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Salesforce Marketing Cloud logo
4.2
481

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Reviews Sentiment
Positive Reviews
Rating Breakdown
    Value for money
    3.8
    Ease of use
    3.8
    Features
    4.3
    Customer support
    3.9
Pros and Cons from Salesforce Marketing Cloud users   
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Encourages cross-team communications. Great support from the vendor, and strong community of users and third-party integrators.
The price, the user experience, the lack of multibrand use. When I threatened to take my business elsewhere we had one call with the VP but then he stopped responding to calls and emails.
Was quite easy to understand for novice and navigate around and had easy to use and useful automated marketing features that made reaching a large audience seamlessly easy.
It felt like they were just as fed up with this crap tool as we are. Although they didn't say it, I think one of our key employees quit over the frustration of dealing with marketing cloud.
We use salesforce daily to engage with customers on a daily basis. It has been very helpful in managing customer journeys, sending and preparing emails, and getting good reporting.
Not all pending sends will list themselves under "Pending Sends," so that has caused some issues with accidentally sending the same email to the same list more than once.
It had a good native integration with Litmus. I liked the reporting feature that visually showed where users where clicking in an email.
The customer service and sales team was probably the worst I've seen from an enterprise product. Even though it's owned by Salesforce, it isn't as well integrated as Marketo.
Its very user friendly when you need to build assets with less time. I think those who have a more B2C business marketing model will find this more beneficial with the 1:1 ratio for personalization.
Further, the e-newsletters don't cooperate with Outlook, which is frustrating since both are Microsoft products.
Salesforce offers a big eco-system with lots of functionalities and a good customer overview.
Also opening a ticket with customer support is a pain, especially if you don't have a Salesforce login (I've tried both with and without.).
You are able to view and respond to emails from all of your coworkers which helps with workload management.
The e-newsletter design function is nearly useless unless you can code HTML, and the preview emails you see never match what ends up in your inbox.
The Journey Building feature is incredible for this. This also allows you to set triggers and make intelligent automation decisions.
Steep learning curve, Poor Customer service, Fairly expensive for most of the users.
Love what the product is capable of doing. But it takes a significant amount of time and money beyond the cost of the product to set it up and maintain it.
For a small business I'd HIGHLY recommend going with something else.
Encourages cross-team communications. Great support from the vendor, and strong community of users and third-party integrators.
The price, the user experience, the lack of multibrand use. When I threatened to take my business elsewhere we had one call with the VP but then he stopped responding to calls and emails.
Was quite easy to understand for novice and navigate around and had easy to use and useful automated marketing features that made reaching a large audience seamlessly easy.
It felt like they were just as fed up with this crap tool as we are. Although they didn't say it, I think one of our key employees quit over the frustration of dealing with marketing cloud.
We use salesforce daily to engage with customers on a daily basis. It has been very helpful in managing customer journeys, sending and preparing emails, and getting good reporting.
Not all pending sends will list themselves under "Pending Sends," so that has caused some issues with accidentally sending the same email to the same list more than once.
It had a good native integration with Litmus. I liked the reporting feature that visually showed where users where clicking in an email.
The customer service and sales team was probably the worst I've seen from an enterprise product. Even though it's owned by Salesforce, it isn't as well integrated as Marketo.
Its very user friendly when you need to build assets with less time. I think those who have a more B2C business marketing model will find this more beneficial with the 1:1 ratio for personalization.
Further, the e-newsletters don't cooperate with Outlook, which is frustrating since both are Microsoft products.
Salesforce offers a big eco-system with lots of functionalities and a good customer overview.
Also opening a ticket with customer support is a pain, especially if you don't have a Salesforce login (I've tried both with and without.).
You are able to view and respond to emails from all of your coworkers which helps with workload management.
The e-newsletter design function is nearly useless unless you can code HTML, and the preview emails you see never match what ends up in your inbox.
The Journey Building feature is incredible for this. This also allows you to set triggers and make intelligent automation decisions.
Steep learning curve, Poor Customer service, Fairly expensive for most of the users.
Love what the product is capable of doing. But it takes a significant amount of time and money beyond the cost of the product to set it up and maintain it.
For a small business I'd HIGHLY recommend going with something else.
