A Social Media Management Tool For Productive Badasses
A couple of weeks ago, I came across a social media management tool called Agorapulse.
I thought, "Yeah, yeah - another half-assed social media tool that either won't deliver or is too expensive."
But after hearing it is used by Social Media Examiner, I was intrigued. I did what I do - read everything I could get my hands on about it, the features and benefits, and I got a free trial to try it.
HOLY CRAP - what I wouldn't have given to have had this incredible social media listening tool when I was the social media manager for Megadeth and Dave Mustaine.
All in one place (not logging into multiple platforms and multiple accounts), you can see exactly who is talking to you and about you on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
As someone who is constantly looking to maximize my time, the task of social listening (you do that right?? >>read more here<<) can be a huge time suck. By using Agorapulse, I've gone from this task taking an hour, to taking 15 - 20 minutes.
Check out how they measured up in 2015:
I will continue to use a few other tools to publish and schedule my content, but Agorapulse has become indispensable for listening and engaging on my social media accounts for myself and clients.
Have you tried Agorapulse? Let me know!
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