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how to manage all my social network accounts?

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by gulfcoastatyaho0, Dec 30, 2010.

  1. gulfcoastatyaho0

    gulfcoastatyaho0 Junior Member

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    Ok i have one account on many differnt social networks and what id like to do is post video, photos, comments , blog articles, and post on my friends pages.

    I have facebook, myspace, youtube, twitter and linkd so far but i dont have time to spend all day going from site to site and posting stuff, is there a FREE way to update all my posts at once?

    I tried ping.fm but couldnt figure out how to post photos or videos so any help would be great thanks.
     
  2. Rhazha

    Rhazha Junior Member

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    Have you heard of HootSuite? It's fairly good... Based on the type of account you have you can manage dozens of accounts.

    If you are looking for something Free, you can manage 5 accounts with it. So, what you can do is open more accounts and keep niche-oriented.


    Rhazha
     
  3. gulfcoastatyaho0

    gulfcoastatyaho0 Junior Member

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    Yea i am trying out hootsuite but so far all its good for is updating messages or scheduling messages which will come in handy, what i really need is a way to post to all my friends walls, upload videos, maybe bulk likes, stuff that will allow all my friends , freinds to see me too.
     
  4. rogerebert

    rogerebert Registered Member

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    yoono is a good alternative. Desktop or browser add-on. It is very good for keeping work and friends separate. Nothing BH, but it does have good GUI, and some options missing on hootsuite and others. Specifically you can "hide" updates from some people. So you don't have to read your brother-in-law's political rants or deal with his bitching about being unfriended.
     
  5. Wilder1047

    Wilder1047 Newbie

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    I know you're saying Hootsuite doesn't fulfill ALL your needs. But, have you tried the hootsuite add-on?

    It just sits in your browser window - if you're on a page worth sharing just click it and update your profiles all at once - without even going to the hootsuite page.

    Serves me well!!
     
  6. cpachamp1

    cpachamp1 Newbie

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    u Should Try Hootsuite..?