Encourages cross-team communications. Great support from the vendor, and strong community of users and third-party integrators.
The price, the user experience, the lack of multibrand use. When I threatened to take my business elsewhere we had one call with the VP but then he stopped responding to calls and emails.
Was quite easy to understand for novice and navigate around and had easy to use and useful automated marketing features that made reaching a large audience seamlessly easy.
It felt like they were just as fed up with this crap tool as we are. Although they didn't say it, I think one of our key employees quit over the frustration of dealing with marketing cloud.
We use salesforce daily to engage with customers on a daily basis. It has been very helpful in managing customer journeys, sending and preparing emails, and getting good reporting.
Not all pending sends will list themselves under "Pending Sends," so that has caused some issues with accidentally sending the same email to the same list more than once.
It had a good native integration with Litmus. I liked the reporting feature that visually showed where users where clicking in an email.
The customer service and sales team was probably the worst I've seen from an enterprise product. Even though it's owned by Salesforce, it isn't as well integrated as Marketo.
Its very user friendly when you need to build assets with less time. I think those who have a more B2C business marketing model will find this more beneficial with the 1:1 ratio for personalization.
Further, the e-newsletters don't cooperate with Outlook, which is frustrating since both are Microsoft products.
Salesforce offers a big eco-system with lots of functionalities and a good customer overview.
Also opening a ticket with customer support is a pain, especially if you don't have a Salesforce login (I've tried both with and without.).
You are able to view and respond to emails from all of your coworkers which helps with workload management.
The e-newsletter design function is nearly useless unless you can code HTML, and the preview emails you see never match what ends up in your inbox.
The Journey Building feature is incredible for this. This also allows you to set triggers and make intelligent automation decisions.
Steep learning curve, Poor Customer service, Fairly expensive for most of the users.
Love what the product is capable of doing. But it takes a significant amount of time and money beyond the cost of the product to set it up and maintain it.
For a small business I'd HIGHLY recommend going with something else.
Zoho Social logo
4.7
3K

Social media marketing for growing businesses

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Reviews Sentiment
Positive Reviews
Rating Breakdown
    Value for money
    4.5
    Ease of use
    4.7
    Features
    4.5
    Customer support
    4.5
Pros and Cons from Zoho Social users   
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Enjoyed that we can post to the significant social stages effectively, plan when we need and furthermore alter explicit presents on make at that point turn out best for every stage.
There were no workarounds, no forwarding to development teams for future updates, and only uncaring, unhelpful responses.
The calendar view gives me a great look at what I have scheduled. Setting up post automation is seamless and the general UX is fantastic.
There's no integration for WhatsApp Business. I think this is a huge bummer as that is the main communication channel in my country.
I have loved using Zoho social for work. The ease of scheduling all my posts in one place and just watching them zip off at a time I determine is very exciting.
So far I can't think of anything to dislike about the application.
It is really good and have a potential to be one of the best if it is not yet there.
Resize support is really bad on mobile it supports twitter on chrome it does not. Live Stream tab no idea what does it do.
I have found the app and web platform super easy to use. I love being able to schedule to LinkedIn, and it has simplified my process for scheduling across multiple accounts.
Zoho Social makes my job much easier with excellent scheduling options and great reports which make keeping KPIs a lot more enjoyable.
As someone who has been trying to build my brand, Zoho Social has been great. I love that I can schedule posts and monitor my analytics so easily.
The most appealing feature of Zoho Social was the user interface which was easy to use and with multiple connections. Among other competitors, this one offers the best price.
Zoho as always provides excellent customer service and would always look after their customers. I am very much happy to be with Zoho.
Great ,user friendly for my social media platform reach and post. Easy to use any where any time anybody.
I have used many tools in the past but this is one of the best. The pricing is really affordable in terms of features and functionalities provided by a simple plan.
I found the integration so easy compared to other softwares , it covers all you need in one place perfectly fit.
The way they integrate is awesome. Plus, I can schedule posts ahead of time and I get tons of analytics.
Reports, analytics, and content organizing features are so valuable. Plus, the customer service is excellent.
Enjoyed that we can post to the significant social stages effectively, plan when we need and furthermore alter explicit presents on make at that point turn out best for every stage.
