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9 Hootsuite Alternatives to Manage Your Social Media Accounts

Hootsuite is the number one option when it comes to social media management tool. The tool has been widely-used by social media agencies and internet marketers who responsible of handling multiple social media accounts. Things you can do with Hootsuite amongst other are create scheduled posts, post to multiple accounts at once and perform an analysis. Hootsuite is one of the best tools to manage your social media accounts.

However, it doesn’t mean that Hootsuite has no crack. Despite its useful features and capabilities, you may find that Hootsuite doesn’t suit your need. If so, you need another alternatives and this article will show the list of Hootsuite alternatives.

Regardless of how you will use a social media management tool, whether for business or personal use, following is the list Hootsuite alternatives you can use.

1. Buffer

Buffer is another social media management tools with great features and capabilities. It is one of the best Hootsuite alternatives. You can use Buffer to manage a wide range of social media platforms from Twitter, Facebook, Google+, Instagram, LinkedIn to Pinterest. The analytics features allows you to keep an eye of the social media performance you are handling. Is it free?

Same as Hootsuite, Buffer also uses the freemium business model. Meaning that you can use it for free, but with fewer features and capabilities. Free version of Buffer can only manage maximum of three social media accounts. Each account can create 10 scheduled posts. Buffer also allows you to add your team members, but you need to upgrade your free account to do so.

2. MeetEdgar

MeetEdgar is a premium tool that doesn’t offer free version at all. But, you have a chance to try it out by taking advantage of the offered trial period. Unlike Hootsuite and Buffer which offer a bunch of packages, MeetEdgar offers only a single package which costs $49.00 per month. Currently, MeetEdgar only supports three social media platforms: Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn. In MeetEdgar you can add as many contents as you want and save them to library. How many social media accounts to can manage with MeetEdgar? 25 accounts.

3. Iconosquare

Iconosquare is a nice tool if Instagram becomes your focus although it also supports Facebook. You can use Iconosquare as a centered tool to manage the Instagram comments on your accounts. You can track and moderate comments on all your latest posts. You can also create scheduled Instagram posts with this tool. Furthermore, this tool also allows you to look for best influencer for your business. One thing, Iconosquare is a fully paid tool like MeetEdgar. The cheapest package offered by this tool costs $9/month which is aimed at home business, influences and solopreneurs. There is a 14-day free trial you can take advantage of to try how cool this tool is.

4. SocialOomph

SocialOomph doesn’t have a pretty-looking interface, but it is capable enough of managing your social media account, Twitter in particular. You can also manage other social media accounts on platforms like Facebook and LinkedIn, but you will be asked to upgrade your free account to do so. Free version of SocialOoomph can only be used to manage Twitter accounts. If you need a tool to automatically follow back the ones who followed your Twitter account, SocialOomph is the tool. SocialOomph itself is an old enough player in social media management tool market. The tool has been around since 2008, before Instagram and Google+ emerged.

5. Everypost

The interface of Everypost is a bit similar to Buffer. It is also one of the best Hootsuite alternatives you can use to manage a wide range of social media platforms. At the time of writing, Everypost can only be used to manage accounts on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. This tool also uses the freemium business model with free version can be used to create 10 scheduled posts. The analytics feature of Everypost is in a development and hasn’t open yet. So, in the meantime, you won’t be able to check your social media performance yet.

6. Sprout Social

Sprout Social is also a great alternative to replace Hootsuite. It’s just, this tool is likely to ideal for agency firms instead of personal. It doesn’t offer free version at all. Sprout Social is a powerful tool to get the most out social media. In addition to basic features like scheduling, this tool also features an advanced analytics. Additionally, it also has a tasking and social CRM toolset. Sprout Social is a great tool to work collaboratively with your team. The social media platforms you can manage with this tool are Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and Google+. You have a 30-day trial period to try Sprout Social.

7. SocialPilot

The name of SocialPilot might not as popular as, for instance, Sprout Social. But, it is also powerful social media management tool you can use on your social media agency. You can also set this tool as a collaboration tool to manage social media accounts collaboratively with your team members. In addition to basic features like analytics and scheduling, SocialPilot also comes with such features as client management and content curation. SocialPilot itself is also a fully paid tool with the cheapest package costs $10 per month. The social media platforms that are supported by SocialPilot are Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, Pinterest, Instagram and Tumblr.

8. Tailwind

If you are a photographer who use Instagram and Pinterest to build you personal brand and show your existence, Tailwind is probably the social media management tool you are looking for. This tool is built specifically for those two image-based social mdia platforms. You can use this tool to create scheduled Instagram and Pinterest posts. Also, you can monitor the performance of the images you have posted. Tailwind also enables you to add collaborators so that you can work together with your team if you have one. Tailwind itself is a freemium tool.

9. TweetDeck

TweetDeck once became the best unofficial Twitter client app until Twitter bought it in 2011. After got bought by Twitter, TweetDeck has experienced some changes. Previously, you can also use this tool to schedule Facebook posts. But today, the use of TweetDeck is limited only for Twitter. TweetDeck is one of the best tools to schedule tweets. And it is totally free. You can also add collaborators to work with you. TweetDeck can be used to manage multiple Twitter accounts. No analytics feature is offered by this tool.

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