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14 Social Media Tools Used by Marketing Pros : Social Media Examiner

14 Social Media Tools Used by Marketing Pros : Social Media Examiner
Are you looking for social media tools to get more out of your marketing? Are you wondering what tools marketing pros are using successfully? We asked fourteen well-known marketers to share the latest social media tools they’ve been using. Discover how you can use these tools to help you to get more out of your social media marketing. #1: Mention Todd Wheatland Mention was developed as a user-friendly replacement for Google Alerts. As well as being an absolute joy to use, it captures so many more, ahem, ‘mentions’ online than any other platform I’ve used that it’s become my #1 go-to social mention reference tool. There are many clever things behind the way Mention is set up. Mention provides clean and simple functionality. Apart from doing a fantastic job of identifying online mentions, some of my favorite features are: You can see how many online mentions you have in the left-hand column. Todd Wheatland, head of thought leadership at Kelly Services. #2: Addvocate Jay Baer #3: Swayy Jamie Turner 1.

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