There were no workarounds, no forwarding to development teams for future updates, and only uncaring, unhelpful responses.
The calendar view gives me a great look at what I have scheduled. Setting up post automation is seamless and the general UX is fantastic.
There's no integration for WhatsApp Business. I think this is a huge bummer as that is the main communication channel in my country.
I have loved using Zoho social for work. The ease of scheduling all my posts in one place and just watching them zip off at a time I determine is very exciting.
So far I can't think of anything to dislike about the application.
It is really good and have a potential to be one of the best if it is not yet there.
Resize support is really bad on mobile it supports twitter on chrome it does not. Live Stream tab no idea what does it do.
I have found the app and web platform super easy to use. I love being able to schedule to LinkedIn, and it has simplified my process for scheduling across multiple accounts.
Zoho Social makes my job much easier with excellent scheduling options and great reports which make keeping KPIs a lot more enjoyable.
As someone who has been trying to build my brand, Zoho Social has been great. I love that I can schedule posts and monitor my analytics so easily.
The most appealing feature of Zoho Social was the user interface which was easy to use and with multiple connections. Among other competitors, this one offers the best price.
Zoho as always provides excellent customer service and would always look after their customers. I am very much happy to be with Zoho.
Great ,user friendly for my social media platform reach and post. Easy to use any where any time anybody.
I have used many tools in the past but this is one of the best. The pricing is really affordable in terms of features and functionalities provided by a simple plan.
I found the integration so easy compared to other softwares , it covers all you need in one place perfectly fit.
The way they integrate is awesome. Plus, I can schedule posts ahead of time and I get tons of analytics.
Reports, analytics, and content organizing features are so valuable. Plus, the customer service is excellent.
Enjoyed that we can post to the significant social stages effectively, plan when we need and furthermore alter explicit presents on make at that point turn out best for every stage.
There were no workarounds, no forwarding to development teams for future updates, and only uncaring, unhelpful responses.
The calendar view gives me a great look at what I have scheduled. Setting up post automation is seamless and the general UX is fantastic.
There's no integration for WhatsApp Business. I think this is a huge bummer as that is the main communication channel in my country.
I have loved using Zoho social for work. The ease of scheduling all my posts in one place and just watching them zip off at a time I determine is very exciting.
So far I can't think of anything to dislike about the application.
It is really good and have a potential to be one of the best if it is not yet there.
Resize support is really bad on mobile it supports twitter on chrome it does not. Live Stream tab no idea what does it do.
I have found the app and web platform super easy to use. I love being able to schedule to LinkedIn, and it has simplified my process for scheduling across multiple accounts.
Zoho Social makes my job much easier with excellent scheduling options and great reports which make keeping KPIs a lot more enjoyable.
As someone who has been trying to build my brand, Zoho Social has been great. I love that I can schedule posts and monitor my analytics so easily.
The most appealing feature of Zoho Social was the user interface which was easy to use and with multiple connections. Among other competitors, this one offers the best price.
Zoho as always provides excellent customer service and would always look after their customers. I am very much happy to be with Zoho.
Great ,user friendly for my social media platform reach and post. Easy to use any where any time anybody.
I have used many tools in the past but this is one of the best. The pricing is really affordable in terms of features and functionalities provided by a simple plan.
I found the integration so easy compared to other softwares , it covers all you need in one place perfectly fit.
The way they integrate is awesome. Plus, I can schedule posts ahead of time and I get tons of analytics.
Reports, analytics, and content organizing features are so valuable. Plus, the customer service is excellent.
Airtable logo
4.7
1.9K

Cloud-based organization & collaboration tool

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Reviews Sentiment
Positive Reviews
Rating Breakdown
    Value for money
    4.5
    Ease of use
    4.5
    Features
    4.5
    Customer support
    4.4
Pros and Cons from Airtable users   
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+15
There are premade templates that are great, and provides awesome insight on how powerful the software really is. I frequently use their social media calendar, and the project list.
What I dislike most about this software is that I cannot type extended sentences in one box. Whenever I try to paste a long sentence or paragraph the words go into the rows beneath.
I like to see a whole month's worth of content at one time. It is also super helpful that one team member can upload content and another can download from a different location.
