Sometimes we all need a way to make things simpler. Perhaps your social media strategy is taking too much of your time, or maybe you’d simply rather be doing something else.

But with today’s modern technology and our focus on having an automated system complete our tasks, it’s not surprising that there are plenty of highly functional social media management apps out there that can help you implement and maintain your strategy. Here are our picks!

1. HootSuite

If you’re using multiple platforms to promote yourself on social media, HootSuite is for you. You’ll be able to view and update your Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram and more, all from one clearly laid out dashboard!

Post updates, follow new users, respond to messages and simply get things done in no time, leaving you with more freedom to dedicate to your work!

2. Pagemodo 

Running a successful social media account isn’t just about good content – you’ll also need to ensure the visuals on your page are great too!

With Pagemodo, you can create all the fully customised visuals to help your page stand out, as well as being able to easily create extras such as fully customised additional tabs or even contests!

You can also use it to add fun or promotional stickers to your existing photos, which is especially useful if you’re running a sale or a specific campaign.

3. Crowdfire

Most social media marketer will be aware of the importance of keeping your follow / following ratio at a healthy balance, but it can be time-consuming to review and unfollow several accounts.

With Crowdfire, you’ll be able to see who’s following you, who doesn’t follow you back and more to help you keep your lists fresh.

Plus, you’ll be able to access lists of users who follow Twitter accounts of your choice – a helpful tool for finding potential consumers who may be interested in what you have to offer.

4. SocialFlow

SocialFlow is a platform that allows you to optimise your social media for success, using click data and algorithms to ensure your posts are delivered effectively to your audience.

It also lets you view your key metrics such as click-through rates, giving you a clearer idea which of your posts have been a success.

5. Buffer 

Buffer is a social media post scheduling app that will ensure your content is posted even when you can’t get to your computer or device.

Set up posts in advance to ensure they’re broadcast at your selected time, or, set it up to share any page from around the web that your audience may appreciate, helping you gain recognition as an industry icon.

By using these apps, plenty of the work will be removed – making your social media strategy easier than ever to handle.

Have you used any of these apps? Let us know what you thought of them in the comments section below! 

Or, if you’re new to their ideas, will you be considering using them in the future? We’d love to hear your plans!