In our last post, we looked at 5 Social Media Tips for Startups. Tips and strategies are great to have, however, how you execute them and apply them to yourself and startup is the key; here are four apps that can help you do just that.
Twitter feeds can get overwhelming with too many tweets and updates, Driplr offers an innovative new way to read your feed and allows you to stay up do date in an easier more effective way with automatic sync, read by dates and users, updated conversations, and read your tweets one by one as you watch the phone scroll with the face detect feature.
Near is a neat app that allows you to make connections to people and businesses through location, industry, topics, recommendations and more. It features messaging within the app, sharing, and resume support. Near reinvents online networking, with useful features and sharing.
Favatron is a helpful tool that places links from favorited tweets automatically in storage for you to read later. There are numerous ways for you to read those later including the popular apps Pocket and Readability. Other reading options include RSS feeds, weekly or daily email digests, and an API so you can build your own integration and services.
Nvestly introduces investing to social networking. Nvestly brings all your investment accounts into one complete dashboard so you can visualize your portfolio. Nvestly not only summarizes your investments, but offers social investing with friends. See who else holds what you hold and get notified when someone you follow posts a new trade.
There are many apps that can aid in social media use and marketing, do you have any favoriate social media apps that you love? Share them with us in the comments.
If you missed our previous post, 5 Social Media Tips for Startups be sure to check it out!