Running a business using different social media platforms can be overwhelming sometimes. There are so many changes happening in social media now with new platforms being established. This happens especially if you are aiming to reach the ideal target audience at the right time.

 

Thankfully software companies have provided a solution to this problem. They have developed social media scheduling tools to help business owners and social media managers in keeping their audience up-to-date.

 

So, what is social media scheduler?

 

 It is a tool used to plan, organize, and schedule posts or updates even when you are offline. This is a huge help to business owners who are most of the time on the road and find it hard to post updates because of potentially lack of time or different time zones with consumers. Moreover, it helps maximise organic reach by scheduling the post at the time that your target audiences are online. With this tool, you won’t compromise your time to rest and your workflow. It keeps your newsfeed looking clean and well-organized as well. It’s all because you have it planned and structured ahead of time

 

Most social media scheduling tools have all-in-one features. This means it does not limit you to schedule the publishing of your posts and updates but it also has features that could monitor the stats and manage customer interactions across different platforms in a single post. This way, you can also track which post received good impressions and which ones need to be improved. Imagine how helpful it can be.

Now that you know how great social media scheduling can be, your next step is to find which tool is the right one for your business. Of course, it would be based on the platforms that you have signed up for your business page. Some tools have free and paid versions. As we all know, the free version allows you to work on scheduling your content with limited accessibility compared to paid ones. The social media giant, Facebook, is always the first when it comes to the latest in social media scheduling. The Facebook “publishing tool“ is already available for business pages, allowing page admins and moderators to schedule posts in the future. Since Instagram is owned by Facebook, the scheduled post feature can be linked to an Instagram page as well.

 

 

The social media tool Canva also released the latest feature on scheduling social media posts. This is good news to Canva users as they don’t have to download their artistic layouts on other social media scheduling platforms. Canva’s social media scheduling tools support Facebook pages, Twitter, LinkedIn, Slack, Pinterest, Weibo, and Tumblr.

 

Here are some other social media scheduling tools available that you may try for your business pages:

         Platforms: Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest.

 

         Platforms: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, GMB, Pinterest, and TikTok.

 

         Platforms: focused on Twitter.

 

         Platforms: Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, LinkedIn, Foursquare, WordPress, MySpace , Mixi,         Tumblr, and YouTube.

 

      Platforms: Twitter, Facebook (for both profile, business page, and groups), LinkedIn (profile, business page), Google+ (business page), and Pinterest.

 

         Platforms: Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, and Instagram.

 

         Platforms: Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, GMB, and YouTube.

 

         Platforms: Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, YouTube

 

         Platforms: LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram (through Mobile Application), and Pinterest.

 

         Platforms: Instagram, Pinterest, Facebook, Twitter.

 

This is just some of the scheduling tools available online. To save yourself from all the hassle, you may sign up by clicking the name of each tool above. If you have trouble signing-up with any of these social media scheduling tools, or you find social media managing too much of a hassle, we can help you.

 

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