Technologies that let businesses keep tabs on social media

Recently, I’ve written a lot about applications and technologies that might aid you in your social media endeavours. Apps for managing time and resources efficiently and helping customers via social media are all included.
In this article, I’ll just run over a list of all the applications and tools available to you for enhancing your social network presence.
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Scheduling, Web Listening, Mentions, Calendar, Grid View, Content Curation, Analytics and Reporting, and more all for a fraction of the cost of competing solutions.
A free plan is available, allowing you to handle up to three social media profiles and ten posts per profile.


Similar to the last decent social media management tool. In addition to its analytics and engagement capabilities, Buffer also provides scheduling. They have just released a new tool called “Start Page,” which lets you build a homepage for your “link in bio,” where you can showcase your most popular content and sell your wares.


One of the most well-known tools for managing many social network accounts. Hootsuite is a social media management platform that allows users to schedule posts, communicate with followers, keep tabs on activity, manage sponsored advertisements, and analyse data. They provide free trials of their various subscription options, and in their more expensive packages, they even have the ability to set up separate accounts for each of your departments.


Later is a planner that provides stats and a landing page for your links in bios using a tool called Media storage and editing features (including the ability to add text to photographs) are also available.


Sendible is a comprehensive platform for managing your social media presence. They provide content ideas, a library, bulk scheduling, post previews, and the ability to automatically publish from RSS feeds. Although there is no completely free option, you may try any of their membership options risk-free for a limited time.

Brand Mentions

The best tool for keeping tabs on social networking. They provide instantaneous updates whenever your brand is mentioned online. Engaging in online conversations about your business is a great way to keep tabs on the competition and manage your reputation. They’re a complete social networking, news, and blogging suite.


The social media channels you manage can benefit from the Social Listening and Social Insights features of this application. They use analytical reporting, predictive and prescriptive modelling, and automated dashboards. A Social Media Customer Service platform is also available.


Brandwatch is a comprehensive platform for managing your brand’s presence on social media. It includes tools for handling crises, managing brands, analysing competitors, and handling social media. They don’t provide a free plan, and you have to schedule a consultation to find out how much their paid plans cost. However, if your company has no more than two employees, you may be interested in the $108 per month Small Business Plan, which includes a free trial.

Social Pilot

An additional comprehensive social media marketing platform is Social Pilot. A number of useful features, including as a calendar, RSS feed posting, bulk uploads, and content curating, are available. A social inbox and analytics are also available, as are tools for managing clients and teams.


What you’re looking at is a platform for controlling your social media accounts. They have a ReQueue function, mass uploading capabilities, Social Templates, and predetermined posting times. With this function, you may schedule repeating promotions or campaigns and automatically republish your most popular pieces. In addition, they offer a neat ‘Headline Analyzer’ tool that grades your headlines from an SEO perspective.


Agorapulse is a platform for controlling and tracking your social media accounts. To name a few of its features, this tool allows for publication, a social media inbox, monitoring, and reporting. You can also calculate the return on investment (ROI) of your social media initiatives.

Sprout Social

Another top-tier SMM platform that provides interaction tools, publishing, listening, and analytics is Sprout Social. Price per user each month begins at $89 and a free trial is available for the first 30 days.


The social media analysis features of this software have made it popular. There’s also “Brand” management, and “Social Media” management is available. They provide calendaring, tools for interaction, media monitoring, social listening, and insights from customers.


Sprinklr is mostly known as a Customer Experience platform, but it also provides social media management. They contain features including content scheduling, analytics, and interaction. You can try it out for free, but you’ll have to get in touch with them to find out how much it costs.


Among other things, BuzzSumo is well-known for its ability to help you enhance your site’s readership and, in turn, traffic. In addition to surveillance, they also have access to information on their competitors.