Social Media Automation: The Good & Bad


This week at Search Marketing Expo West 2013  I am speaking on the topic of “Social Media Automation: The Good & Bad”.  Instead of boring the audience with 45 minutes of 150 social media tools, I decided to focus the session more on going into detail on how we use some of the tools and provide a list of the rest here!



Content Curation Tools


Curation Soft


Feed Magnet




Twitter Tools


Bufferapp – Basic tweets scheduling for heavy users

Listorious – Build up a followers list by targeting top users

Twilert – Email alerts

Tweet Reach – Did you know that tweets travel?

Refollow – Helps manage Twitter relationships

Tweet Level – Twitter buzz measurement tools

Twellow – Twitter profiles categorized by profession or expertise

Manage Flitter – Followers management tools

Tweeted Times – Aggregates news in twitter stream and ranks them by followers popularity

Twitter Counter – Most popular Twitter users

Social Oomph – Oldie, but goldie. Clean up Twitter followers list by deleting inactive users, fake accounts (no picture, no bio, no updates) and a lot more

Plume – Twitter mobile management app for Android

Tweriod  – Check when all the fun is on Twitter and make sure to schedule some tweeting time on ‘rush hours’

Contaxio – Manage Twitter followers

Post Post – Twitter search engine

Social Scope, MarketMeSuite – One inbox for all the social media accounts

Nutshell Mail – One summary e-mail for the entire social wilderness’

Amplicate – Love or hate? Find it out

Group Tweet – Teams manage better business accounts

Conversocial – Never miss a comment or a Tweet again

Tweet Archivist – Twitter analytics

Post Acumen – Who said that spying cannot be fun?

Facebook Tools


IFTTT – It’s time to ‘bake’ some social media recipes and share what’s important

GroSocial – Creates Facebook contents in minutes

Punchtab – Loyal fans can now be rewarded

North Social – Apps for managing Facebook pages

Graph Science – Optimize marketing spend on Facebook – Building and analyzing Facebook ad campaigns

Memelabs – Facebook contests


Google+ Tool


Socialba – Two way sync between Google+ and other social media networks


Pinterest Tools


Rafflecopter – When it’s time for a giveaway, Raflecopter is easy to use and looooves Pinterest

Reachli – Easy way to market visual content

Pingraphy – Pinterest management tool to schedule pins and engage with followers

Repinly – Find everything that is popular on Pinterest


Social Sharing Tools


Hootsuite – Popular dashboard for social media management

Cadence9 – Enterprise social media marketing platform

Net Vibes – Social media dashboard – Use it to post RSS-feed social media updates to multiple accounts

Postling – Social media managing tool

Social Flow – Optimizing social media engagement

Engage121 – Social media marketing software

Sendible – Monitor brand popularity across all social media accounts

Argyle Social – Never lose any social media lead again

Wildfire – Now everyone can create custom made Facebook tabs


Check Social Media Popularity With


Stay on top of who’s talking about your business, keywords or favorite topics




How Sociable

People Browsr

Soc Metrics

Social Mention



Peer Index


Analyze Social Media Reach






Sentiment Metrics

Data Sift


Social Media Promotion


Triberr – Blog amplification platform

Social Buzz Club – Social media marketing community


blog2Blog Tools


WordPress – Blogging platform

Disqus – Global comment system

Poll Daddy – Question your audience

Inbox Q – Get content ideas from what people are buzzing on Twitter

Flickr – Incorporate images with creative commons that allow commercial use for visually appealing blog posts

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