In this post, you’ll learn more about the most cost-effective marketing tool on the market called SocialPilot, and be able to sign up for a free SocialPilot account.
SocialPilot has everything you Need to Hit Your Social Media Marketing Goals at an Affordable Price for most Startups
What Is SocialPilot?
SocialPilot is a comprehensive and robust social media toolkit. You’ll never again need to post on social media manually, which means if you’re a frequent social media user, you’ll save yourself 60+ hours per year.
SocialPilot Verses Hootsuite
I used to use Hootsuite as my social media management tool of choice, but there’s a new kid on the block called SocialPilot who has matched them in features, beats them on price, and is easier to use.
SocialPilot was founded in 2014, so they’re not exactly the new kid on the block, but they’ve still not as well known as Hootsuite. They are making waves by attracting companies like Amazon, Gartner, Samsung, and Vodafone. If SocialPilot is good enough for those companies, it’s probably good enough for you.
If you do a side-by-side comparison of SocialPilot and Hootsuite, SocialPilot now comes out as the winner.
With that in mind, let’s dive in and see what SocialPilot has to offer.
SocialPilot Amazing Pricing
SocialPilot has pricing options for small businesses to large enterprises. What’s music to my ears is that there are no feature restrictions, nearly anything you can do at the highest level can also be done at the lowest. You just do it on a smaller scale.
You will almost certainly be fine with the SocialPilot Professional Account (cheapest option) which is $30/month or $25/month billed annually. You can manage 50 social accounts, make 200 posts per day with up to 2,500 posts in the queue.
The only feature you don’t get access to in the “professional plan” is the Social Inbox, which lets you manage all incoming comments and messages from all your Facebook Pages in one place.
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User Friendly Dashboard
Personally, I feel that the SocialPilot user interface is easier to use than Hootsuite.
The user interface is simple, clean and intuitive. Other social media marketing tools are cluttered and will leave you feeling frustrated and confused.
Just take a look at the image slider above and you’ll instantly see how clean and lovely SocialPilot is. It’s impossible to get lost.
I give SocialPilot a big thumbs up.
If you do more than an hour of social media per week for your business, then getting SocialPilot is a no-brainer decision. It will save you time, but most importantly it will force you into doing more social media marketing because you’re forking out money each month for membership.
My main marketing strategy for all my businesses (I have several online businesses) is blogging. It took me a while to jump on board the social media marketing bandwagon probably because I’m 45 and wasn’t born into the social media world, like the millennials.
To be honest, without SocialPilot I wouldn’t be doing hardly any social media marketing because it used to take me so long logging into each social media account.
With SocialPilot you only ever have to log in to one account. That’s a huge timesaver!
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Frequently Asked Questions
If you’re a moderate social media user, using SocialPilot will save you 5 hours per month, which is 60 hours per year.
No, there are no contracts or commitments. With SocialPilot, you can cancel your account anytime – irrespective of the plan you’ve chosen.
When using SocialPilot, you’ll be required to pay in US dollars. We accept payments made with credit cards and PayPal.
Yes, you can switch your plans or downgrade/upgrade your subscription anytime you want. You can also Pause your subscription if you don’t need your account for a certain time period. Though, if you’re a small business you’ll almost certainly never need to upgrade above the cheapest option (the “professional plan”).
SocialPilot is a social media management tool. It connects with Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, Pinterest, Google My Business, Tumblr, VK and Xing. It is full-featured and offers services such as analytics, automated publishing, content management, conversion tracking, multi-account management, and post scheduling. It makes quick work of scheduling, queuing, editing and sharing all your content. If that wasn’t enough, it can even help with content curation too (curated content is content created by others that you select to share with your own audience).
The platform’s lack of Instagram functionality While you can link your Instagram accounts to the platform and schedule things through it, all that gets you is the ability to see what you’re doing on Instagram alongside everything else. You won’t be able to do anything with Instagram (no direct publishing or data). It is something they’re working on, and by the time you read this it will probably be implemented. Though, in reality, this doesn’t really affect small business owners. It only effects “social media managers” who juggle doing social media for multiple businesses.
One of its major cons is that it does not offer a lot of third-party apps or integrations. Though, if you’re a small service business, that won’t be a con for you because you almost certainly won’t ever need or use third-party apps or integrations.
You’ll want to get SocialPilot if you do more than one hour of social media per week. If you do any less than that, you might as well keep doing it old-school, without using a social media marketing tool.