5 Browser Extensions to Improve Your Social Media Marketing

social media tools Do you use browser extensions to manage your social media?

Are you looking for more browser-based tools?

There are a number of options to help community managers kick normal workflows into hyperdrive.

In this article, you’ll discover five web apps and extensions to turn your browser into a productive social media machine.

Why Web Browser Apps and Extensions?

With a bit of retooling, browsers can become the perfect place to manage your social networks and services by building a personalized combination of apps and extensions to handle the unique needs of your online presence.

It’s up to you which browser you use, but I suggest Chrome. Not only is it the most widely used browser (at 56%), it’s also the platform where the most exciting web development is happening right now.

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Chrome has the most development going on right now. But the Safari, Firefox and Opera browsers are brilliant too.

So keep reading for five social media tools that teach an old dog (your browser) some new tricks.

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4 Social Media Tools to Improve Your Social Media Marketing

social media toolsAre you struggling with day-to-day social media marketing tasks?

Are you looking for tools to speed up your social tasks?

In this article, I’ll share four social media tools and tips to help community managers save time, show creativity and streamline community management for their companies.

Why Social Media Tools

Community managers for organizations of all sizes are tasked to cover everything from curating content to creating it. Customer support, marketing, Vine and webinars all fall into the mix.

The sheer volume of tasks can be overwhelming. But it doesn’t have to be. With just a few tools, individuals and teams can manage their responsibilities better, while presenting a successful social media presence.

Keep reading for four social media tools that will make your social media tasks much easier.

#1: Manage the Appearance of Links to Your Website With Facebook Debugger

We all know Facebook updates that include pictures and snippets of their content do unbelievably better than ones that publish bare links. We’re a visual bunch, us humans.

Has this ever happened to you? You updated a page on your website with new images. Then, when you tried to publish a link to the page on Facebook, you found yourself staring at the link text for way too long.

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If Facebook has trouble finding an image to include with your link, the preview can take a long time to show up.

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