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Score 8.5 out of 101
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Score 8 out of 101

Likelihood to Recommend

Agorapulse

If you are managing social media for other businesses, you need AgoraPulse. If you only have your own business and you only have one page per social media platform, I wouldn't spend the money on it.
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CoSchedule

CoSchedule is well suited for a small content and/or marketing team who needs a simple way to keep content organized in a monthly calendar view that integrates with WordPress nicely. For larger teams that need a lot of people accessing the platform, it may not be best because CoSchedule limits the number of users.
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Feature Rating Comparison

Listening/monitoring

Agorapulse
8.1
CoSchedule
Boolean keyword searches
Agorapulse
7.8
CoSchedule
Filtering out noise/spam
Agorapulse
7.2
CoSchedule
Sentiment analysis
Agorapulse
9.1
CoSchedule
Broad channel coverage
Agorapulse
8.5
CoSchedule

Publishing

Agorapulse
8.1
CoSchedule
Content planning and scheduling
Agorapulse
8.8
CoSchedule
Audience targeting
Agorapulse
6.7
CoSchedule
Content optimization
Agorapulse
9.1
CoSchedule
Workflow management
Agorapulse
7.9
CoSchedule

Engagement

Agorapulse
7.5
CoSchedule
Automated routing and prioritization
Agorapulse
6.4
CoSchedule
Customer interaction histories
Agorapulse
8.4
CoSchedule
Bulk actions
Agorapulse
7.9
CoSchedule

Marketing

Agorapulse
7.6
CoSchedule
Lead generation
Agorapulse
6.6
CoSchedule
Content marketing
Agorapulse
9.1
CoSchedule
Paid media management
Agorapulse
8.2
CoSchedule
Campaigns and promotions
Agorapulse
6.7
CoSchedule

Channel coverage/integration

Agorapulse
8.2
CoSchedule
Twitter
Agorapulse
9.0
CoSchedule
Facebook
Agorapulse
8.9
CoSchedule
LinkedIn
Agorapulse
7.4
CoSchedule
Instagram
Agorapulse
7.7
CoSchedule

Reporting/analytics

Agorapulse
7.3
CoSchedule
Campaign success analytics
Agorapulse
7.7
CoSchedule
Real-time tracking
Agorapulse
7.3
CoSchedule
Competitor analysis
Agorapulse
6.9
CoSchedule

Account management

Agorapulse
7.4
CoSchedule
Role-based user permissions & privileges
Agorapulse
8.3
CoSchedule
Mobile access
Agorapulse
6.6
CoSchedule

Project Management

Agorapulse
CoSchedule
6.2
Task Management
Agorapulse
CoSchedule
7.8
Resource Management
Agorapulse
CoSchedule
6.5
Scheduling
Agorapulse
CoSchedule
9.1
Workflow Automation
Agorapulse
CoSchedule
7.8
Team Collaboration
Agorapulse
CoSchedule
6.3
Support for Agile Methodology
Agorapulse
CoSchedule
7.0
Document Management
Agorapulse
CoSchedule
7.0
Email integration
Agorapulse
CoSchedule
3.0
Mobile Access
Agorapulse
CoSchedule
5.9
Timesheet Tracking
Agorapulse
CoSchedule
2.0

Pros

Agorapulse

  • The interface is especially clean and easy to navigate.
  • Notifications are easy to see and find.
  • Scrolling through collected data and interpreting information is simple.
  • Toggling between platforms for similar information is straightforward.
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CoSchedule

  • Calendar is dynamic and has color coding for event types (Wordpress blog, raw content, video, images etc.)
  • Can create content in a WSIWYG editor and convert to Wordpress, HTML or PDF
  • Integrates nicely with Wordpress (you have to do editing in WP) and also carries dashboard information on the WP post. Also integrates with other CMS solutions
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Cons

Agorapulse

  • I would like to be able to post videos to Instagram via AgoraPulse and multiple images.
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CoSchedule

  • For single users and smaller teams, sharing completed calendars is tricky. There's not really a place for feedback or edits without signing up a second user.
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Likelihood to Renew

Agorapulse

Agorapulse 8.1
Based on 85 answers
AgoraPulse does what it's needed to do, is cheaper than the competition, is easier to use and manage, has better reporting and has a roadmap of improvements which will add to its value.
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CoSchedule

No score
No answers yet
No answers on this topic

Usability

Agorapulse

Agorapulse 9.0
Based on 8 answers
Simple to use, beautiful design and excellent reporting.
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CoSchedule

No score
No answers yet
No answers on this topic

Support

Agorapulse

Agorapulse 9.2
Based on 9 answers
It's just excellent all around. Everyone is friendly and professional. Everyone seems empowered to make decisions and get things done. The communication is great.
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CoSchedule

No score
No answers yet
No answers on this topic

Implementation

Agorapulse

Agorapulse 9.1
Based on 4 answers
Be sure of the game play mechanics you need to achieve your objectives, it will help significantly in setting up the game and creating the assets
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CoSchedule

No score
No answers yet
No answers on this topic

Alternatives Considered

Agorapulse

The feature that pulled us to AgoraPulse was the platform's ability to pull in comments from social platforms, particularly comments on paid ads and posts. Our clients run a large number of ads, and being able to monitor interactions in real time and be assured that no customer was being missed or under-served was the #1 deciding point in our move to AgoraPulse.
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CoSchedule

Crescendo has some very powerful features such as a built in editor that provides a simpler editing suite than WordPress, especially valuable for contributors. The fact that it has multiple levels of contributor/author/editor is a real plus. There is also a comments box that contributors really liked because they could read the content, leave a short comment and exit.The problems we had with Crescendo range from undependable publishing to the blog to inability to publish to LinkedIn. I was missing deadlines and spent a lot of time with Crescendo personnel trying to fix these issues. The LinkedIn issue is one that many web CMS bolt on solutions struggle with and that LinkedIn doesn't seem to care much about. So we understand that. CoSchedule has a much better social publish function and they admit upfront that LinkedIn is problematic.
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Return on Investment

Agorapulse

  • We do not miss social interactions, which is a huge positive for our clients.
  • Positive ROI
  • Team management has also been positively effected by our use of AgoraPulse.
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CoSchedule

  • Above all, CoSchedule saves me time. I can automate so many more things, leaving me time to focus on other aspects of my business.
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Pricing Details

Agorapulse

General

Free Trial
Yes
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No

Agorapulse Editions & Modules

Agorapulse
Edition
Medium
$991
Large
$1991
Enterprise
$4991
X-Large
$2991
1. per installation
Additional Pricing Details
Medium plan: 10 social profiles, 3 users Large plan: 25 social profiles, 6 users X-Large plan: 40 social profiles, 12 users Enterprise plan: 70 profiles, 10 users

CoSchedule

General

Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?

CoSchedule Editions & Modules

CoSchedule
Additional Pricing Details

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