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15 Social Media Tools I Use FOR this Blog, My Social Media and Clients’ Accounts in 2023

Updated: 4 days ago

Hi, Simon Zaku here and today, I want to walk you through the tools I use to run this very blog, website and all my client's social media accounts.

People often ask me what I use or recommend in business.

The following curative list contains social media tools I use, resources I trust and recommendations for entrepreneurs, marketers, startups and agencies.

Social Media Tools I Use FOR this Blog, My Social Media Accounts, and Clients Accounts - These are Tools I Highly Recommend

1. Buffer

I've been using a buffer since day one and I still use it. It's my easy go-to social media management tool for most of my social media automation tasks. Especially LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook.

I love how simple Buffer is. If you hate sophisticated analytics but love something simple but cool dashboards then the buffer is the right one for you.

I pay $15 monthly for Buffer. Worth it for me.

You can use Buffer’s free plan (which is okay) but you can upgrade to a paid plan if you need more features like the number of accounts you can follow/unfollow etc.

2. Tailwind

Pinterest is one of the easiest ways to generate good traffic from social platforms. It requires consistent quality content. And that's why I use Tailwind.

It is a Pinterest scheduling and management application that's the best in the game. It's what I use presently.

3. Hostgator

Hostgator is one of the best hosting companies in the world. I've used Hostgator for more than 6 years now without any serious or unresolved issues.

I've also powered several websites on Hostgator over the years.

4. SmarterQueue

SmarterQueue is a social media management and automation tool.

Most bloggers use these tools to load “share queues” with their blog content (and other people’s content) and to pre-schedule posts to Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, LinkedIn, etc.

What I love about SmarterQueue is its evergreen automation feature.

You get to schedule your blog posts once and SmarterQueue will continually repost them on your social media channels without you having to do it.

Pretty cool and recommended!

5. Bluehost

Just like Hostgator, Bluehost does the same work even more efficiently (though more expensive).