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How To Create Reusable Marketing Message Campaigns To Drive Website Traffic

Would you like to learn how to schedule social media posts about YOUR website in Bulk? If you don’t share things about you, who will? Lately, I’ve been doing what seems to be fishing expeditions online, trying to figure out more about folks. Appears to be we have one extreme where people share all about themselves only and the other extreme where they share nothing at all. Why would someone not share about themselves on social media? Especially in regards to their business and what they do.

Yes, this is yet another blog about self-promotion! Bare with me as I share with you a tool, our very own BundlePost to help you schedule your social media posts for your website, or otherwise your marketing messages and content! What we refer to as our “My Content” section in BundlePost.  This BundlePost feature enables social media agencies to store efficiently and schedule marketing content for their clients and themselves.

Let me simplify all that for you – It’s not just for social media agencies. If you have a website that you need to share on social platforms, then BundlePost is the perfect tool to allow you to schedule posts, efficiently, strategically and in bulk.

There’s no question whether you should or shouldn’t self-promote. It’s a must! According to GlobalWebIndex “A quarter of internet users say that social network-based retail stores make them more likely to purchase online. Globally, 7 in 10 active Facebook users say they have bought a product online in the past month, with the equivalent figure among Twitter’s active user base climbing to approach the three-quarter mark.”

Without getting into the great detail of why, what or when to promote yourself. I thought I would instead get into the ‘How’ to support yourself. By using a friends website as an example.

Step by Step on how to schedule YOUR Marketing Message Content

1. Add our Google Chrome Extension – please add to your browser if you haven’t already. Here is the link – Bundlet

2. Set up a campaign schedule in BundlePost – for example, I have set one up for my friend on Twitter and LinkedIn for now. Selecting three specific times for posting her content to Twitter and two specific times for LinkedIn

JeanneSchedule

3. Using The Bundlet – Now the fun begins!
Open up a new tab in your browser and go to your website
Click on the Bundlet extension in your Chrome browser.
Next to the ‘Save Content to’ click on the drop down and scroll to the bottom where it has the “My Content” and add a new folder.
In the text box, you will see a brief description of the web page that you are on.
Highlight and replace what is there with something you want to say about this web page when posting on social media.

Jeanne

The brief description that appeared in the Bundlet for this web page was –  “Caribbean Cruises from HEARTS ON THE GO TRAVEL – a division of Cordially Yours Travel.” I replaced it with something that might make more sense for Jeanne’s audience on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn, like “Did you know that you can make payments on your next vacation through us? Ready to thaw out in the Caribbean?”

4. SUBMIT to save that post in your new My Content folder inside BundlePost. (before closing the Bundlet and moving to step 5, we suggest writing and keeping multiple posts for the same URL/page with different creative text)

5. Repeat Process – Go to another web page on your same website and repeat the process.
As you can see, my friend Jeanne has a ton of fun content on her website. I could be here at my laptop all week long adding things to her My Content Travel Website folder. I can also set up several different folders for her if I wanted to.

6. Start Export – After you have your folder full of 40 or more posts, click on the ‘Start Export’ button. Inside your BundlePost account in the navigation header and select which schedule you would like to use. Then pick the day in which you want to start scheduling posts for this campaign and click ‘Continue.’

7. Export Table -Congratulations you are now on the export table!
On the second level, light blue navigation bar click on the My Content Button drop-down and select the content folder you created in the earlier steps. EXAMPLE: Jeanne’s Travel website. Next, click on “Select all” followed by the “Move Selected” button.

You should see a screen that looks similar to the image below, with all of your tweets, scheduled and formatted for you! You don’t have to deal with spreadsheets anymore.

JeanneExport

8. Hashtags – I hashtagged things as I created otherwise we would have used our hashtag folder at this point. Another amazing feature in BundlePost

9. Drag and Drop – You can move things around by dragging or dropping the different posts or click on the randomize buttons to mix up the order of the scheduled posts as desired.

10. Edit – Glance over everything and if you need to edit just double click on the text of a particular post, make changes and click off to save it.

