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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 127078 29-Jul-2013 13:47
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I am wondering what software is out there to monitor social media - I want to monitor a facebook page that I am an administrator of but I didn't create (it's not set up under my name originally). I also want to monitor twitter, pinterest and blog to collect stats etc.  I tried hootsuite but I found that it only appeared to be able to monitor my facebook personal newsfeed not the actual I'm administrator of.

I want to be able to save some time gathering statistics, schedule posts all from the one place etc.

Any help is much appreciated.

Thank you.


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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 873938 8-Aug-2013 15:32
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Try sproutsocial. It can help you monitor , help businesses find new customers & grow their social media presence.

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  Reply # 874039 8-Aug-2013 18:02
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Hootsuite is quite good for a paid service.

Seesmic is also quite powerful and widely used due to it being free.


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  Reply # 874063 8-Aug-2013 18:25
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BinaryLimited: Hootsuite is quite good for a paid service.

Seesmic is also quite powerful and widely used due to it being free.

Hootsuite has bought Seesmic therefore, it is basically Hootsuite now..

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  Reply # 874068 8-Aug-2013 18:28
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Interesting! never knew they sold out, seesmic was quite good!

try mention, been on a trial with them...seems cool and effective :

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