Some features around forms are notably missing and it is hard to integrate work-arounds.
I love the low price-point and the amazing customer service they have, by far one f the most powerful low-cost database/spreadsheet tool out there.
It was a mess trying to get it set up. Initially it was set up with separate paid spaces and then trying to get everything onto an enterprise plan was a huge headache.
It has a great community of users with helpful suggestions and awesome ideas. Using one such idea I hooked up Airtable to Slack using Zapier and built custom notifications for myself.
You pay by user per workspace, so that means if you have teams that work in more than one area, you would need to pay for them twice.
I'm a spreadsheet nerd, so I was really excited when I discovered Airtable. It's a database in the form of a spreadsheet and I'm continually amazed by its capabilities.
Collecting projects data like status, phone numbers, etc is easy. IFTTT integration is one of the best features because I will save a lot of time.
We loved the ability to customize our bases for just about any situation.
Love what it can do and helps visually add some appealing colour to data.
Airtable is a researcher's best friend. In addition to being easy to use, it has many options for customization and configuration of the database.
Beautiful Interface and great project management tool.
Airtable is a great inexpensive option to use. If you are on a budget, and don’t want to spend money for a program this should be your go to.
I like the fact bthat it seemed organized and simple. User friendly interface and easy to read the cpontents.
A beautiful task board with powerful integrations.
Very good value for money. Practical, inexpensive and quick way to implement a system for internal use.
There are premade templates that are great, and provides awesome insight on how powerful the software really is. I frequently use their social media calendar, and the project list.
What I dislike most about this software is that I cannot type extended sentences in one box. Whenever I try to paste a long sentence or paragraph the words go into the rows beneath.
I like to see a whole month's worth of content at one time. It is also super helpful that one team member can upload content and another can download from a different location.
Some features around forms are notably missing and it is hard to integrate work-arounds.
I love the low price-point and the amazing customer service they have, by far one f the most powerful low-cost database/spreadsheet tool out there.
It was a mess trying to get it set up. Initially it was set up with separate paid spaces and then trying to get everything onto an enterprise plan was a huge headache.
It has a great community of users with helpful suggestions and awesome ideas. Using one such idea I hooked up Airtable to Slack using Zapier and built custom notifications for myself.
You pay by user per workspace, so that means if you have teams that work in more than one area, you would need to pay for them twice.
I'm a spreadsheet nerd, so I was really excited when I discovered Airtable. It's a database in the form of a spreadsheet and I'm continually amazed by its capabilities.
Collecting projects data like status, phone numbers, etc is easy. IFTTT integration is one of the best features because I will save a lot of time.
We loved the ability to customize our bases for just about any situation.
Love what it can do and helps visually add some appealing colour to data.
Airtable is a researcher's best friend. In addition to being easy to use, it has many options for customization and configuration of the database.
Beautiful Interface and great project management tool.
Airtable is a great inexpensive option to use. If you are on a budget, and don’t want to spend money for a program this should be your go to.
I like the fact bthat it seemed organized and simple. User friendly interface and easy to read the cpontents.
A beautiful task board with powerful integrations.
Very good value for money. Practical, inexpensive and quick way to implement a system for internal use.
There are premade templates that are great, and provides awesome insight on how powerful the software really is. I frequently use their social media calendar, and the project list.
What I dislike most about this software is that I cannot type extended sentences in one box. Whenever I try to paste a long sentence or paragraph the words go into the rows beneath.
I like to see a whole month's worth of content at one time. It is also super helpful that one team member can upload content and another can download from a different location.
Some features around forms are notably missing and it is hard to integrate work-arounds.
I love the low price-point and the amazing customer service they have, by far one f the most powerful low-cost database/spreadsheet tool out there.
It was a mess trying to get it set up. Initially it was set up with separate paid spaces and then trying to get everything onto an enterprise plan was a huge headache.
It has a great community of users with helpful suggestions and awesome ideas. Using one such idea I hooked up Airtable to Slack using Zapier and built custom notifications for myself.
You pay by user per workspace, so that means if you have teams that work in more than one area, you would need to pay for them twice.
I'm a spreadsheet nerd, so I was really excited when I discovered Airtable. It's a database in the form of a spreadsheet and I'm continually amazed by its capabilities.
