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Review: "AgoraPulse: everything you need for social media"
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October 04, 2018

Review: "AgoraPulse: everything you need for social media"

Score 10 out of 101
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Overall Satisfaction with AgoraPulse

Right now we are in the process of upgrading. So far, I anticipate it will help team members to be more professional, create better expectations for post approvals and how many posts need to be set a week, help us see posts across a spectrum since we have long-term projects that span over a long period of time. We are a small company that is in a growth stage and we are currently documenting that exciting and stressful process. It will help us stay extremely organized and keep our social media pages looking professional and uniform. It essentially helps solves making content, scheduling, editing, approving content.
  • Scheduling posts through out the month and seeing how they span out in a calendar format is very useful and helpful visual aide. Since our company is project based we can't have posts being posted at random, and we also need to feature community organizations, collaborations, as well as our upcoming competition.
  • Approvals. Its really essential that whoever is forming posts can't publish until posts are approved for quality and professional purposes.
  • Providing a platform for others to edit is really important for us too. We always need someone else to edit for grammar, content, and relevancy.
  • Publishing to Instagram has been particularly hard. Just because I would like to post multiple photos and that makes things difficult when I make a post with multiple photos.
  • I wish I could make drafts of posts and save them. Simply made for content. That would be easier for me to make posts so I wouldn't lose a post every time that I step away from the computer for a little bit.
3 - One person does final approvals, making content, and editing.
One is for final approvals, final editing, sometimes makes content.
One is strictly for content making sometimes input for editing.
  • It's too soon to tell actually. It's definitely springboarded a lot of projects, but we are still building our report.
Hootsuite, I have used, it's very expensive and doesn't quite cover everthing that we actually need to thrive as a company.
It's designed for teams and for companies that deal with large projects. I wouldn't recommend it if you were doing it on an individual basis. We have enough stuff where we really do need to schedule and edit and work together as team members to really make the posts flow together.

Agorapulse Feature Ratings

Content planning and scheduling
Audience targeting
Workflow management
Not Rated
Customer interaction histories
Bulk actions
Campaign success analytics
Real-time tracking
Competitor analysis
Role-based user permissions & privileges
Mobile access