeping track of all your various accounts and passwords

What do you dislike?
Sometimes it can be a little confusing to scroll through someone’s feed (if you’re looking for to retweet or something). It also doesn’t remove notifications from your phone or wherever else you look at twitter just because you’ve seen the notifications on tweetdeck.

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?
Scheduling tweets at the beginning of the week is incredibly helpful. That way I’m spending less time daily trying to plan things at the right time, etc. It’s easier to spend a chunk of time at the beginning of the week to plan everything out and then not have to worry about when things are posting!

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4. Social Flow

SocialFlow has been an invaluable tool to help grow audiences and scale our titles. The insights and efficiencies provided by the platform allow my team more time to focus on what matters most: creating great content!SocialFlow helps our team take the manual labor out of programming our content and empowers them with the time to think proactively about campaign planning and strategy.

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Review: G2

What do you like best?
I really Loved the real-time statistics

What do you dislike?
A big investment for a startup company, but it is definitely well worth it for companies that want social media to know how.

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?
I really know what to write about or plug to gain new followers from posts on many social media platforms

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5. Social Studio

Listen, engage, and publish using a powerful all-in-one social media marketing and management suite and connect enriched social data to your marketing Social Studio platform to now include marketing, service and sales functions.

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Review: TrustRadius

Social Studio is being used by the organization I work for. It is being used by each property’s marketing department so that social boosts are individualized for all properties while still being reviewed by corporate for quality assurance purposes.

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6. MeetEdgar

Meetedgar makes it easy to schedule and automate your content on facebook, twitter, instagram, and linkedin! From writing posts for you (seriously) to re-posting evergreen content, edgar has you covered! Easily upload your content manually, using bulk import, or set-up an RSS feed to automatically import blogs or articles. Assigning these to our color-coded categories keeps your content organized! It’s true! Edgar automatically writes status updates for you from articles or blogs – all you have to do is click a button and share. It’s practically magic!

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Review: FinancesOnline

Meetedgar allows for performing the role of a content manager at a fraction of a cost. You schedule content re-sharing and automate the posts. The app queues your posts, while you focus on other important tasks. For seasonal posts like holidays and events-based, meetedgar lets you set expiry date, giving you an automated setup throughout the year.

By continuously sharing your evergreen content you double your traffic and increase audience engagement. The app complements a well-structured sales pipeline; you can use it as a top-of-the-funnel tool that generates fresh leads from your old content, thereby, increasing also the ROI of your digital assets.

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7. Sprinklr

Sprinklr is a unified customer experience management platform for enterprises. It provides social media marketing, social advertising, content management, collaboration, advocacy and social media monitoring for large brands like Nike, Microsoft and McDonald’s.

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Review: Capterra

Pros: I really like all of the features offered by sprinkler. So easy to schedule content and not have to worry about pushing it live yourself. Tagging features help determine the best performing content and analytics aspect is very helpful.

The platform is extra helpful if you have an Instagram business profile because it will pull in your IG story metrics. Otherwise, those will not be captured and you need to pull manually.

Cons: creating widgets in the analytics function can be tricky and not always the easiest to set up. Once you get the hang of it, you’re golden and ready to dive into your performance.

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8. TailWind

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Get suggested content from the best of the visual web based on what you’re sharing as you go. Filter your recent posts by the board, category, date, keywords, #hashtags and more to analyze what is driving virality, engagement, and growth.

Easily identify which of your Boards are performing best to focus pinning where the impact is greatest. Schedule posts on the best days and times based on when your audience is most engaged

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Review: G2

What do you like best?
I love how easy it is to post in social media, and to re-queue a post from my library. Saves me so much time. Also great that I can see comments without going to the post.

What do you dislike?
It is difficult to scroll down on the drafts so that I can select pinterest and Facebook. Sometimes I can see a scroll bar but not often. Also, just loaded a site update for Photographypla.net and the Tailwind logo for easy posting is missing. What’s up with that? I can still right click and post.

Recommendations to others considering the product
Buy it and use it!

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?
Build visibility in social media and manage Pinterest account of 27,000 followers.

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9. Publer

Customize your post based on where you’re posting to, I.E. More photos for facebook, shorter text for twitter and definitely no emojis for linkedin. Save your posts as drafts if you want to reuse them again in the future, or if you don’t think they’re ready to get published yet. You can even organize them using tags. Automatically watermark every single photo and video you post online with your own logo. No editings skills required. Just like in emails, automatically add a signature to your posts. Perfect for providing contact info in each post or some hashtags you always use.

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Review: Capterra

Pros: In my use of the software, I don’t need a lot of bells and whistles, just a solid, predicable, reliable scheduler that can handle multiple accounts.

I can schedule scads of Twitter posts, or long, illustrated Facebook group or pages articles.

Cons: Facebook has removed the ability of third-party apps to publish on a user’s timeline, but the groups and pages publishing is still in full force.

Overall: True confessions, I primarily use Publer to keep my pages active when I’m off doing other things.

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10. Yala

 

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Yala is a leader in social video ads. Social video ads drive traffic and perform better than other media. The problem is, is that 7-second social videos are hard and expensive to make. Well, they were. Until now.YalaMake social media masterpieces. Upload your logo with some text and Yala does the rest. Yala has a diverse library of templates and videos to match your style!

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Review: FinancesOnline

Yala equips you with a wealth of video and graphic design tools to help you create, design, and edit visually stunning posts, and ads, something not offered by most social media management platforms.

You don’t have to be a graphic artist or designer to create professional-looking graphics and visuals from scratch. Yala lets you design and post-social-sized graphic ads, memes, and more to your heart’s content. With Yala’s graphics tools, you can reel in your subscribers, ignite social engagement, spark viral trends, or perhaps launch the next big meme.

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