8 Awesome Apps Every Social Media Manager Must Use

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As a former social media manager, I know finding the right applications for your business is stressful. Therefore, I will show you 8 apps perfect for your organization.

Some of these apps can assist you with curating and publishing posts, designing photos and infographics, skimming news articles, and monitoring your competitors’ social media strategy:

Visme

Visme produces beautiful designs. With Visme, you can design high-resolution images, infographics, presentations, reports, and slides.

This application features offline usability and integration with Microsoft Office. Use Visme to produce mesmerizing content. For more information about Visme, read Canva Versus Visme What’s The Difference.

StoryChief

StoryChief is a robust content management system (CMS). Other CMS apps such as Blogger, Word Press and HubSpot are inferior to StoryChief. With StoryChief, you can share your blog posts on Blogger and Medium, Facebook and LinkedIn, Twitter and Google +.

The app will also help you optimize content for search engines and collaborate with colleagues on blog posts. You can even use StoryChief as your personal blog.

Quuu

Quuu curates content for your social media. It delivers articles to your Buffer and HubSpot account so that you can publish them to your social media channels. Quuu has over 200 interest categories to choose from, so you will have plenty of content to share on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. Use Quuu if you want your followers to view your company as a credible authority in its field.

Social Insider

Social Insider can analyze your competitor's social media presence. This tool monitors your rival's Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram so that you can adjust your digital marketing strategy.

I have used Social Insider to measure social media likes, shares, growth, and other key performance indicators. The app has helped me develop a strategy to increase my Facebook engagement. I hope the Social Insider team integrates LinkedIn and Google+ to their app in 2020.

Crystal

Crystal is a virtual social media assistant. She makes analyzing social media fun and rewarding. Crystal responds to my social media questions and gives me suggestions on how I could increase my Facebook subscribers. I made a marvellous decision when I used her to monitor my Facebook page.

BeeLine Reader

Social media managers need BeeLine Reader. With BeLine Reader, you can skim news articles to share with your community. This app supercharges your reading by changing the colour and font of web text to make reading online accessible.

PromoRepublic

PromoRepublic (PR) is a splendid social media management app. PR smashed onto the digital marketing scene in 2014 and since then I have loved using it.

If you aren’t a professional graphic designer, PR has pre-made social media posts that you can edit to engage your audience. This dazzling app also has features including social media monitoring, collaboration, special event reminders, and curated content for your social media pages.

Webtexttool

Webtexttool is the best writing tool. The SEO writing application will assist you with optimizing your blog posts and news articles.

You will also enjoy using Webtexttool’s page position tracking, website competitor analysis, and its integrations with Microsoft Word, Word Press, Drupal, Joomla, Craft-CMS, and Sitecore.

Use the apps in this post to manage your social media presence, and visit AppSumo to discover other impressive applications. To learn more about my social media experience, read Fantastic Reasons to Become a Social Media Specialist for a Non-Profit Organization.