Honestly, I don’t know what I would do without these 3 apps. Okay, maybe that’s a bit of an exaggeration. But seriously, without these three apps, I’d probably spend several hours more on my social media, and I would take a huge dive in both quality and consistency. If you’re trying to run multiple social media account and build a brand, and you’re not using these already, I’m betting you will after this.
1- Buffer: Schedule Your Posts
Buffer is a great platform for scheduling posts across multiple social media accounts. You can have up to 3 accounts for free, and you can set a customized posting schedule for each account. You can also leave the same caption on each post, or customize them for each network. There are a ton of great other features in Buffer, and I love it. There’s a pretty good browser version, but the app is where Buffer truly shines.
2- Adobe Spark: Congrats, You’re A Graphic Designer
Adobe Spark is a high-powered and extremely useful tool. It makes it so easy to create graphics that are specifically sized for whatever social media use you need. You can add text, icons, photos, and so much more. Create a design once, then easily create versions for other social media platforms with just a couple clicks. Customize colors, add effects, and export as JPGs, PNGs, and even video files. Just like Buffer, you can use it on a mobile app or the desktop. Both options are awesome, and all your work syncs across all your devices if you log in with a free Adobe account.
3- Unsplash: Get The Best Pictures, Free!
Unsplash is something of a miracle. It’s literally thousands and thousands of ultra high-quality photos that are totally free. You don’t even have to log in! Browser and app are both supported, and both work great. Seriously, check it out.
What Are You Waiting For?
So there ya go…you have everything you need to be on top of your social media game! Get to work and try these apps out, and let me know what you think.
Also, if you have any other apps or tools that you love for social media, I want to hear about them. You can email me directly at email@example.com.
Go get em!