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The ever best Social Media Marketing Tools by RDM that will give you Unfair Advantages in 2021

Is Social Media Marketing That Important?

Absolutely! It’s been one of the most cost-effective online marketing strategies for some time. Social media lets you grow your visibility and brand awareness without having to pay for it.

However, when it comes time to scale your social media campaigns, you need something extra. You simply can’t dominate social media without some important marketing tools in your arsenal.

Good social media tools help you find more content to share. Use them to schedule posts at the perfect time, as well as measure the effectiveness of your campaigns. What’s more, they give actionable insights you can use to improve your social presence.

Ready to find out which social media marketing tools are best for your business? Let’s dive right in.

Lead Generation Tools :-

1. OptinMonster

OptinMonster is a powerful lead generation tool that lets you engage visitors at exactly the right moment. It has a drag-and-drop template for building visually stunning lightboxes, popups, and landing pages that capture leads. Everything from growing your mailing list to recovering abandoned carts can be solved using OptinMonster’s amazing set of tools.
Ready to hear something really cool? OptinMonster can now be part of your social media marketing campaign. Simply use the new ChatBot element to connect to ManyChat. Once you’ve done that, you’re ready to share your best-performing optins over Facebook Messenger.

2. Audiense

Audiense is a social intelligence tool that allows you to discover new target audiences and segment them. Most importantly, it helps you understand your audience by telling you how they tick. Then, Audiense uses tracking and reports to help you optimize your audience engagement. Think of it as a tool for building relationships with customers.

3. Tweepi

Tweepi is a Twitter tool that helps you get more followers. First, it finds relevant users interested in your topic. Then you can engage those users by mentioning them in tweets, adding them to a list, or following them.

4. Social Bakers

Socialbakers is a suite of tools for making decisions based on your followers’ data. You can measure your performance versus competitors, then use those insights to improve your content.

This information is valuable when monetizing your campaigns. You can use it to budget more effectively, while also boosting customer acquisition, retention, and growth.

Security Tools :-

1. ZeroFox

ZeroFOX is a security tool that works with all popular social media platforms, as well as Slack, Google Play, and Apple’s App Store. It identifies and protects brands against hackers looking to take control of social media accounts.

But that’s not all. The platform also works to protect its clients’ social media reputations. They do this by removing offensive and intentionally disruptive content, eliminating impersonation profiles, and protecting followers against scammers. Think of ZeroFOX as a massive public relations tool that also has security features.

2. Last Pass***

LastPass isn’t designed specifically for social media, but it’s still a useful tool to have. That’s because LastPass saves your passwords in its encrypted password vault. Use it to create ultra-strong passwords for social media. We’re talking passwords with upper and lowercase letters, numbers, punctuation, and other random characters.

You unlock LastPass’ password vault using a master password. Once logged in, the app will automatically enter your login details every time you try to log into a social media site.

The benefit of using LastPass is that you only have to keep up with one password, the LastPass one. Meanwhile, you can create multiple strong passwords for all your social media sites.

Analytics Tools :-

1. Follower Wonk

Followerwonk is a tool exclusively for use with Twitter. It’s also one of the most in-depth and useful tools on this list. Followerwonk will help you analyze and optimize your Twitter audience. It does this by suggesting people for you to follow, ultimately helping you grow your base. If Twitter is part of your social media marketing campaign, this tool is a must-have.

2. Agora Pulse

Agora Pulse is a simple and affordable solution to social media management. It has all the basic scheduling and analytics features, and you can also run contests, quizzes, and promotions. It even allows you to see how your social media marketing campaign stacks up against your competitors. Want to give it a try? Take advantage of their free trial and see how you like it.

3. Crowd Booster

CrowdBooster delivers real-time data that you can access quickly. You can create reports measuring your key performance metrics, and even export them via graphs and tables. This information helps you adapt to your audience more effectively. It gives you suggestions for who to engage and how you can improve content.

4. Twitter Analytics

Twitter Analytics is a free tool that lets you measure the performance of your Twitter marketing campaign. Want to know if your tweets are getting enough likes, comments, and retweets? Twitter Analytics’ reports give you all that information and more. That way, you can look at how people interact with your content and adjust your campaign accordingly.

5. Facebook Analytics

Overall, Facebook Analytics works the same way as Twitter’s analytics tool. It looks at your content and how readers have interacted with it. Pretty simple stuff, right?

Yes and no. While both platforms serve the same purpose, Facebook’s reports are much more comprehensive than Twitter’s. Facebook Analytics doesn’t just show you how many people interacted with your content. It shows you who interacted with it and where.

Of course, this shouldn’t come as that big of a surprise. Facebook has more features than Twitter. Naturally, there’s more information to track.

And if you run a Facebook group, don’t forget to check that analytics data as well.

