AgoraPulse – Inbox Zero for Social Media

AgoraPulse-Friday Favourites with Richard Tubb

AgoraPulse - Inbox Zero for Social Media ManagementEvery Friday I share one of my favourite finds of the week — a website, tool or an app that has impressed me.

My Friday Favourite this week is AgoraPulse – Inbox Zero for Social Media.

What is it?

AgoraPulse is a social media management tool.

How can it help me?

I’ve written before about how to manage e-mail overload, but how do you manage social media overload?

AgoraPulse has become my new social media management tool of choice because it allows me to manage all my social media platforms more effectively than any other tool I’ve tried.

For me, I regularly need to sweep Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn. That’s a lot of social platforms to stay up to date on and a lot of inboxes to manage.

AgoraPulse brings the Inbox Zero philosophy to Social Media management. It offers a social inbox to catch every conversation.

Once you’ve replied to a conversation, AgoraPulse ticks it off and moves it out of your inbox. This enables you to batch process social media management and reduce the amount of time it takes to respond to messages.

AgoraPulse also offers some great scheduling tools, strong reporting, and a built-in CRM to help you manage and track followers across all the social platforms.

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How much does it cost?

AgoraPulse starts at £79 per month.

You can trial it for 28-days for free.

How can I get it?

AgoraPulseVisit the AgoraPulse homepage to find out more.

You can also follow @AgoraPulse on Twitter or visit the AgoraPulse Facebook page.

Thanks to Andrew & Pete for introducing me to AgoraPulse, and Mike Allton for expertly helping me on-board with it.

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