Promoting your post to social media channels is as important as creating an engaging content to improve readership. Syndicating your posts to your relevant social networks can significantly enhance visitors to your site. This will help you improve your overall search rankings. For your content to be found, no matter what topic it is, you must be active on social media.
So, it’s important to publish your posts to your own social networks every time you add a new content to your site. Unfortunately, not all bloggers have the time in the world to promote their new posts to G+, Twitter, Facebook and other social networking sites.
The best solution? Use auto-posting tools.
Automating the way you promote your latest content to your social networks is now possible through social media auto-posting plug-ins. There are hundreds of solutions that can automatically promote your blog posts to your social media networks but these are the most popular ones
Why use Hootsuite when you’re already using Buffer? Is Hootsuite better than Buffer and vice versa?
Hootsuite and Buffer are good services that can automatically share your posts. When it comes to social networking support, Hootsuite has wider coverage.
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With basic account, you’ll have message scheduling and can set up 5 social networks. Its pro version has unlimited social networks, atom feeds, and stats history. It also allows bulk scheduling. But you don’t have to rush into getting a pro account as its basic version is already enough to automatically share posts to your important social networks.
For personal and professional use, this auto-posting tool is worth a try. It’s great if you want to establish a market on your online brand.
It’s one of those apps that can help you out in posting stuff to your social networks. You’ll learn how to do publishing posts automatically to your social networking sites and embrace this useful tool. What I love the most about it is its clean and easy-to-use interface.
With this app, you can:
TweetDeck underwent major tweaking. The most noticeable one is its overall interface. Its new dashboard is now in white that resembles that of HootSuite. With its new interface, you now have more options depending on the number of social network accounts you’ve added.
Unfortunately, this app no longer supports Facebook integration. So, if the majority of your audience is on Facebook, then you better use HootSuite or other auto-posting tools on this list.
However, if your audience spends more time on Twitter, then this could be a great app for you to provide automatic updates for your followers.
From the term suggests, Dlvr.it will help you connect with your readers by delivering your content to various social networks. Yes, just like the other options mentioned above. But what’s unique about this app?
It’s one of the social management tools that let you fulfill most (not all) of your social-management needs. One of the striking things about this app is its simplicity. Unlike HootSuite and Buffer App, this one doesn’t have learning curve. From the moment you open an account to the minute you make your first update.
Although it’s a one-stop shop for your Facebook, G+ pages and LinkedIn social network accounts, it emphasizes more on your Twitter account.
It’s a Facebook app that can work with your personal profile or fan page on Facebook. This app is specially designed to share your own blog’s RSS feeds on your Facebook wall.
When setting up your scheduled posts, make sure that you won’t be posting several updates on your wall as your followers might find them annoying. You can choose the number of posts this app will share in one day once it goes live.
You can also use this app to post updates for your Facebook groups. And connect your Graffiti account to your Twitter so it’ll auto-update your posts to said networking site.
I suggest trying out the free account. It caters to most of your social-management needs. However, if you need to update more than 300 posts each month, then subscribing to one of its premium plans could be a viable option.