Promoting a company on social media platforms these days is essential as companies want to achieve success. However, to do that, companies will have to be using the right tools to be able to promote themselves to their target audience a lot more effectively. There are many different tools that companies can use to achieve that, which is why it’s important to know about some of the best ones before starting a social media promotional campaign.
Agorapulse is an all-in-one platform that provides companies with a number of different features and capabilities making the entire process of social media marketing for businesses a lot easier. The tool provides companies with advanced tools for publishing that allows them to create and schedule all of their social media content in advance, as well as a unified inbox folder where they can easily manage all of the communications with the audience across a number of platforms. There’s also a social listening tool that can help companies figure out what the audience is saying about them on social media platforms and collaboration tools that make communication and collaboration between different departments a lot easier. Aside from that, the tool also has insightful analytics that helps companies generate data regarding the performance of their social media promotional efforts and excellent customer support with a team that has an average response time of about half an hour, which is key for solving any potential promotional issues for businesses.
Another popular social media management tool for companies is Sendible, which is again, an all-in-one platform providing companies with a number of different features and capabilities from publishing and collaboration to analytics and social listening. One of the features that make this platform stand out from its competitors is the number of integrations that companies can get from using it because aside from the big social media platforms, companies can also integrate a number of other tools and apps such as WordPress, Google Analytics, Slack, Google Business, and more. In fact, with this platform, companies are also able to get an extension for Google Chrome which can schedule or publish content on behalf of the business while browsing the internet, without having the platform open in the first place. There’s also a graphic design tool and an image editor built into the platform, along with a post preview tool. All of these put together allow companies to customize and preview the content that they are creating before they’re published on any platform that they connect the tool to, which is incredibly helpful as the appearance of the content on various platforms is what can ultimately decide whether a piece of content is going to perform as well as intended or not.
Article written by Ronn Torossian