11. Download – We are almost done!!
Now you want to select the dashboard you use by clicking on their icon on the top of this export page.
Jeanne is a big Hootsuite fan, so I clicked on the Hootsuite logo to download the formatted and scheduled posts for the multi-day promotional campaign.
(note – never open the download file, simply save it where you want it on your computer)

12. Upload – Inside your Hootsuite Pro account you will find a Bulk message uploader link under scheduling in your compose message area.
A pop-up will then ask you for the CSV file you would like to use. Locate the file you downloaded from BundlePost and then select the second date format.
Select the proper social profile.
Submit!

13. You have successfully scheduled – 40 (or up to 100) new messages! Since this was sent to Jeanne’s Twitter account, that means for the next 13 days she will have her marketing messages going out on Twitter without having to do anything else. Just think if we created more? The 40 posts  that I created for Jeanne will remain in her BundlePost account, so she has the ability to schedule them out again and again if she would like. What’s more, she also has the ability to modify them at anytime by editing them.

Once you have input your marketing message posts into your BundlePost My Content folders, you are not only saving a ton of time, but can be extremely consistent in your promotional sharing. You will drive traffic to your website on a daily basis, with limited effort.

“My Content” is an important part of effective social media marketing and an incredible feature of BundlePost.

It is important to note that you should share about yourself, what you do and your marketing message content. Using BundlePost My Content folders is one way to ensure that we always have something going in our feeds about us. Just one of many features we have to help you save time.

If you currently do not have a BundlePost account and would like assistance in setting up your account please let us know. If you have been with BundlePost for awhile now and would like additional training in how to get the most out of it, we are here to help.

 

PerfectJuliaBy Julia Hull @PerfectJulia

Director of Customer Support at BundlePost

Social media marketing professional that joined the BundlePost team early in its transition from a social media agency to a software company. She is an expert in social media tools.

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The Significant Difference Between Autopilot and Marketing Automation

This last week we had a BundlePost user state that they wanted their social media marketing on “autopilot” and thought that’s what we did or advocated. Nothing could be further from the truth. Marketing automation and the term autopilot have no relation to one another in social media marketing. One is a carefully thought out and actively managed strategic component of an effective social media program, the other is liken to a drone with no pilot, mission or results.

social media marketing on autopilotIn the commercial aviation industry, millions of dollars are poured into the avionics and systems that keep aircraft in the air, comfortable for passengers and controllable by highly trained pilots. These systems are all integrated together to make the function we all know and understand as autopilot, possible. But what we never see is a plane placed on autopilot, without an experienced captain monitoring all aspects of the controls.

Pilots would never put their plane on autopilot, leave their seat and subsequently allow the plane to cruise unattended. Not only is that illegal and against all common sense and regulations, but it’s incredibly foolish and would be an accident going someplace to happen. On the contrary, there are two pilots in every commercial cockpit even though autopilot capabilities are on board. Both professional pilots are present, strapped in their seats and always ready and able to respond to any circumstance that arises.

Autopilot was never developed or designed to fly an airplane unattended, nor was it ever meant to be used as something to replace an experienced pilot. Advanced technology is designed to help efficiently manage some mundane human tasks, freeing up the pilots to ensure a smooth flight and potential problems or opportunities.

Let’s put some clarity to the differences between these two distinctly different marketing approaches as it relates to social media marketing. We will give six examples of each and provide a little detail as we go.

Social Media “Autopilot” Tactics –

Social media success does not appear by accident, or via automation, rather it can only be achieved through consistently executing proper strategy, activities and human interaction.

Accepted social marketing tactics do NOT include the following activity, tools or automation:

1) Auto-posting content from any source – This is not strategic, safe or effective.

2) Auto-tagging and posting messages – This includes things like newspaper posts that tag people you’ve automatically displayed on your Rebel Mouse or other newspaper pages, “top influencers tag messages” or any other similar tools or systems that auto-post to your pages, profiles or timelines. They are clearly automated, provide ZERO value to anyone (including yourself) and most people know this.

3) Automated Timeline or Direct Messages – We all know these are automated and not sincere as a result. We ignore not only the message you have automated, but we will likely ignore you hence forth.

4) Automated Retweet applications – Some of the newest horrid autopilot technology is the automated RT app. This little gem lets you select specific people/accounts and it will automatically RT their tweets at specific intervals. This is like an accident going somewhere to happen. It’s not effective, don’t do it.

