Are small tasks taking up too much of your time?
When you know where tools can help you most, you can decide which tools best suit your needs.
In this article I’ll address three time-consuming areas and share social media tools to help you save time.
#1: Streamline Daily Tasks
Not every task is created equal. It would be so helpful to have an organizational tool that lets you work more efficiently and effectively, wouldn’t it?
HootSuite, Sprout Social and SocialFlow are all tools that fill the bill. They help you streamline some of the more basic items on your daily list so you can have more time to spend on your growing to-do list.
Do you run social media for a large company?
Maintaining a uniform social media presence in a complex organization is a tall order.
In this article I’ll share five key elements for managing company-wide social media.
#1: Be Consistent
Managing social media in a complex organization isn’t easy. There are multiple departments and divisions, multiple leaders, multiple policies–all of which can lead to confusion and frustration.
Do you know which tools you need?
In this article you’ll discover five benefits of social media dashboards to get the best return on your efforts.
Why You Need a Good Dashboard
Managing your social media accounts can be a time- and resource-intensive endeavor.
You can easily listen to what people are saying online on any topic you want to track.
In this article, I’ll discuss two real-time social analytics tools and how they can enhance your monitoring.
Get Real-Time Insight
Topsy is a search engine that gives real-time insight into online conversations.
It uses proprietary data-indexing technology to provide you with not only the most recent search results, but also the most relevant results based on the calculated social influence of the conversation.
One of the great features of using Topsy to search Twitter is that the URLs are automatically expanded when the search results are indexed.
With the growing number of social networks, it can be a pain to keep on top of them all.
Below I’ve highlighted three tools to help you manage your various social networking accounts from one neat dashboard.
Keep reading to learn how…
Google Alerts has its uses, but it is simply not effective as a stand-alone tool for monitoring social media conversations on a day-to-day basis. Dozens of paid options exist, including Radian6, SAS and Lithium.
However, with an RSS reader and some Internet savvy, you can build a powerful social media listening post at no cost. This article will show you how.
Knowing where your company is mentioned online, who’s doing the mentioning and how others are responding is crucial to 1) understanding the “buzz” about you, 2) addressing complaints and negative mentions quickly, 3) knowing the impact (or lack thereof) of your marketing efforts, and 4) shaping social media marketing efforts to reach the right people (key influencers) on their preferred platform.