Social media is one of the best ways to get the word out for your business, however, it can be time-consuming.
We’ve put together seven tools that will save you time while using social media.
Canva is one of the easiest tools to use for image creation. Canva lets you design and add text to images, creating a sophisticated graphic to use on social media. It’s free and you can even add in your own photos. A lifesaver for those novice Photoshop users out there.
If you have social media content readily available, Hootsuite will let you schedule your posts to go live at a set date and time across multiple platforms. Meaning you don’t need to worry about posting anything for the coming weeks.
How many times have you uploaded a photo and wondered who actually owned it and if you needed permission to use it? Check out Pixabay which offers you nearly 1 million free images.
Find yourself some good quality free images and this will save you from copyright issues by using photographs you don’t own!
This is a software platform that links social media and customer service. It turns mentions and direct messages into tickets that are easier to manage rather than going into each platform individually.
Everyone loves an infographic but not everyone has the time or skills to create them. Easel.ly does the hard work for you.
Crowdfire is like having a personal assistant by analysing your social media audience, telling you what content will work and when the best time to post it is. While it could work against other tools like Hootsuite, as a standalone product it’s brilliant at letting you know when the best time to post across your social media is.
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