5) Automated Pitch Tagging – We just connected (or have no relationship) and your autopilot solution tags me to pitch your link, blog, website, product or service. Have you ever wondered why email spam is now illegal? You’re doing the equivalent on social media and your brand and results will reflect it if you don’t stop. In fact many (including myself) report accounts that do such spamming, every time it happens. Wonder why your account gets suspended? Now you know.

6) Automated Engagement Posting – Imagine going to a networking event and when you introduce someone to somebody else, or tell someone about another persons book or product, the person you were referring to, took out their smart phone and played a recorded message. Or better yet, imagine that you were having a conversation with someone and a person or brand you’ve never heard of, jumped in to the conversation to tell you about their product all because he overheard you mention the word “fruit”.

Whatever you would do in real life, you should do in social media. Whatever you would never do at a networking event or walking down the street, don’t do in social. It’s not more complicated than that. Autopilot does not get real results in social media and will damage your reputation.

Consider this: If you and thousands of others are using such autopilot tactics in their social media marketing and hundreds, if not thousands are connected the same people, your autopilot tagging and posting are also appearing to the same person. What do you think the impression of your brand, product or service is when your automation is just like everyone else’s automation and being seen by the same person? I can tell you. You just became a brand or person they will not be doing business with.

“If your social media isn’t getting results you need less automation, more human & the right tools” ~@fondalo

Social Media Marketing Automation –

If you expect to get results there are a few social marketing automation functions that you need to be doing. Liken these activities as the aviation autopilot explanation we discussed earlier. You, the pilot are always there in the seat, but the plane’s autopilot can be running these functions for you.

1) Landing Page, Lead Capture, Email Drip Campaign – If you are using social media for marketing and do not have a clear marketing automation path for your prospects, you are undoubtedly not achieving the results you should/could be. Understanding your prospects click-through, registration and sign-up/order flow is extremely important and requires sales automation to be most effective.

2) Content Curation Scheduling – You must have enough relevant, valuable content in your social streams every day. It’s part and parcel effective social media. I am not referring to Retweeting or sharing other people’s curated content, but discovering and posting content that resonates with your audience. Though you should sometimes RT and share, you need to build thought leadership around the topics that drive your audience, and that requires you to aggregate and curate content they want. Scheduling these posts is a requirement, unless you have unlimited time and aren’t going to do the things that actually get results, like having conversations and building relationships. (I am being very sarcastic here. You must engage with your community if you expect results) You can either spend time posting content, or engaging and driving ROI from your efforts. Content curation scheduling is imperative!

3) Community Growth Targeting – Using tools that will help you identify your target audience and connecting with them enables you to grow your community and leverage the Social Media Connection Cycle. Finding and connecting with your customers and prospects across the social graph is extremely important. Doing it manually is cumbersome and extremely inefficient.

4) New and Evergreen Content Scheduling – When you create content in the form of blog posts and articles, you need to share that to your streams so your audience is aware. Posting it once is pointless, so you need to strategically schedule new and evergreen content multiple times when it is created as well as on an ongoing basis.

5) Scheduled Marketing Messages – If you have knowledge of something you will be doing on a specific day/time, scheduling your status update about it ahead of time makes perfect sense. Periodically scheduling marketing messages about what you do, that link to your landing pages (without tagging anyone) is appropriate and efficient. If you have done your other social strategy and activities effectively, you will earn the right to do so and people will read, click and share them.

6) Scheduled Graphics – If you are creating and posting graphics and photos to various social sites, you will want to ensure that you’re being consistent and frequent. You can’t be at your desk all the time and you shouldn’t be spending desk time doing such manual tasks. Scheduling this kind of content to your various social accounts is efficient and appropriate.

Wrap Up

There is a massive difference between social media marketing automation and autopilot. You need to know the difference and stop sheepishly replicating the activity other people are doing, when most of them are as broke and ineffective with their social media results as you are. Stop being part of the blind leading the blind and start understanding social media for what it is, not how the popular majority are using it (unsuccessfully). If you’re going to replicate what someone else is doing, you had better be darn sure that it is actually effective on the dollar and cents level and more importantly isn’t hurting your results instead of improving them.

