Do you own a small business? Is the transition to the digital world wearing you out? As intimidating as social media management tools might look, they can actually be a great help in organizing your life and ensuring that you engage with your customers well. Here is a list of 5 social media management tools you can check out to make your life easier.
Do you have specific New Year’s resolutions and goals for your small business this 2022? Then Buffer is the right tool for you. With it, you can easily manage your social media accounts to get the engagements and results that you want. With tools for engagement, publishing, collaboration, and analytics; it has everything you need to efficiently work towards your goals.
Lots of small businesses use Hootsuite – and for good reason. This tool offers a simple solution to the basics: scheduling posts and managing engagement. If your head is reeling by the number of social media platforms you suddenly have to manage, Hootsuite lets you get everything done on a single platform. It even lets you do all of it through your phone – wherever you might be.
If you rely on social media to get leads and sales, NapoleonCat could prove to be a huge help. With it, you can automate your social media moderation, schedule your social media posts on different platforms (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, and LinkedIn), engage with your customers with ease, analyze your posts, and even monitor what the competition is up to.
If your small business is more client-centric, then you should check out Sendible. Sendible lets you create your own personalized dashboard for your specific needs. Not only does it come with automation tools for various platforms (Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest, and LinkedIn), it also integrates with Canva. (If you don’t use Canva for graphic design yet, you’d better add that to your list, too!)
Social Pilot was created specifically with small businesses in mind that need to use various social media platforms for their marketing campaigns. If you aren’t really looking to analyze the competition, this is an affordable tool that can get things done effectively. With its minimalist design, it’s easy to navigate and understand so if your team isn’t that techie, this tool will fit right into your arsenal.
These social media management tools are definitely worth the investment. If you are in need of gadget upgrades, new devices, and other techie products, on the other hand; make sure to visit an SM Cyberzone for your needs.
Written by: Angeline Rodriguez
Angeline Rodriguez is the Managing Editor of When In Manila and an Editor at Newsweek Amplify. She is a gamer and a geek with a mad love for anime and KDramas.