Top 5 Popular Social Media Tools for Entrepreneurs 2019

In this age of social media marketing, entrepreneurs should consider themselves blessed since they have so many more avenues for reaching out to customers and promoting their products and services. A host of social media tools are also available that enable an entrepreneur to market his offerings.

1.Evernote 

As an entrepreneur, you eat, breathe, and dream your business. An idea can occur at any time. Evernote helps you keep track of these ideas by organizing your notes. You can also share files and photos. It helps you remember what’s important in your list of things to do.

2.Hootsuite

This  social media tools is literally a virtual personal assistant. With it, you can manage the latest updates from your company – ranging from product releases, marketing campaigns, advertisements, news and pictures related to business, promotions and more through an automated process and instant feeds.

3.Heyo

Heyo is a Facebook tool, which helps businesses to sell their products and services on their Facebook page through promotional messages, video-sharing, and links to products and services. Customers can buy directly on Facebook, so you don’t lose out on a single sale. You can use Heyo to create contests, special promotions, and deals. No HTML knowledge is required since there are drag-and-drop templates to make app creation easier.

Schemes start at $25 per month. There is also a free 7-day trial.

4.Local Vox

This is a solution to all your internet marketing needs. With it, you can manage your website, Facebook and Twitter, publish deals and announcements, business updates and email-newsletters, all from a single platform and a simple click. You can also check your business ratings and reviews on popular sites like Yelp or TripAdvisor. When it comes to promotions and brand building activities, Local Vox takes care of it all.

5.Woobox

Woobox is a popular social media tools provider used by 2 million brands.  Its suite of Facebook apps include deals, polls coupons, video contests and more — 15 in all. Three of its apps are for Pinterest and Instagram. It has both free and paid plans. Pricing is based on the number of Facebook fans a company has on its page and start at $1.00 per month.

You can pick and choose the app that suits you best to carry on your promotional activities and organize your social media calendar.

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