Collecting projects data like status, phone numbers, etc is easy. IFTTT integration is one of the best features because I will save a lot of time.
We loved the ability to customize our bases for just about any situation.
Love what it can do and helps visually add some appealing colour to data.
Airtable is a researcher's best friend. In addition to being easy to use, it has many options for customization and configuration of the database.
Beautiful Interface and great project management tool.
Airtable is a great inexpensive option to use. If you are on a budget, and don’t want to spend money for a program this should be your go to.
I like the fact bthat it seemed organized and simple. User friendly interface and easy to read the cpontents.
A beautiful task board with powerful integrations.
Very good value for money. Practical, inexpensive and quick way to implement a system for internal use.
Wrike logo
4.3
2.5K

Manage your projects from start to finish with Wrike

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Positive Reviews
Rating Breakdown
    Value for money
    4.1
    Ease of use
    4.1
    Features
    4.3
    Customer support
    4.3
Pros and Cons from Wrike users   
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The benefit of having all in one place is a great promise. And helps a lot that the entire team is using one single place for all organizational stuff.
It also makes the relevant conversations and files more difficult to track down, since they might be lost in any of these subtasks.
I also love that they added a free plan for people to try out the platform before committing. But what I love the most is the new templates feature.
There are countless examples of this annoying aspect.
Good for managing high level projects and milestones. Gantt charts help visualize progress and keep our teams on top of their work.
Who knows that I did not use the service, because there are access logs, and still maintain the unauthorized charges.
Super easy to use from the non-creative/briefer side and I hear the same from the creative side. Easy to see version histories and follow up with edits.
For a private venture, this is the main problem in my view. This is likewise the situation for extra highlights, a considerable lot of which are just utilized by Admin yet are invoiced for each seat.
Logging the bugs was very easy and I liked how I got automated messages back when the dev team took care of my tickets so I could keep up with progress.
If you have someone who is super organized and sets a good example for what to put in each task, it can go a long way. It makes a manageable and organized to-do list for everyone in your org.
A great project management tool, with lots of features and a great interface.
The support staff was very pleased, who, when using Wrike, helped us quickly configure the interface and create an individual and appropriate workflow for my team.
The thing that I like most about this software is that it is pretty easy to use and set up for projects.
It has excellent integration with Apple operating systems, both with Mac and iPhone, which allows us to be connected at all times.
I've use ripe software for over 5 years collaborated on multiple projects with multiple end users and vendors and can only say that is phenomenal software with a very good price in the market.
Overall, I think it is a solid tool. I have heard from champions that it is costly, and that most integrations come at an incremental additional cost.
Very complete project management tool. I like the direct integration with the calendar, which ensures everyone is aligned on the relevant tasks.
Looks amazing, hard to use in practice, with unresponsive community support.
The benefit of having all in one place is a great promise. And helps a lot that the entire team is using one single place for all organizational stuff.
It also makes the relevant conversations and files more difficult to track down, since they might be lost in any of these subtasks.
I also love that they added a free plan for people to try out the platform before committing. But what I love the most is the new templates feature.
There are countless examples of this annoying aspect.
Good for managing high level projects and milestones. Gantt charts help visualize progress and keep our teams on top of their work.
Who knows that I did not use the service, because there are access logs, and still maintain the unauthorized charges.
Super easy to use from the non-creative/briefer side and I hear the same from the creative side. Easy to see version histories and follow up with edits.
For a private venture, this is the main problem in my view. This is likewise the situation for extra highlights, a considerable lot of which are just utilized by Admin yet are invoiced for each seat.
Logging the bugs was very easy and I liked how I got automated messages back when the dev team took care of my tickets so I could keep up with progress.
If you have someone who is super organized and sets a good example for what to put in each task, it can go a long way. It makes a manageable and organized to-do list for everyone in your org.
A great project management tool, with lots of features and a great interface.
The support staff was very pleased, who, when using Wrike, helped us quickly configure the interface and create an individual and appropriate workflow for my team.
The thing that I like most about this software is that it is pretty easy to use and set up for projects.
It has excellent integration with Apple operating systems, both with Mac and iPhone, which allows us to be connected at all times.
