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  • Rebecca

    Google Apps is a MUST too! It really helped me streamline my docs, appts and clients!

  • http://paradisesocial.wordpress.com/ Mike Poynton

    Like the HootSuite inclusion. But I, personally, prefer Sprout Social. For small business owners who tend to be ‘uninitiated’, the reporting is invaluable. Clear, concise and easy to understand. And their support is unsurpassable.

  • Abel Pardo

    Hootsuite 5.99? How can you get it at that price?

  • Diane Bianchi

    These are great tools. I use every one of the myself! I would also recommend Buffer – it’s great for spacing out your tweets.

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  • http://www.dragonflysocial.com/ Stacy Stateham

    I don’t think I could make it through a day without Hootsuite! I use AWeber vs MailChimp, but it’s kind of a Ford or Chevy thing… just a personal preference because of the ease of the forms.

  • http://twitter.com/ianmcleary Ian Cleary

    Hi Jeff,

    Bufferapp is an essential tool for me that I use every day.

    All the best,
    Ian

    • http://citraprasetyo.tumblr.com/ Citra Wikastri

      so, buffer app is worth to try? is it better than hootsuite?

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  • http://twitter.com/TheSMRoadmap Social Media Roadmap

    Love the article- Didn’t know about Evernote – can’t wait to check out. But the best thing is Mail Chimp. I love and use WordPress and Hootsuite – couldn’t live without them. But Mail Chimp is fantastic. Their customer service is 2nd to none. There are tons of more professional sites for managing e-mail news but Mail Chimp has the best and easiest to offer – love them!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=510493184 Mandy Wooley Edwards

    Personally, I prefer Sprout Social to Hootsuite. It’s easier to navigate and the analytics are miles better than Hootsuite’s. In my mind, the only plus to Hootsuite is that you have the ability to schedule Google+ posts.

  • http://twitter.com/ThoughtReach Thought Reach

    Shareholic helps us more quickly post our blog updates to our social networks. It also has sharing tools that post to your website.

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  • http://jeffbullas.com Jeff Bullas

    Jorge, I think there are about 10 other gaping holes. This is only a starter list but your suggestion is a good one. I use Google Analytics all the time.

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  • http://twitter.com/Initi8Marketing Tom Crawshaw

    Hi Jeff,
    Glad you included Hootsuite, that what I use on a daily basis to schedule my tweets. But I don’t use it for any other networks, as I prefer to manually post or schedule on Facebook.

    Another cool blogger tool/platform is Triberr, have you heard of it? I’ve written a review on it here >> http://initi8marketing.co.uk/my-1-secret-to-getting-more-blog-traffic/

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  • Connor from HootSuite

    Thanks for sharing Jeff and Dan! Great list of tools here – we certainly appreciate the kind words about HootSuite.

    Hoot on!

    -Your friends at HootSuite

  • Connor from HootSuite

    Thanks for sharing Jeff and Dan! Great list of tools here – we certainly appreciate the kind words about HootSuite.

    Hoot on!

    -Your friends at HootSuite

  • Connor from HootSuite

    Thanks for sharing Jeff and Dan! Great list of tools here – we certainly appreciate the kind words about HootSuite.

    Hoot on!

    -Your friends at HootSuite

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  • Theresumebuilder

    All are very good apps, it is a good thing that these apps exists because these do help a lot..it makes social media managing easier, convenient and faster. Saves time!

  • http://twitter.com/Divestments Jay Tucker

    Love #Hootsuite!

  • http://twitter.com/PaulaNLuke Paula Luke

    I couldn’t live without Hootsuite and I use Campaign Monitor not Mail Chimp – I like the functionality for reporting. Like the sound of Evernote but have a great memory so never needed to use it!

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  • newtronsols

    If the idea is to drive traffic to a web site then Google Analytics is also vital. Note I also use my own site binreminded.com to schedule tweets.

  • http://MerlinUWard.com/ Merlin U Ward

    If you haven’t looked yet. It allows you to set customer schedule times for any number of days of the the week. Also gives create analytics. All this for free!

  • Ola Agbaimoni

    Hi Dan – about 20 minutes ago I was reading an article on socialmediaexaminer where Jeff Bullas said his favourite tool was socialoomph and I can’t agree more. I love Hootsuite and Bufferapp but the ability to schedule recurring tweets on socialoomph is invaluable, saves times and ensures that the had work you spend writing blogs isn’t wasted as you can publish the same link repeatedly without having to write a new update each time. Works on Twitter Facebook Linkedin

  • Mark

    A great social media tool that is specifically made for B2B is Oktopost (www.oktopost). It really shines when it comes to LinkedIn.

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  • https://engagor.com/ Cameron Joye

    After Engagor, Feedly and Pocket are some of my most used tools. Couldn’t be productive without them!

  • Alexander Peiniger

    You may want to check out our quintly. We help by giving you access to competitive benchmarking, so that you can always see how good you are doing with your social media activities against your peers. https://www.quintly.com/

    Let me know if you want to give it a try :)

    Best
    Alex