The WINNER of the social media management tool!

Our Sage Business Expert Lilach Bullock discusses the social media tools that are available to help you and your business. Choosing which social media tools to use can often be as hard of a decision as deciding what to post on social media sometimes.There is an abundance of tools out there with often at first glance similar functions and abilities so deciding which one is best for your needs can be a challenge to say the least.

The infographic below created by Ian Anderson Gray and G2 Crowd details the four best social media management tools in their opinion based on; user satisfaction, product direction, how easy it is to learn, user experience, and the level of support amongst other things.

When it comes to choosing tools to manage your social media you need to decide which factors are most important to you when it comes to managing your social media marketing. Whatever your influences are the infographic makes for interesting reading and may cause you to rethink which tool is best for your social media management marketing.

We’d love to know which is your favourite tool so please do leave a comment and let us know why!

 

The Top 4 Rated Social Media Management Tools of 2015 Infographic brought to you by Seriously Social and G2 Crowd

Why not take a look at our free Social Media guide for small business, or peruse or marketing advice section for practical tips on gaining more customers on-line and face to face.

 

 

Lilach Bullock

Lilach Bullock

Highly regarded on the world speaker circuit, Lilach Bullock has graced Forbes and 10 Downing Street with her presence. Listed in Forbes as one of the top 20 women social media power influencers, and crowned the Social Influencer of Europe by Oracle, she is one of the most dynamic personalities in the social media market. Lilach received a Global Women Champions Award for her outstanding contribution and leadership in business and is regularly quoted in newspapers, business publications and marketing magazines including The Telegraph, Wired and The Sunday Times.