Home Jon Loomer Digital: For Advanced Facebook Marketers Our Social Media Tools Directory Has Launched We are so excited to announce the launch of our Social Media Tools Directory! This is a categorized listing of social-media tools with a comprehensive search facility. Find social media management tools, social media monitoring tools, social media analytics tools and much more. It is the most comprehensive social media tools directory that is available anywhere globally and it will get bigger and better every day. It’s Big News For You and Also For Us When we launched RazorSocial two years ago, we were completely unknown and, for the first few months, we struggled to get attention. But, by owning the social media tool niche, we quickly stood out. Last year, we hit a big milestone: we had over 1,000,000 visitors to our website. This year, our focus is taking RazorSocial to the next level and the tools directory is a big step towards that. If you’re looking for a social media tool from now why don’t you Ask Razorsocial! Our Tools Directory is launched What Categories of Tools Are in the Directory?
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