10 Mobile Apps to Manage Your Social Media Campaign

Social Media Campaign in 2013

Managing your social media campaign from a mobile device is not such a bad idea. Sure, it is not an ideal place to start writing your posts, but management and maintenance is easy via a mobile device if you use one of the apps listed below. They have made it easier than ever to log in to numerous accounts and manage your campaigns on the go.

1. SocialFlow

This is an app that allows you to guess what times your posts are going to be the most useful and the most seen by other users. It helps you pick the perfect time to send out tweets on your Twitter account. It uses the activity of your users to estimate the best times to tweet and helps you tweet at those times.

2. CoTweet

This is a Twitter and Facebook management app that allow you to integrate between the two and keep a watch on your social media campaign. It allow you to make notes on the posts and conversations of others and see threaded conversations for your own reference. It is handy to have around if you only really concentrate on Twitter and/of Facebook with your online campaigns.

3. SocialOomph

This is a feature packed social media monitoring and management app that will help you watch your Facebook and Twitter accounts. You can schedule posts, promote profiles, check on keywords, and check on messages. There are lots of little functions you can play with in order to manage your social media profiles.

4. TweetDeck

It is a sexy named app for a social media management program. This one operates within your Internet browser, which is not a bad thing but is not really the norm for most apps of this genre. It does mean that it will work for more operating systems though. You can monitor and maintain profiles on things such as Foursquare, Twitter, Facebook, MySpace, etc. It is a tidy little app.

5. HootSuite

This is a very popular app that is commonly mistaken for being a Twitter only app. Where it is very good with Twitter it is also there to help you with things such as linkedIN and Facebook. It allows you to log into your profiles for various social media networks, even if you have more than one profile each and you can monitor and maintain your posts from the app.

6. Seesmic

This app may be used for most of the operating systems out there as it may be both mobile based and web based. It has over ninety third party integration options which means you may monitor and maintain your more popular mainstream profiles as well as your less well known profiles such as those on Yammer and Klout.

7. Ping.fm

This is an app that allow you to update and monitor your social media profiles. It claims that you can integrate any social media network into the app and then monitor it from there. If you have a lot of social media profiles on lots of different social media platforms then this is probably going to be the best app for you to manage them all from one place.

8. Buffer

This will help you to plan your Twitter posts and to schedule them too. You can schedule them weeks in advance and have them post at times of the day that suit you the best. It allows you to take a firm grip on your Twitter account and micro manage it in a way that other apps will not allow you to do. It is only a Twitter app but this has made it all the more focused on the many Twitter functions it has.

9. SpredFast

This allows you to manage your social media profiles and measure analytics too. It allows you to manage your profiles on networks such as YouTube, Facebook, Flickr and Twitter, and then you may see how far your post have traveled via things such as retweets. It can gather data to tell you things such as the best times to post on social media networks.

10. TwitterFeed

This is a Twitter based app for management of your Twitter account, but it can also manage accounts on other social media websites and platforms. It is also good with RSS feeds which allow you to see the most up to date information and changes on your social media accounts. You can even use your RSS feed from your blog to update the information on your social media account, which enables you to tell the world when you have posted a new blog post.

Author’s bio-Sonia Jackson

My name is Sonia Jackson. I write for Royal Essay that provides well-written and quality essays and research papers for college and university students.

Hari Charan

Hari Charan is the founder and CEO Le Geeks. He's a geek who fell in love with the world of Blogging, SEO and marketing at an early age of 12.

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3 Responses

  1. supreeth says:

    cool one helpful for fast bloggers

  2. supreeth says:

    awesome post hootsuite is my favo

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