In past 10 years, the field of marketing rose from the passive pages of magazines and threw us into the interactive world of social media.Your customers and readers don’t just expect to be informed… they want to be asked, they want to be entertained.Yet, if you run or are just trying to start your own small business or if you are quite the blogger, then it can sometimes become frustrating and overwhelming having to login and message, tweet or monitor every available social network out there – and boy, there are many! Chances are you’ve forgotten on more than one occasion to ‘like’ a particular post or ‘favorite’ a tweet because you are busy or constantly on the go. Luckily for us, smartphone apps are becoming increasingly more abundant and ever-so-ready to make our lives easier!
Check out these Android apps that will make your social media marketing a piece of cake:
Thanks to HootSuite, gone are the days of tirelessly entering passwords and usernames. This wonderful gem makes life easier by combining your existing accounts together under one roof and allowing you to manage them with just one login.
Moreover, not only can you schedule and quickly access posts, comments, messages from Facebook, Google+, Twitter and others, but also organize the your the members of your team according to department or a particular project.
Next one up is Buffer. Similarly to Hootsuite, it’s one of the best social media management apps on the market it should be a must-try app for any entrepreneur or blogger. You can schedule posts on your networks, view analytics, stagger content so you have constant updates and much more.
On top of that you can upgrade your account to unlock extra functions such as collaborating with different team members and connecting to an unlimited number of profiles.
With Everypost you can very simply construct your messages complete with photos, videos or hashtags etc. and, simultaneously, send them to the corners of social space. That includes Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Pinterest, e-mail and more! In addition, the app automatically shortens your Twitter messages to fit the 140-character restriction.
Event though there is still room for improvement, this app is worth checking out as it is useful, works well and is completely free.
Another excellent Android app with fully integrated publishing tools on our list is Sprout Social. It is particularly suited to small business owners, as it makes collaboration among team members playfully easy. You can assign people tasks, follow conversations, and keep tabs on progress and completion with just a few clicks.
Equally, Sprout Social includes data analytics allowing you to see important metrics. Although, this app is a bit more costly than others, it’s definitely worth the investment – especially so if your business is socially oriented.
Last but not least comes Brevos. Although this app does not deal with coordinating your social accounts as such, it is an important asset to your online media management Android tools.
Publishing your posts through a unifying platform and adding tracking links track and analyse the success of your posts can make the URL of your posts heavy. Nobody likes the look of a long URL. Here is where Brevos comes to the rescue! It allows to shorten and adapt your URLs to a friendlier form, concealing any trackers or mediators.