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Where Social Media Brands, Marketers And Agencies Spend Their Time [REPORT]

We recently conducted a survey of social media marketers, brands and agencies to better understand where they spend their time and the challenges they are facing with their social media marketing. The 11 question survey consisted of multiple choice questions, as well as multi-part questions that asked the respondent to rank their agreement with specific comments/challenges of content, social marketing and curation. With hundreds of respondents completing the survey, we decided that there is a lot of relevant information that others in the industry could learn from, so we will be writing several posts about the data.

For this post, we are going to focus on the main activity and use of time questions we asked.

Question 1:  HOW MANY DAYS PER WEEK DO YOU SCHEDULE CONTENT FOR YOUR SOCIAL MEDIA STREAMS?

This question was crucial to understanding the level of experience of the survey respondents. Those of us in the industry for some time, we understand the importance of consistent, relevant content in all social media streams on a daily basis, all day long. In asking this question we learned that the majority of the survey respondents are heavily active with scheduled social media scheduling and a small percentage of respondents are less experienced.

82% of those surveyed stated that they schedule social media posts three or more days per week. A huge number, no doubt, but what we found most interesting is that a huge majority of almost 66% schedule content five or more days per week for their social streams.

Days You Schedule Social Media Posts

We believe that this information is showing that if you are not scheduling content for your social streams at least 5 days per week, you are likely getting lost in the noise of those that are, or at least you are sitting at your desk everyday manually live posting content to your streams.  These numbers are inline with our philosophy that social media is like a freeway and you have to have enough cars (content) on the road everyday to be seen, let alone effective.

Question 2:  ON AVERAGE, HOW MANY SOCIAL MEDIA POSTS TO YOU SCHEDULE EVERY DAY ON TWITTER

58% of social media marketers stated that they schedule more than five posts per day on Twitter and over 35% schedule more than 10 posts. Given that Twitter is a much more active posting site this was not a surprise.

Twitter is a unique social network in that updates are displayed only at the time they are posted, whereas Facebook for example will display content in the newsfeed over and over based on when users login and how well an update is engaged with by your friends/followers. Since Twitter is void of such an algorithm and posts scroll based on when it was posted, not how much engagement the post receives, posting much more frequently is imperative.

Posts Per Day On Twitter

Posting enough content on a daily basis to Twitter is crucial to growing a targeted audience, sparking engagement and building relationships. You want to be sure that whenever your audience happens to login and check their streams, they see something of valuable and interesting from you. This builds thought leadership, creates opportunities for sharing and conversations, which is what results in ROI.

Question 3:  HOW MANY HOURS PER DAY DO YOU SPEND FINDING, EDITING, SCHEDULING AND POSTING CURATED AND MARKETING CONTENT TO YOUR SOCIAL MEDIA ACCOUNTS?

When we asked how many hours per day these social media marketers spend managing and scheduling content, an astonishing 75% said two hours or more. That’s two or more hours every single day managing curated and marketing content for their social streams.

Hours Scheduling Social Media Posts

The question that should also be asked is, if you are spending 2-5+ hours per day managing your social media posts, what are you not doing that could be getting real results? Engagement, conversations and relationship building are all going to suffer if this much time is required everyday managing scheduled posts and marketing content.

Let’s be clear, you have to have relevant, valuable content in your streams and you also have to post updates about you, your products and what you do in an appropriate mix. If you have little or nothing in your streams, you will not get engagement. Without likes, comments and conversations it is impossible to build relationships on and offline. Without relationships your social media marketing has no foundation and will not achieve real results. It’s a quandary isn’t it?

The challenge facing the social media agencies, marketers and brands we surveyed and the millions of others around the world is that much of the time spent everyday on social media marketing is unproductive time. This survey shows that much of the time and effort doing social media marketing is spent in the back office finding, managing and scheduling content, rather than in conversations, relationship building and other functions that lead to revenue and ROI.

With the thousands of tools and applications on the market that are designed to help with these tasks, why are so many still dealing with this time/effort mismatch? We believe the answer is that most of the tools available aid with some of the curation and scheduling tasks, but few actually impact efficiency enough to make a substantial difference. Therefore, we see the answers to the survey still showing an incredible amount of time and effort being spent in the back office.

Read about 8 new ways content curation and social media marketing just got easier. That’s where Bundle Post makes a massive impact.

In our next post, we will unveil additional eye-opening details of this survey and give you a lot more data on what social media challenges marketers say they have today.

