From SEO and blogging to E-mail marketing, being on top of your game and creating that magic for your social media and website is a challenge, however difficult it is deep down it’s what all of us want.
That’s right, however time consuming and challenging it is to create your best showing on social and online, it doesn’t matter, you still want it.
There is a lot of work that needs to be done to create your amazing online presence, then there are Twitter tools to discover and use, Pinterest, the new rage in social media, and the third highest trafficked social site right now. If you aren’t careful you could suffer a Pinterest addiction. Google Plus and Facebook, monitoring, gauging testing and looking at analytics.
Who has time for it all. Well not to worry because there are tools. And as you know tools make our lives easier, unless of course it’s the wrong tool for the job, but not to worry these are 101 great tools for social media and for all of the above.
If you are like me you like lists. List’s make our lives manageable, and this list of tools is very good. The author is well known and respected, which doesn’t hurt. In essence he is dedicated and knows what he is talking about.
Look at the dedication here.
“Send a personal response to every subscriber until you can’t! If you’re not getting many subscribers each day send them each a personal message and ask them a bit about themselves and ask them what they would like to see on your site. This will be the best research you have ever done!”
As I continue to read about this awesome list, I have to say it’s very good. I really liked number 86.
86. Use Nimble to manage your relationships with key people you want to track. There is a hootsuite add on so you can use it directly within Hootsuite.
I also enjoyed prchecker.info a tool that allows you to check the pagerank of a site, you know to decide if you might like to guest post on it.
There was even a tool that he recommended for me to use for our upcoming Twitter Chat we are going to start every Monday at 7pm EST with the hashtag #IBCuratorChat where we will be discussing curation. That one is called TweetChat
There is even a tool called Screaming Frog, I will let you check that one out on your own.
All in all this is a resource, many of the tools I am using and many I need to make room for, but I can see myself visiting this page again, which after all is magic right.
I give this article an 8 out of 10 on my curation scoring chart. It is highly beneficial, full of helpful tools and information and well written. And you can even read it easily on a mobile device. I welcome your feedback and I have also left a comment for the author himself. What do you think? Do you have a favorite social media tool, not on the list?
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