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Best Facebook managing tool?



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Best Facebook managing tool?

Hey everybody,

I am currently not using any Facebook managing tools but I've recently opened up another account for a small project that I'm doing and now I'm struggling to juggle all of the Facebook accounts that I have in total - three. I am curious if you guys know of any good Facebook managing tools that would help me out and save me some time?

I'm mainly interested in auto posting, auto responding and tracking. Thank you in advance!

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DarthHazard

The best tool will depend on whether you are prepared to pay a monthly fee or if you are looking at a free managing tool for your Facebook page. HootSuite and AgoraPulse are good social media management tools if you are willing to pay a monthly/annual price. I'm not sure about HootSuite but Agora is quite pricey for what it is. Both allow you to schedule posts. But if you want a free tool, HootSuite also offer a free plan.




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overcast

I assume you're referring to the page and the group management? In that case there are plenty of options. And you can see that hootesuite and buffer are into this type of management options. I have also tried MeetEdgar. That too too works fine with that management options. Dlvr.it is another site that is also going to be an option. most of these tools are paid. So you may have to adjust with that part. Because nothing is free these days with such type of sites. So it depends on how you choose to go about with such projects.




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DarthHazard

That's the problem nowadays to be fair. They know that there is a market for it so they are charging for these tools and management systems. But there are free plans and tools out there for this type of thing. The only problem, unfortunately, is that these free plans and tools are obviously not as good as the paid ones.




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overcast

I think it's fair to pay for the services. I want to be professional. And not some freebie chaser. So I am fine with they charging money for it. After all everyone has to pay the bills. So they need to give the service paid plans. And that's totally fine by me. I hope to choose better plans with dlvr.it or maybe buffer.




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augusta

I think for those listed Job you need done you can try hootsuit. That is what I use,it will help track all your activities and give you real time report. I think other ones like mentiones and the rest are also good but I think hootsuit is the best for me.




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overcast

Yes the reporting feature and tracking of content is good. Also for paid plans it can keep an eye on the discussion on your content. So you can pay attention to that part too. You just have to work on the content part and rest is just automaation. You can use the free plans. But after some time you exhaust the limits so that where the paid plan comes in. Also plans are cheap.




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Authord

Well, it might cost you some few bucks, I recommend Agora unlike many of the other Facebook management tools, Agora pulse allows you to run and optimize your content from its application. Moreover, with a user-friendly interface which allows you to get friendly with the app, a Facebook page barometer to rank your Facebook page with its competitors, and a timeline contest manager to run contests on your timelines for greater engagement, Agora Pulse deserves your attention.




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Barida

Agora is a nice facebook management tool. I've seen some pals that use it as well in running some pages on facebook and I must confess that it's an amazing tool with an easy to use guideline.




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rj02jogoy

While most Facebook Ad Management tools/software offer a free demo or trial, none of them I know of are actually free. Pricing for these types of tools range from $49.00 a month to several thousand dollars a month. Alternativley rather then a flat monthly fee pricing is also often a percentage of ad spend - in which case there is typically with a minimum monthly ad spend requirement. Here is a list of the top 10 Facebook Ad Management tools (updated for 2015), where you can compare prices, read/write write reviews, and learn more about these solutions: Facebook Ad Management Software Reviewed | User Reviews > Top Rated




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kgord

You might want to experiment with the free tools first to see how they work for you before paying out big money for a subscription to paid tools. 49.00 a month would be a lot of money for me to pay, I just would rather use free tools unless I am really certain that paid tools would work.




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Barida

One thing I've come to realize is that it simply depends on the type of business or services the person invloved is offerring on facebook. It's not a big money if they could get more than that through sales and all that.




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kgord

That is a big if, that is why I think you need to experiment a bit and see how they work for you before committing to an ongoing payment. This would be at least how I would approach it anyway. Other people can do as they feel comfortable.




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Corzhens

I am also looking for tools in managing a Facebook account as part of my study for marketing. It is always Facebook as my bet for marketing because my reason is the free use of Facebook like creating a Facebook Page or Facebook Group. But I understand that your account can be suspended if there is an abuse like spreading fake news or trolling the followers of your page or group.




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