The second second survey report post is now out – The Importance And Challenges Of Content Curation

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.@BundlePost Adds Export Integration With 3 Additional Social Media Dashboards

Recently we announced the integration with the Big Brand social media management system Spredfast, which enables larger brands using the enterprise platform to also easily incorporate Bundle Post social media content management and marketing abilities into their Scheduled Bulk Upload Formatsworkflow. In an effort to continue to expand the distribution platforms that we integrate with, today we are announcing three more social media management dashboard integrations many have been asking for.

Bundle Post export formats that support Bulk Uploads for SocialOomph, Pluggio and Sendible are now live, bringing the list of social media management platforms that can be used in conjunction with Bundle Post to a whopping six!

Bundle Post Export Formats

Along with these three new bulk scheduled upload formats, Bundle Post still supports Hootsuite, Spredfast and the Beta Hubspot bulk schedule formats and the NEW Buffer Integration Support.

The idea behind these new export format functions as well as future integrations is to allow users to decide which social media dashboard application they prefer to use, while still being able to deploy the exclusive efficiency and effectiveness of content curation and content marketing using Bundle Post.

The Bundle Post content management and export process is identical for all previous integrations and also for each of the three new supported formats. You simply select the social media dashboard icon you wish to export your scheduled posts to and the proper formatting is done for you by the system. Each of the respective management systems has their own Bulk Upload process, so you will need to familiarize yourself with that dashboard and follow their specific instructions. Of course if we can assist in any way, please do not hesitate to ask.

Additional integrations are being done with social media management apps that currently have a bulk scheduled upload function, so if you would like us to integrate with your preferred social media marketing dashboard, be sure to let us know.

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Inline Social Media Content Editing, Hashtag Adds – Plus 4 More Upgrades

By now it has probably become apparent that Bundle Post has no interest in sitting on our hands with our product development. Continuing to innovate, improve and fine tune the technology is at the core of who we are as a company, while at the same time creating substantial new features like the new Bundlet Chrome extension and Queues drives where we are going with the product.

Will our commitment to continually advance the efficiencies and effectiveness that Bundle Post delivers to our users slow? Not a chance!

Today we are releasing a large package of tweaks and improvements across the entire platform. Though there are no substantial new features, you will notice copious enhancements that either make your life easier or at least smooth out several things we were not happy with in the system.

Following are some of the more prominent upgrades that will improve your social media content management workflow:

1) In-line Editing Everywhere – Now, anywhere there is content text or URLs within the system can be edited by double clicking. That includes export table pop windows and feed channels. (More on significant changes to the Feed Channels page below)

2) Hashtag Add/Edit – One thing we found when managing an export is that often times that is when you discover a keyword or phrase that is not included in a specific hashtag folder you are using. There wasn’t an easy way for users to add one on the fly while on the Export Table, so we added it. Now, when you call a Hashtag folder from the Export Table, you can and edit hashtags right in the pop-up window before telling it to run against the posts you have waiting on-screen. Handy to say the least!

Automated Hashtags

3) Cleaner Tables – Throughout the system we have improved the layout of tables. We have added more graphic buttons and made them cleaner. We unified the new look and formatting across the entire system and made the edit/add functions of many sections open a pop window instead of taking you to an entirely different page. We think you will find it much improved and definitely more efficient.

4) Schedules Redesign – The Schedules section has been completely redesigned. It has the new cleaner, graphical look on the main page, and now opens the view posting time function in a pop window. The new pop window for schedules lets you add both single and multiple time slots to a schedule right on-screen.

Social Media Schedule

5) Content Markers – We thought that the color coding of different content sources was very helpful, but it didn’t tell you what each content type was once it was on the Export Table. We have added text markers next to each post so you will always know what type of content is on-screen.

Export Table Content Markers

6) Feed Channel Page – The Feed Channel page has been substantially upgraded with a new table layout and graphic functions, as well as additional editing functions for URLs. The left side of the table contains feed type icon and a new page icon that lets you open the actually RSS to view it right inside Bundle Post. We took the “everything editable” approach to the Feed Channels page by even giving you access to see and edit the RSS URL for your feeds also. The intent here is to allow you to easily check and correct feeds you have in the system should you accidentally add one wrong or have the wrong URL, without having to delete everything and start over.

