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All about social media monitoring

Discussion in 'Social Media, SEO/SEM & Online Marketing' started by Lace, Jan 10, 2013.

  1. Lace

    Lace Retired Moderator

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    It’s easy to spend endless hours on social media and plow through hundreds of updates. But what should businesses make out of all the info available on the social web? These posts, tweets, etc .could come from several sources including your buyers and competitors.

    To start off this thread, here are 5 social media monitoring tools that are worth your time:
    1. Google Alerts
    2. Hootsuite
    3. Hyper Alerts
    4. Twilert
    5. Netvibes

    This list comes from our newest guest blogger and the guy behind The Digital Post, Jose. Check out the full post here: http://www.thewholesaleforums.co.uk/blog/social-media-monitoring/

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    Personally using 2 out of 5 in the list above. Curious on what everyone’s strategies are in using social media to ‘spy’ on what’s happening and what people are thinking about your business?
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