Mobile Apps To Manage Your Social Media

Social Media MarketingSocial media have evolved way beyond the point when they were just something we occasionally looked at when we were bored. They have become an inseparable part of our daily lives and are with us every second of every day. The problem is that sometimes when we are using mobile devices, we don’t really have the ability to properly operate them, which is why app creators have decided to help us and create some great, imaginative and quite useful applications for us to be able to more easily handle our accounts and tell people what we’ve been up to. Here are some of them.

HootSuite

You’ve probably heard of this one. It’s one of the most popular applications on the martket at the moment and gives you a ton of utility as far as social networking goes. You can manage a wide variety profiles from it, and on different networks, too, including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and others. It’s a great and very useful tool which makes posting from several profiles a breeze, which is valuable when you are handling your business’ Facebook page, as well as your own. It has a built-in analytics system so you can keep an eye out for whatever interests you, and, best of all, you can create posting schedule which means that posts will be published even if you hadn’t directly posted them at that particular moment. The app uses your browser, which makes it basically universal.

Social Oomph

This little gem of code can you help you synchronize between your social media and your blogs. You can schedule all sorts of activities with this app, including publishing blog posts, tweets and posts on Facebook, as well as promoting your blog via the social media. It’s a pretty useful tool for both marketing and personal use, and its utility is hardly surpassed by anything else out there on the market.

CoTweet

Albeit a bit old, it’s by no means outdated. CoTweet is a great app that can help you develop your business profiles and bring them to the next level with little to no effort. It also gives you the ability to put notes on your conversations so there will be no more forgetting about what you wanted to talk to somebody about, or forgetting what they said that made you upset.

Ping.fm

A great app that enables you to easily and seamlessly work with all of your accounts and update them well enough with little to no time wasted whatsoever. If you’re managing your company’s accounts but you want to make an update to your profile, as well, you can easily do that with this app. As far as organizational value goes, this app is the right choice for you.

TwitterFeed

This app is truly great for bloggers, because it gives you the ability to connect your blog to your social media accounts and have an update every time you publish a new post. Even though the name would suggest that it works exclusively with Twitter, don’t be fooled – you can also use it with Facebook, as well as LinkedIn. If blogging is your hobby or something you do on a daily basis, then this app is not only perfect for you, but it’s a must-have. Considering the importance of social networks in blog development, not using this app would be outright irresponsible. But it’s not just a matter of utility – it’s also quite easy to use and it saves you lots of time and effort. You no longer have to advertise each and every post – the app will do it for you.

I hope this list is helpful to and I am looking forward to your feedback.

 

Authro Bio: Rose has a lot of experience in technology and gadgets articles. She currently works in the support team of http://www.tidycleaning.co.uk/deep-cleaning-n13-palmers-green/ but her real dream is to become a writer.

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