8 Social Media Tools in Beta – Q4 Report by Ian Cleary

The last time I mentioned an article from RazorSocial, I brought to you the 7 Terrific Time Saving Social Media Automation Tools that you have to use! (didn’t see it? there you go). As I mentioned, some of those popular tools are good but can be even better when you subscribe to a paid version. I also mentioned that, nevertheless, even with the free versions you still can get a lot of things done, so it’s always worth a try.

However, today I’m bringing to you another article from one of RazorSocial’s founders, Ian Cleary, about some more tools – but this time, new and emerging ones, that are still in beta! Ian begins by stating:

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Each quarter we take a look at new Social Media Tools that look promising that we like to report on.  So here’s the latest 8 social media tools currently in beta that we think are worth tracking.

Note:  When tools are in beta some won’t get the funding and some won’t deliver a super high quality full release but let’s track the following.

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Take a look at the list, right here. Do you happen to know any other emerging tools? Let me know in the comments below 🙂

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7 Terrific Time Saving Social Media Automation Tools that you have to use! by RazorSocial

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As Ian Cleary once said to me (Remember Ian? No? Then this time you definitely have to check out his site, RazorSocial.com), it is really great to get a little help from automation tools but that’s it – it will not help you build relationships, because those can’t be automated! (unless, say I, you are a human robot who runs on SEO algorithms and such of the sort, but I find that rather unlikely)

However, nowadays, you have a fair share of tools to help you cope with your online presence. They can help you keep on delivering great content to your followers on a persistent basis and, to name only a few, there’s Buffer, TweetDeck, HootSuite, SeesmicSocialOomph… I could go on like this forever.

Nevertheless, as you might have already guessed or known, many of those apps are only really great in case you happen to subscribe to a paid version. I, myself, have already tried some of them, but we never really got to 2nd base because I wasn’t really interested in paying for a subscription… so I kept on hopping from app to app, tryin’ the free versions as I go and even without going premium there’s a lot of stuff that you can get done with this little fellas.

So, I am now sharing with you an article by Ian Cleary, featured in RazorSocial.com, called: 7 Terrific Time Saving Social Media Automation Tools that you have to use!

Hope you enjoy it 🙂 Do you happen to use any of these tools? What do you thing about them?

Thanks for stopping by!

The 2013 Social Media Landscape [Infographic] – Brian Solis

In the words of social media expert, Ian Cleary, Social media can be so frustrating because you don’t have enough time to complete all the tasks. He said that on an article regarding a list of great social media automation tools (I’ll get to that eventually, too! but before I do, lay your eyes on his fantastic site RazorSocial.com, they really post some powerful stuff up there!).

But apart from that, leaving the whole what to do question and focusing more on where to be problem, you will also find a vast amount of new networks that happen to be born almost on a daily basis. Going back to an author that was already curated here, Brian Solis has been developing (and sharing!) a powerfull infographic called The Conversation Prism. It really speaks for itself but, quoting Solis:

For those unfamiliar with The Conversation Prism, it is an evolving infographic that captures the state of social media, organized by how important social networks are used by professional and everyday consumers.

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Sharing really is caring. Take a look at it, right here: The 2013 Social Media Landscape [Infographic] – Brian Solis