RSS Feed Channel

There are a ton of other little things that were modified, improved or upgraded, but we wanted to focus on the items that will really impact the user experience and effectiveness of your social media content management in this post. We hope you like the improvements and look forward to your feedback. As always, there is more to come.

If you still haven’t used Bundle Post, click here to get a free trial!

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#Hashtag For #Facebook [And More] Automatically

With Facebook joining the ranks of Twitter, Google Plus and others with hashtag functionality, being strategic and consistent with hashtags across the social graph has become more important than ever. Add the Facebook graph search into the mix and hashtagging on Facebook will become an extremely important venue for the function.

There is another unique factor on Facebook that needs to be considered. I call it the “Newbie Factor”. Facebook not only has the largest social network population in the world, it also has the largest inexperienced social media population in the world. You know, those consumers and SMB’s that have never been on Twitter or Google Plus and are not experienced with social media marketing, let alone hashtags. This could materialize as a massive opportunity for brands and marketers if done properly.

So now that the top three social networks are supporting hashtags, you know you have to do it consistently and strategically. As if you didn’t already have enough taking up your social media marketing time, right?

There is a solution. Bundle Post has the only patent pending automated hashtag and content scheduling system in the world. Here’s how it quickly and effectively handles hashtags:

Hashtags Facebook1) Hashtag Folders: The Bundle Post hashtag system lets you create folders for each of your campaigns, clients or accounts that coincide with a content strategy of topics.

For more on how it works, click here.

2) Keywords/Phrases: Within each folder you designate the keywords and phrases that you know will be found in the text of the content curated by Bundle Post. You can also identify any words or phrases that will be contained in the text of posts and have Bundle Post automatically replace them with a specific twitter name, making it an active link when posted.

3) Replace: With a single click on a specific hashtag folder, Bundle Post will automatically hashtag 100 scheduled social media posts for any platform in just one second! All of the scheduled curated and marketing content displayed on the Bundle Post export table will get hashtagged for you, that easily!

Bundle Post makes hashtags on all social networks fast, easy and consistent for social media agencies and social media marketers that use Hootsuite. Social media management, curation, hashtags and scheduling has never been so efficient and effective. Get your free trial now.

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Pro Users Now Double Social Media Content Schedule Ability

Today Bundle Post would like to announce a new upgrade to Pro user accounts. Previous to this upgrade, Free, Expanded and Pro users of Bundle Post had an export maximum of 50 posts out of the system for bulk uploading into Hootsuite. Hootsuite Scheduled PostsToday marks the second of several upgrades to the system that expands the functionality and capability for our users.

Today’s upgrade is already functional. Existing and new Pro users are now able to export up to 100 scheduled and hashtagged social media posts and bring them into Hootsuite using the “Bulk Message Upload” function available to upgraded Hootsuite users. This expanded functionality for Pro users gives them more control over posting frequency and longevity of relevant content in their streams and even more time to focus on engagement, relationship building and ROI. In addition to today’s upgrade, it’s important to note that Pro users also get free one-on-one set up and training, as well as unlimited lifetime support.

Bundle Post is the first social content management system for social media marketers.  The powerful system automates the time-consuming process of searching, finding, organizing, managing and scheduling your social media content in a powerful social content management system.  Content aggregation, repository, editing and scheduling functions reduce the back office social media content management time required for effective social media marketing, freeing up time to focus on ROI.

Agencies: Our social media agency Pro users will see incredible effectiveness and efficiency value add to what they are already doing with the tool. The ability to increase content volumes at appropriate levels without spending any additional time is a no brainer.

Marketers: Anyone using social media marketing that is struggling to ensure they have enough relevant, valuable content in their streams, should really take a look at Bundle Post.

Integrated with Hootsuite’s Bulk Message UploadHootsuite Bulk Upload function, Bundle Post supports all major social network platforms. The system has built-in hashtagging, Follow Friday and scheduling functions that make managing content posts extremely efficient, effective and profitable.

What Bundle Post is NOT:  Bundle Post is not a replacement for engagement, single posting or day to day management of social media accounts.  It does not replace services like Hootsuite or Tweetdeck.  It simply makes all the other required back office functions of social media content more efficient and effective.

We are excited about this additional system upgrade and the many more that are soon to follow. If you have questions about Bundle Post, feel free to connect with us. We are happy to get you a demo and answer any questions you may have.

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