Bundle Post Integrates With Spredfast’s Social Relationship Platform For Big Brands
Have you ever wondered how big brands like AT&T, Pepsico, Whole Foods and Rackspace manage incredibly large and complex social media marketing programs? They use Spredfast to attract the right audience, engage in the right conversations, manage teams and coordinate their social activities.
Both B2B and B2C companies implement social programs to build brand awareness, customer loyalty and ultimately convert the activity into sales. The Spredfast platform is a comprehensive enterprise, best in class solution that is open and easy for big brands to integrate. Spredfast uniquely helps brands create great social experiences by understanding which content and engagement strategies resonate with the target audience, while also providing insight into social performance trends across channels, accounts, regions, brands, campaigns, content, and more.
Recently, one of our big brand Bundle Post users requested that we integrate our social media content management system capabilities with Spredfast in order to allow them to utilize our patent pending social content management and curation capabilities with the enterprise effectiveness of Spredfast. Working with the Spredfast team, we have completed the new export integration functionality within Bundle Post that allows this to happen.
Now joint Bundle Post and Spredfast users can complete scheduled, hashtagged and content curation functions in minutes, export the multi-day social media content file, and then upload 100 or less social media posts directly into their specified Spredfast social media accounts, ready for posting.
If you are a larger brand looking for the best solution for managing your social media efforts, get more information on the Spredfast solution by clicking here
If you’d like to start managing social media content curation, scheduling, hashtagging and marketing content more effectively, efficiently and with real results, get your free 30 day Bundle Post trial account now.
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