Thursday, September 8, 2011

6 Tools to help Monitor your Social Media Presence in a snap!

You dont need to spend countless hours monitoring your Social Media Presence.  Below are 5 tools that you can use while drinking your morning coffee and work into your daily online marketing routine.  

But if you don't have time to digest and monitor all this data, you can always hire me to do it for you!!!

1)Nutshell Mail- from Constant Contact.  Lets you track your brand or brands social media activity and will deliver it to your inbox when you want it. It also let you respond to a comment, follow or unfollow  connection on Twitter 

2)Google Alerts- Check  for your company name, products, executives or brand terms. To set this up, enter your search terms in a Google Alert and select to receive updates as they happen or once daily. Now, when people blog about your products, an alert will be sent to your inbox. You can read the articles, respond or forward to a client or college right away! 

3) Facebook Status-Visit your Fan Page's Facebook Insights. This can be found under the page's main photo if you are an admin for your page. Scan your active users and interaction stats. Check out your wall posts or new discussions if you have them enabled for your page.

4) Twitter-Check Twitter for chatter about your company : Use tools like Hoot SuiteTweetDeck orTwitter Search to monitor conversations about your company. Make sure to check your mentions and follow back any new followers. For an added bonus you could also do a shout out to your new followers and participate in #FF (Follow Friday) to build your following 

5) LinkedIn  Search for questions and answers on LinkedIn that you or members of your company can answer.  Participating in conversation of groups generates awareness that will help you become a noticed leader or expert in your field.

6) Google Reader: Use Google Reader to check Flickr, Digg and others. You can also set up a RSS Feed to search for company name, industry terms, competitors and anything else that might be relevant to your brand.

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