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What are few affordable tools to manage company Facebook and Twitter account in a team environment?

Jai Kumar Entrepreneur and Technology Leader - Passionate and Dream Chaser (Get things done guy)

January 6th, 2016

We have 3 people working on our social media campaigns on Facebook and Twitter. I had to share Facebook & Twitter credentials with all those 3 people. That I don't really want to reveal. What are few good tools which can help me to manage our efforts in terms of better visibility of each person's effort, tracking their progress and managing their accounts.

Joanan Hernandez CEO & Founder at Mollejuo

January 7th, 2016

I will add to the conversation ...

For the case of Facebook, you have a page for it, right?

With a Facebook page you can assign administrator roles to other people. By doing this you don't need to share your credentials for that page or yours with anybody else.


Anita Cohen-Williams Experienced in SEO and Social Media Management since 1994

January 6th, 2016

I recommend Hootsuite as it allows you to put teams of people together without having to share credentials.  Buffer is another management tool, but is a bit harder to use. 

Nofyah Shem Tov

January 6th, 2016

OK, this is one area I am qualified to answer to as at least a semi expert. I have over 14K followers on my Twitter account. 1) I use Social Quant to get new followers. Many people use Crowdfire but it takes a lot of time you can spend better planning content and engagement. 2) Use Post Planner or Buffer to find and schedule content to post. 3) I just found this nifty tool that I plan to try out in the next few days: Little Bird 4) I just scheduled this to post: 10 Social Media Reporting Apps You Can’t Live Another Day Without - Successful Blog - - Look up Alex Hamm and schedule a free session with him. He's great. Good luck! Nofyah

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January 6th, 2016

Did you define who your ideal prospects are and where they hang out online to discuss the issues you solve and or go to for sourcing what you offer?

Do that first before you try and manage your facebook and or twitter social media initiatives. What you say and do necessitates knowing, not guessing what ideal prospects care about and then how to use the correct social media to reach them re their stated issues and offer your solutions, products. services in a way that dos so.

Why spend time on either if your ideal target market and prospects are not there or dont go there to discuss the issues your products, services can resolve nor do they  look for products or solutions via those tools.

Please dont assume you need a presence on facebook and or Twitter. First validate its where your ideal target audience actually goes or hangs out online. Then validate how well you can actually use the site to manage contact reach, influence opinion and prospect action.

Example,  B2B's dont participate in Facebook nor do they go there to source or discuss business issues. See what I mean.

Nofyah Shem Tov

January 7th, 2016

I found this article this morning on Twitter: