Social Media Management
If you have several social media accounts and would like to manage them all in one place, then here are a few of the most popular platforms that will handle all of them for you.
For the often asked question – ‘how do I manage all these social media sites together’? The answer is quite simply Hootsuite. Set up an account here to manage all your social media platforms in one easy to access site.
Save your time and your sanity. Improve productivity by managing all of your social networks within HootSuite. The dashboard is designed for you and your team to listen, engage and measure all from one simple interface.
This is a downloadable piece of software. The most powerful Twitter tool for real-time tracking, organizing and engagement.
Create a custom Twitter experience – Organize and build custom timelines, keep track of lists, searches, activity and more—all in one interface.
Find exactly what you’re looking for – Create searches to track topics, events and hashtags. Refine the results with filters.
Manage multiple accounts – Tweet, monitor and follow new accounts from all, or just one of your accounts.
Boost your social media productivity! Twitter, Facebook (profiles, pages, and groups), LinkedIn (profiles, groups, and company pages), RSS feeds, blogs, Plurk, and App.net! Easily schedule updates, find quality people to follow, and monitor social media activity!
Buffer is a great tool that will help you in two main ways. First, you can write several posts at one time, and choose which social profiles to send them to, and then Buffer will spread them out throughout the day or week so that you don’t have to be at a computer all the time in order to have a social media presence. Second, they shorten your links for you, so they are able to provide more analytics than if you just were to post to Twitter or Facebook directly. For example, they can tell you exactly how many folks clicked on each of your links.
Social Media Tips
For more Twitter related discussion see our blog page here.
For more discussion on the world of Facebook see our blog page here.
This widget allows you to display your recent Tweets in a sidebar. It’s easily accessible straight from Twitter itself. Just login to Twitter, find the settings then it will show you the widget code to add to your website.