How to Manage your social media campaign

socialSetting social media campaigns is not enough when it comes to social media.The excitement of  setting up these accounts can however turn to fatigue when you realsie that once you have actually set them up you have to maiantain them that is work on getting your content up there because it is only by staying relevant and delivering content that is valuable that you will start getting followers.This is after all the best thing about social media,having a platform to spread your message and making others see the importance of what you are saying so that they can help you spread it along

Anyone who values their time will love the following tools

Tools to help manage your social media campaign

Hootsuite is great for twitter users.

  • It will help you identify trends and topics that you should be blogging about.To keep your message consisitent you can then use these topics along your other social media like linkedin, Pinterst and youtube.
  • you can also use it to directly manage different social media
  • Hootsuite can be used to shorten and track urls
  • The analytics feature

TweetDeck:

Like HootSuite, TweetDeck helps you manage multiple social media accounts — such as Twitter, Facebook, MySpace, Foursquare, and LinkedIn — through a single, easy-to-use dashboard. Available online or via a mobile app, you can schedule, manage, and monitor existing conversations, as well as set custom notifications to alert you to when new mentions occur.

SproutSocial:

SproutSocial offers the ability to manage tasks, schedule posts, monitor conversations, and track engagement metrics across Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.

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