Social Media Scheduling

  • Save Time (or Waste Less of it) with Social Media Scheduling

    … There’s no getting around it—there are only 24 hours in a day. It’s all the time we have and, until our planet is somehow moved several million kilometers further away from the sun (brrr), it’ll never be enough. Despite that, we’ve become extraordinarily good at finding ways to save it. In the realm of social media, scheduling is your not-so…

    Hootsuitein Social- 9 readers -
  • Viraltag: Discover, Organize, Curate, Share and Track Images Online

    … can find and organize all your visual content on a single platform. Viraltag allows you to integrate your social accounts, including Pinterest, Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, LinkedIn, and now Instagram! They are one of the only platforms also to offer image editing, content discovery, hashtag monitoring, along with scheduling. They even have a Chrome extension! © 2014 DK New Media. …

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blog- 19 readers -
  • How Social Media Automation Can Work For Your Business [INFOGRAPHIC]

    For brands using platforms such as Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to market their business and promote their products and services, it’s key that at all times they strive to keep the “social” in “social media”. That means actually connecting with fans and customers. Otherwise, you’re just broadcasting.

    Shea Bennett/ AllTwitter- 7 readers -
  • 12 Steps to Social Media Marketing Success

    …, pins, or other social media content. These can be original ideas, links to your own work, or links to outside content that may be useful or of interest to your audience. Create a content bank using a spreadsheet and plan out the content topics, headlines, related links, desired scheduling, name of authors, and an area for management approval…

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blogin Social Facebook- 34 readers -
  • Tweet And Repeat: The Power Of Sharing And Sharing Again

    … to sell more shampoo, most of us dutifully follow it. But when it comes to sharing our content on social media, many marketers not only fail to rinse and repeat their shares, they may think they should not do that. Recently I sampled the Twitter shares of 30 different people who were both regular bloggers and regular Twitter users. I took note when…

    Mark Traphagen/ Marketing Landin Content- 12 readers -
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