5 Powerful Social Media Marketing Tools

5 Powerful Social Media Marketing Tools

Social media is all about differentiating yourself from the rest.

Here 5 powerful social media marketing tools you can use to stay competitive and differentiate yourself from your competitors:

1. Mention: A replacement for Google Alerts and an industry standard, “Mention” allows you to stay informed about your influence – without having to subscribe to many feeds. It also allows you to analyze your visibility and interact with any “Mentions” of your brand.

2. Tweet Binder: This powerful tool helps you monitor, classify, and analyze hash-tags on Twitter. The tools allows users to search for a specific topic and put them in a “binder” to analyze.

3. Oktopost: A social media management tool for B2B that allows users to manage multiple social media profiles, schedule messages, track links and analyze sales conversions. This is one of the best tools to analyze social media ROI.

4. Zapier: Another powerful social media industry standard tool. Zapier allows you to create automatic commands of tedious tasks  you use to connect to your web apps. It bypasses complicated programming tasks and creates Zaps

that are easy to use and create. For example, you can create a Zap to set up an automatic notification inside HipChat rooms for Tweets.  Currently, the app is integrated with 233 web services – making it easy to create commands for anything.

5. Rignite: The app allows you to monitor several social media platforms like Twitter, Facebook and Youtube – all from one place.  A collaborative program, Rignite allows you to monitor your teams’ effectiveness, assign tasks to people on your team, and create forums and chart-rooms.

What are your favorite social media tools to use? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comment section below. Follow Shirley on Twitter @OhShirl.

Shirley Schutt

Shirley Schutt is a Web and Graphic Designer, creator of design blog - OhShirl's Fantastical Adventure, and the Social Media Editor for Innov8tiv. She enjoys creating digital experiences, taking photographs, blogging about Africans in Technology/Arts, and stalking online sales for the best deals. She currently lives in Yonkers and believes in the Oxford comma. Follow Shirley on Twitter @OhShirl.

Recent Posts

5 Key Types of Customer Needs

No matter what type of business you’re running, understanding consumer needs in marketing is paramount.…

21 hours ago

5 Fundamental Data Science Principles That Can Be Used in Any Industry

Data science is regarded as one of the most exciting fields because of its virtually…

21 hours ago

Should You Bother Obtaining Nofollow Backlinks?

There is absolutely no doubt that Nofollow backlinks get a bad press and you couldn’t…

21 hours ago

5 Reasons Why Your Business Needs To Be Tech Savvy

Pixabay CC0 License Every modern business will now use modern tech in some shape or…

2 days ago

Tech Solutions to Improve Your Business

Not every single business challenge has a tech solution. Sometimes, what you need is better…

2 days ago

5 Pieces of Tech Your Business Must Have

With all the technology available today, it’s hard to decide on which equipment and software…

2 days ago