Social Media Dashboard Tools

Posted By Charles on Feb 15, 2014 | 0 comments


In this article I will talk about some of the best Social media Dashboard Tools as well as how to use Social Media in the Corporate World.

Social Media Dashboard Tools

Social Media Dashboard Tools

One of my favorite Social Network’s for Corporate Accounts is LinkedIn.

LinkedIn allows the members to stay in connection with the latest company news, products, services, business opportunities and job openings. Mostly companies use LinkedIn for promoting new products and establishing their brand. LinkedIn Answers Topic Feeds – LinkedIn has an “Answers” feature where people ask and answer questions in a number of categories. You can subscribe to feeds in the topic areas that interest you to see what people are discussing about in that topic area.

Social Media Dashboard Tools:

We help monitor Social Media and Track it. Monitoring isn’t limited to your organizational name either. You’ll be able to search for any search terms that may be important to your organization. Monitor all forms of social media, including over 150 million blogs, social networking sites, forums, opinion sites, top video- and image-sharing sites and more. Right from your desktop.

Social media tools play an important role in business development, and product and brand promotion. Social Media tools make your social media management efforts for your business efficient and effective. Our Social Media tool integrates the best social media tools, social media marketing tools, and social media management tools into one social media software package. Let me tell you about Klout – after this Info-graphic (keep reading)

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For corporate accounts I would recommend our services – for an individual – I recommend Klout:

Dashboard Tools for Social Media – What’s Klout?

Klout has emerged as a leader in Social influence tracking – but is it effective?

Klout is the standard for influence. Over 5,000 applications and partners use Klout data to display Klout Scores, prioritize based on Score or topics, and segment users. Klout is not an “opt-in” service, but individuals who register at Klout can ensure that all of their social networks are accessed and therefore evaluated in their Klout scores. Klout also builds profiles of individuals who are connected to those who do register at Klout. Klout is a tool that measures social influence across the web. The higher the Klout score, the higher the social influence.

Klout is a great way to benchmark how effective someone really is. Klout is a marketplace of influence. It attempts to summarize what subjects a person has influence in, or is interested in, across Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and other social networks . Klout is headed in good direction, but for the time being, they aren’t good reference for “influence”.

True Reach and Amplification:

True Reach is the size of your engaged audience and is based on those of your followers and friends who actively listen and react to your messages. Amplification Score is the likelihood that your messages will generate actions (retweets, @messages, likes and comments) and is on a scale of 1 to 100. True Reach aims to answer the question of whose audience is really engaged, and who just followed a bunch of spam accounts. Klout actually eliminates inactive and spam accounts from their algorithm and looks at how the rest of your audience reacts to content that you share in your Twitter and Facebook feeds.

Social Media Dashboard Tools by Charles

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