Content Creation Tools :-

1. Tailwind

Tailwind is a tool for creating content on Pinterest and Instagram. Use it with Pinterest to pin to multiple boards at once, bulk upload, and schedule posts. It comes with a drag-and-drop calendar that makes scheduling content easier than ever. If you want to give it a spin, you can try it out for free.

2. Revive Old Posts

Revive Old Posts lets you automatically share old posts to your social media accounts. This gives your users the chance to discover and engage with popular content from your site. Plus, it helps you keep your social media accounts active.

You can quickly and easily share posts, pages, media, and custom post types to Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, Pinterest, and Tumblr. And, Revive Old Posts adds hashtags from tags or categories automatically by fetching them from your post’s categories, tags, and even custom fields.

3. Buzz Sumo

BuzzSumo is one of the best tools we’ve found for discovering new and popular content on the web. With it, you can plug in a topic or a selection of keywords. From there, you’ll receive a breakdown of popular trending posts in those categories.

Want to see how content goes viral? BuzzSumo also gives you a list of influencers who share keyword-related content. Use this to research ideas for your content marketing campaign and to connect with top influencers in your industry.

4. Tag Board

Tagboard is a listening tool for researching social media content. All you have to do is plug in a term, topic, or hashtag, and you’ll see how that topic is discussed online. It’s an advanced way to monitor things like brand and product mentions, and how they relate to your marketing strategy. Moreover, you can use it for ideas when coming up with engaging content, especially as trends develop.

Graphic Tools :-

1. Visage

Every social media campaign needs optimized images. Visage is a tool that helps companies design social media graphics that are perfectly optimized for each platform. Visage’s graphics templates make it easy to manage your brand’s style and tone. That way, you can ensure consistency across all social platforms. And the editable designs allow you to collaborate with your team to update and remix graphics, with restrictions set by role.

2. Canva

Add Canva to the list of awesome free social media tools every marketer needs. It lets you create stunning images for your campaigns. Use it to jazz up your content so that more people like and share your posts.

Best of all, you don’t have to be a graphic designer to use Canva. It comes with loads of ready-made templates and cool graphics you can use. This means you can create an attention-grabbing featured photo in minutes.

3. Animoto

Animoto is a tool that makes professional-quality videos for marketers on social media. As such, it’s great for creating viral or engaging content. It comes with storyboard templates and a drag-and-drop design that simple and easy to use. You don’t have to use the templates, of course. If you want to get creative, use Animoto’s blank canvas and create a marketing video from scratch.

Monitor & Sharing Tools :-

1. Sprout Social

Sprout Social is an all-in-one social media marketing tool to help managers better control their efforts. It features multi-level access which makes it easy for managers to coordinate and delegate tasks to team members.

Sprout Social also comes with full post scheduling capabilities, a detailed analytics platform, and even a social listening tool. All of this is helpful for optimizing content and understanding how different demographics interact on social media.

2. Social Oomph

When you first look at SocialOomph, it may seem simpler than some of the other apps on this list. But its SocialOomph’s functionality that makes it a keeper. That’s because SocialOomph makes it easy to upload multiple posts at once, then schedule when each post gets published. You have full control over when and where your content goes live, and you can even manage multiple platforms at once.

But wait, there’s more. SocialOomph also offers intuitive follower analysis features and tools for improving audience engagement. Not too shabby, right?

3. Brand 24

Brand24 gives you insight into what people are saying online about your brand. With this tool, you have instant access to mentions of your brand anywhere on the web, including on social media and popular publishers. You can also identify the people with the most social influence, and segment your mentions by positive, negative, or neutral mentions.

Content Curation Tools :-

1. Buffer

The Buffer social media marketing tool is one of the most recognized tools in the industry. With it, you can schedule any type of post across any platform you want. You can even choose when to automate posts, such as “every day” or “weekdays.” Even better, you can use its follow-up tool to evaluate past posts, seeing which were most effective and why.

2. MeetEdgar

MeetEdgar is a social media scheduling tool that allows you to recycle old posts. All you have to do is organize your posts by category and schedule your content. After that, Edgar goes through your queue and uploads content from each category. Once it’s gone through all your scheduled posts, it’ll start recycling older updates.

3. HootSuite

Hootsuite is a simple but powerful tool for the average social media marketer. You can use Hootsuite to schedule posts in advance on a number of different social platforms. Its analytics tool lets you measure content engagement, so you understand how your campaign is performing.

Popular for its free social media tools, Hootsuite also has a relatively inexpensive paid option for businesses.

4. EveryPost

Everypost makes it easy to curate content all from one place. It does this by pulling together relevant multimedia from YouTube, Instagram, Flickr, RSS feeds, and more. Then, you can schedule your posts and customize them for the audience on each social platform. That way, you maximize the effectiveness of each and every post.

5. Social Flow

SocialFlow allows you to schedule your posts based on when your audience is active and engaging in real-time. All you have to do is upload your content to the queue. From there, SocialFlow uses real-time data it collects to determine which posts to publish and when. It really takes all the guesswork out of social media.