Check Out Socialot: The New Social Media Marketing Software for Small Business


Check Out Socialot: The New Social Media Marketing Software for Small Business

After years of trying to get into the groove of social media marketing, I decided to try a different tactic: I gave up. Well, not exactly. But I did get frustrated and decide that there had to be a better way to keep up with social media efforts. My husband and I started brainstorming ways to streamline our social media marketing. Enter Socialot — our solution for small business social media marketing. launched in BETA last week with two out of five planned modules.

The current two modules (Share and Connect) allow you to access your Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Flickr, and LinkedIn accounts from a single log in. From Share, you can share your blogs, pictures, videos, and news to multiple social media sites with one click. You can also keep track of what you’ve shared to which sites and when. From Connect, you can quickly access the social media features most businesses use, like invitations, messages, and wall posts.

Next in line: Integration with Facebook Business Pages (right now you can only connect Socialot to individual accounts), and a complete contact management system.

We’d love to hear what you think, and we’re giving away $100 for your feedback.

Check out our giveaway here:

Posted by Wintress  Posted on 12 Dec 
  • social media management, social media marketing, social media monitoring, social media software
  • Post Comments 2

    Posted by David on
    • Mar 18 2012
    This is free, yes? I want something simple and I only need to share to Google+, Twitter and Facebook. Will G+ be included in future versions? Would love to have that integrated.
    Posted by Wintress on
    • Mar 19 2012
    Hi David, Thanks for asking! Socialot Beta is free, and Google+ will be implemented as soon as Google+ allows Socialot write access. Unfortunately, G+ does not currently allow any software to write to a user's stream. So you can't currently find that service anywhere. :-( Please go here: to tell Google that you want developers to have this access. There are lots of people requesting it. Add your voice! Wintress

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