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Social media marketing is an essential part of making sure your business gets its message across effectively and that customers’ concerns are dealt with. Covering the many different social media outlets available though can really stretch your resources but there are lots of social media marketing applications to help you keep on top of things.
Mobile devices make it easier than ever to market your business and respond to customer demands and requests on the move 24/7. That’s why we’ve looked at the some top social media apps for iPad which can automate effective social media marketing tasks.
These cloud-based social media marketing tools, will help keep track of what, where, and how your brand is being talked about online. They’ll also ensure that you’re able to keep abreast of interactions with customers and clients to effectively market your business.
Here are 5 top social media marketing apps for iPad to make sure you’re always on top of your social media presence.
Failure to market your business properly can cost you dearly in the modern world, so it’s essential that you get it right. Nowadays, mobile technology lets you manage your marketing campaigns on your iPad, allowing you to respond to customer and lead’s needs and demands 24-7. There are some great marketing automation apps for iPad that can automate and supercharge your marketing efforts so that your business stands out from the crowd.
Marketing automation software for iPad can streamline marketing processes and operations, and enables you to monitor your efforts more closely at any time of day. What’s more, most marketing software for iPad is cloud-based, meaning you can manage your campaigns not just from your Apple tablet, but from any computer or device around the world.
iOS users also expect their software to not just work well but look good too so we’ve picked out some of the best marketing automation apps for iPad which will not only enhance your marketing efforts but are great fun to use too. All of these iPad marketing automation apps are free to download but require a subscription to the cloud service in order to run. Thankfully, most have free trials so you can give them a spin before you make your decision to purchase or not.
Twitter applications aren’t the most difficult ones to find on the App Store, but most people either stick to the official application or popular ones, such as Tweetbot or Twitterrific. There are, however, a certain number of alternative apps that can suit some people better. Examples include clients like Osfoora HD and Echofon, but also TweetCaster, a full-featured iOS Twitter application few people know about.
There was a time when Twitter was a breeding ground for gorgeous user interfaces and great developers. Since Twitter introduced its new API last year, this has changed. A lot of developers are moving. That being said, some developers continue to embrace and improve the platform. The Iconfactory is one of those developers that, despite Twitter’s apocalyptic approach with token limits, continues to update their app and improve it.
With Twitterrific, the entire app gets a whole new (and vastly improved) look. It’s a Twitter app that’s better than the standard Twitter app by leaps and bounds, but also completely different from the rest of the competition. Less mechanical than Tweetbot and more fun than any of the others, Twitterrific is its own beast and well worth exploring. (more…)
App.net is rapidly evolving from an ambitious concept into a flourishing reality. User registrations have exceeded the 25,000 mark, and the addition of Netbot, by Tapbots, to the App.net lineup lead to a boom in new user registrations.
AppNet Rhino was the first App.net iOS client to make it into the hands of users, but its lack of features resulted in a less-than-stellar experience. It’s hard to scoff at a free application, but App.net users are a technologically savvy bunch, and other free apps were trumping Rhino in both style and functionality. The AppNet Rhino team acknowledged this feature gap with an impressive update, which also made Rhino one of two App.net iPad clients currently available. Let’s take a look at this new iPad version, and examine just how well it holds up against the Tapbots juggernaut. (more…)
Many of us use Facebook for talking to friends, reconnecting with family, and doing our best to avoid stalking our ex’s profile. Since the day the iPad was launched, Facebook users had three options: use the iPhone app in a horribly pixelated 2x view, visit the site with Safari, or download a third-party application. All were less than ideal, and many users have been clamoring for a native iPad app for some time.
It’s here, and we’ve got the full review below.
If you are hungry for knowledge, there has never been an era like this one to quench your thirst for information.
From the obvious to the obscure, the sheer volume of information available online is just mind blowing. Thanks to the concepts of longtail and cheap distribution, every topic under the sun is comprehensively covered.
But, is it easy to discover, read, and assimilate all of this information?
Yes and no. Social media has made discovery extremely simple, but the problem of reading news sources from a social media client can be cumbersome. That’s where apps like Pulse jump in to fill the void.
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