#PR Tips: 5 Favorite Social Media Tools

6 Dec

With all of the technology we have today, it’s no wonder that there are so many different social media tools out there for professionals to utilize. Many of them, like Facebook and LinkedIn are sites that most people are taking advantage of. However, there are many different, lesser-known social media tools that can be just as useful. These five are really awesome:

1. SiteTrail.com. Want to gain an advantage over your business competition? This website is a great way to track their performance for free. It’s very easy to understand and it can be used in two different ways.  Site Trail lets users create a stream of their favorite websites, giving “trailers” the option to filter out what they don’t like. Site Trail also searches for as much information as it possibly can about any given website or domain name, then it compiles easy to understand reports that are accurate down to the number. It’s a great and easy way to keep tabs on all of your frequently-visited websites.

2. Panabee.com. Looking for a creative, unused domain name for your website? Panabee doesn’t only check domain names, it’s unique in that it also helps you brainstorm for new names, depending on the topic of your search. It gives you options like translations, phonetic variations, related terms, and more to help you choose the domain name to best suit your needs.

3. FBSearch.us. Are you one of the few people who don’t have a Facebook account? Not to worry! Facebook search is a great tool that lets you check out all of the public information on Facebook, without having to create a new account. It makes public posts, photos, profiles, events, and groups available to those without accounts. It’s a great way to stay connected.

4. Conversocial.com. Are you a brand looking to manage your customer service on a large scale? Conversocial lets you connect with your customers, collaborate with others, and control your access all at once, while helping you manage your customer service through social media sites, like Facebook and Twitter. It’s a great way to get maximum reach for your updates and deal with responses efficiently.

5. Lubith.com. Want an easy way to create a unique looking WordPress? Look no further, Lubith generates creative WordPress themes and takes you through a step-by-step tutorial on how to install them into your page. It also allows you to edit the themes they’ve already generated, in order for you to get the most satisfaction out of their services. It can save you time and money, and it’s so easy to use!

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