There are tonnes of great free tools out there for businesses, especially small businesses to help track, manage, monitor and analyse your brand’s reach on social media. Below is a nice list of ten social media tools I have tried for myself and liked, not to mention they a free so no harm giving them a go!
A great way to keep in touch with your brand’s presence on the on the internet from all over the world, could provide some very useful insights for your brand.
Of course I have to mention this one, I started my blog this year on WordPress and love using it, of course its possible to publish much more complex sites using WordPress but I like how pretty much anyone can use it.
For free imagery, no worrying about copyright infringements!
Measures the impact of your Twitter campaign or hashtag.
Socialseek.com monitors all the latest news about a brand on social media sites including video, tweets, photos etc and you can make one for your own brand or business.
6. Google Blogs
Find blogs on any subject with news from all over the globe including those mentioning your brand or business.
Handy for managing multiple Twitter accounts and has great smartphone apps.
Crowdbooster manages your activities on Facebook and Twitter and lets you know the best times to post or tweet based on previous engagement with your audience.
Buffer is a great way for small businesses to manage their social media content by letting you pre-programme the best times to share Facebook posts and tweets.
10. Google Alerts
Alerts you by email when your business is mentioned.