Adobe Social is not worth the money
November 01, 2013

Adobe Social is not worth the money

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 2 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Software Version

Adobe Social 3.1

Modules Used

  • Publishing, Analytics, Moderation

Overall Satisfaction

  • Integration with Site Catalyst could be of benefit as long as a subject matter expert in both platforms provides guidance
  • Some of the terms reporting can be useful at times to determine overall reach of a campaign across platforms
  • Recent update to newest version did bring some noticable improvements.
  • The publising tool is quite limited in terms of number of platforms it publishes to, as well as the functionality of being able to tweak posts within a platform
  • The customer service provided in support of this product leaves an enormous amount to be desired.
  • Adobe Social can be very slow to load and have it bring up the pages you actually want it to bring up
  • Much of the functionality of Adobe Social often doesn't work, and what does is not very ituitive to the user
  • Although we chose Adobe Social believing it could provide ROI metrics we could not get elsewhere, that turned out not to be the case. Site Catalyst can give us everything we need without Adobe Social
  • Adobe Social did not create greater efficiencies and speed up our activity within social media. In fact, it has done the oppposite. It is very cumbersome with little clear benefit.
Adobe Social simply has too many bugs, and promised ROI metrics that either did not work, or could be found elsewhere. It simply is not worth the money. It needs a major review by Adobe.
Adobe Social is not worth the money if you are looking for a publishing or moderation tool. If and when the reporting is improved, it could be worth a second look.