I've use ripe software for over 5 years collaborated on multiple projects with multiple end users and vendors and can only say that is phenomenal software with a very good price in the market.
Overall, I think it is a solid tool. I have heard from champions that it is costly, and that most integrations come at an incremental additional cost.
Very complete project management tool. I like the direct integration with the calendar, which ensures everyone is aligned on the relevant tasks.
Looks amazing, hard to use in practice, with unresponsive community support.
The benefit of having all in one place is a great promise. And helps a lot that the entire team is using one single place for all organizational stuff.
It also makes the relevant conversations and files more difficult to track down, since they might be lost in any of these subtasks.
I also love that they added a free plan for people to try out the platform before committing. But what I love the most is the new templates feature.
There are countless examples of this annoying aspect.
Good for managing high level projects and milestones. Gantt charts help visualize progress and keep our teams on top of their work.
Who knows that I did not use the service, because there are access logs, and still maintain the unauthorized charges.
Super easy to use from the non-creative/briefer side and I hear the same from the creative side. Easy to see version histories and follow up with edits.
For a private venture, this is the main problem in my view. This is likewise the situation for extra highlights, a considerable lot of which are just utilized by Admin yet are invoiced for each seat.
Logging the bugs was very easy and I liked how I got automated messages back when the dev team took care of my tickets so I could keep up with progress.
If you have someone who is super organized and sets a good example for what to put in each task, it can go a long way. It makes a manageable and organized to-do list for everyone in your org.
A great project management tool, with lots of features and a great interface.
The support staff was very pleased, who, when using Wrike, helped us quickly configure the interface and create an individual and appropriate workflow for my team.
The thing that I like most about this software is that it is pretty easy to use and set up for projects.
It has excellent integration with Apple operating systems, both with Mac and iPhone, which allows us to be connected at all times.
I've use ripe software for over 5 years collaborated on multiple projects with multiple end users and vendors and can only say that is phenomenal software with a very good price in the market.
Overall, I think it is a solid tool. I have heard from champions that it is costly, and that most integrations come at an incremental additional cost.
Very complete project management tool. I like the direct integration with the calendar, which ensures everyone is aligned on the relevant tasks.
Looks amazing, hard to use in practice, with unresponsive community support.
Buffer logo
4.5
1.4K

Social media management platform

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Reviews Sentiment
Positive Reviews
Rating Breakdown
    Value for money
    4.4
    Ease of use
    4.6
    Features
    4.3
    Customer support
    4.4
Pros and Cons from Buffer users   
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The scheduling was great and the reports are probably the best out there. It also has a great mobile app which never crashed on me.
Buffer has been one of the only platforms I've had trouble with when it comes to failed posts. It didn't happen that frequently, but it happened often enough that it was a pain point.
Just choose the option that fits your needs. Another Buffer feature I love is the ability to share the same post to multiple platforms with the appropriate variations.
It can be a little confusing to learn the interface and features of customizing for each platform.
It's great to help clients who have never used a scheduling platform before, it's quite easy to use and reliable.
But these generally are problems users can expect to encounter with any social scheduling platform.
I love social media schedulers, and this is a good one. I like that it's relatively inexpensive, and easy to connect with social media accounts.
Again, I'll sometimes post manually on Twitter so that I can tag accounts. Finally, you can post multiple images on posts, which is especially a drawback for Instagram.
Good platform for scheduling you SOME posts, very easy to use and a big help for people with multiple SOME channels.
Its free as well so you can try it out until you want to take its premium membership. Easy to set up, easy to connect and their customer support is also great.
If you're an avid social media user/manager with multiple accounts, it seems like a great resource for scheduling posts. They also have an extensive blog/education section, which is quite informative.
Since my client uses Pinterest, this a good alternative for Tail. The link shortener feature is my lifesaver.
Integration with BulkBuffer. All of this has made Buffer a win win for me.
I do like the ease of use and functionality. It has a clean interface and you can select from a couple of different plan options, including one for posting and analyzing your social media accounts.
Buffer is a great tool to use if you would like to schedule social media posts all in one go. It can help you post to multiple networks and also get handy reports on how your social media is doing.
So all in all I think Buffer does a great job for the price of the software. I do like how all analytics are in one place and how you can have multiple users and editors working on your social copy.
