5 Best Tools for Social Media Management

Social media management isn’t easy. It’s hard to stay completely organised when there are so many social media channels you must keep track of, so many updates you must post, a lot of content to create … Becoming totally organised, productive and efficient requires some initial work, but it can be done. So save yourself some time and nerves with these 5 awesome tools that will help you combat that unorganised mess and make social media management a great and effective thing to do.

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Instagram: Hashtags in comments

So, what’s the deal with hashtags in a comment? Why do brands and users do that? Is there a reason behind it? These are some questions that might be bugging you and you’re not the only one. Here’s a short explanation on why and which occasions should you post hashtags in a comment.

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Instagram marketing: Professional or amateur photos?

Instagram is a must-do social media network for pretty much most brands. It’s an image-first network focusing on enabling establishment of great relationships with your followers. But when it comes to images, the question always is: “Should I use professional photos or amateur photos, taken with my phone?” What do you do?

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Hashtags on Instagram: How many should you use?

So you are just about to post this amazing photo on Instagram you’ve prepared. Everything looks great, but you end up wondering: “Should I include some hashtags or not? What hashtags should I use? And how many?” Here’s some good news – you’ll never have to wonder about this ever again. Here are the answers.

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Instagram is presenting a new set of tools for the app

It’s been a long time since Instagram released a bigger update of the app. And since Twitter, Pinterest and Facebook were recently updating big, they didn’t want to be left behind. So they did it and brought us a new set of creative tools with the ability to adjust brightness, contrast, saturation, warmth and more. But is giving people more options a good idea or that just means the app will get more complicated for the end user?

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