I love how simple Buffer is to use, and I use it often for my Instagram. The UI/UX is very intuitive, and I like it that is not crammed with many unnecessary integrations.
Must have to ensure your posting to your social media. Customer support is very fast too.
The scheduling was great and the reports are probably the best out there. It also has a great mobile app which never crashed on me.
Buffer has been one of the only platforms I've had trouble with when it comes to failed posts. It didn't happen that frequently, but it happened often enough that it was a pain point.
Just choose the option that fits your needs. Another Buffer feature I love is the ability to share the same post to multiple platforms with the appropriate variations.
It can be a little confusing to learn the interface and features of customizing for each platform.
It's great to help clients who have never used a scheduling platform before, it's quite easy to use and reliable.
But these generally are problems users can expect to encounter with any social scheduling platform.
I love social media schedulers, and this is a good one. I like that it's relatively inexpensive, and easy to connect with social media accounts.
Again, I'll sometimes post manually on Twitter so that I can tag accounts. Finally, you can post multiple images on posts, which is especially a drawback for Instagram.
Good platform for scheduling you SOME posts, very easy to use and a big help for people with multiple SOME channels.
Its free as well so you can try it out until you want to take its premium membership. Easy to set up, easy to connect and their customer support is also great.
If you're an avid social media user/manager with multiple accounts, it seems like a great resource for scheduling posts. They also have an extensive blog/education section, which is quite informative.
Since my client uses Pinterest, this a good alternative for Tail. The link shortener feature is my lifesaver.
Integration with BulkBuffer. All of this has made Buffer a win win for me.
I do like the ease of use and functionality. It has a clean interface and you can select from a couple of different plan options, including one for posting and analyzing your social media accounts.
Buffer is a great tool to use if you would like to schedule social media posts all in one go. It can help you post to multiple networks and also get handy reports on how your social media is doing.
So all in all I think Buffer does a great job for the price of the software. I do like how all analytics are in one place and how you can have multiple users and editors working on your social copy.
I love how simple Buffer is to use, and I use it often for my Instagram. The UI/UX is very intuitive, and I like it that is not crammed with many unnecessary integrations.
Must have to ensure your posting to your social media. Customer support is very fast too.
The scheduling was great and the reports are probably the best out there. It also has a great mobile app which never crashed on me.
Buffer has been one of the only platforms I've had trouble with when it comes to failed posts. It didn't happen that frequently, but it happened often enough that it was a pain point.
Just choose the option that fits your needs. Another Buffer feature I love is the ability to share the same post to multiple platforms with the appropriate variations.
It can be a little confusing to learn the interface and features of customizing for each platform.
It's great to help clients who have never used a scheduling platform before, it's quite easy to use and reliable.
But these generally are problems users can expect to encounter with any social scheduling platform.
I love social media schedulers, and this is a good one. I like that it's relatively inexpensive, and easy to connect with social media accounts.
Again, I'll sometimes post manually on Twitter so that I can tag accounts. Finally, you can post multiple images on posts, which is especially a drawback for Instagram.
Good platform for scheduling you SOME posts, very easy to use and a big help for people with multiple SOME channels.
Its free as well so you can try it out until you want to take its premium membership. Easy to set up, easy to connect and their customer support is also great.
If you're an avid social media user/manager with multiple accounts, it seems like a great resource for scheduling posts. They also have an extensive blog/education section, which is quite informative.
Since my client uses Pinterest, this a good alternative for Tail. The link shortener feature is my lifesaver.
Integration with BulkBuffer. All of this has made Buffer a win win for me.
I do like the ease of use and functionality. It has a clean interface and you can select from a couple of different plan options, including one for posting and analyzing your social media accounts.
Buffer is a great tool to use if you would like to schedule social media posts all in one go. It can help you post to multiple networks and also get handy reports on how your social media is doing.
So all in all I think Buffer does a great job for the price of the software. I do like how all analytics are in one place and how you can have multiple users and editors working on your social copy.
I love how simple Buffer is to use, and I use it often for my Instagram. The UI/UX is very intuitive, and I like it that is not crammed with many unnecessary integrations.
Must have to ensure your posting to your social media. Customer support is very fast too.
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