Use the post editor to create your posts and customize them for each social media channel, and take a look at the post preview to see how it will show up on social media. You can also import content to SocialBee from various sources, like RSS Feeds, Pocket, media files, links, and CSVs for quick and easy access to more content.
Post variations let you create fresh versions of the same post across channels to ensure that it’s optimized for each. (Throw around words like “strategic” and “synergy” for LinkedIn.) Once you’ve created or imported your content, add hashtags, emojis, GIFs, and photos, then schedule it for your social media channels. Or you can import designs directly from Canva.
When you schedule posts in SocialBee, you’ll get to decide if it’s a one-time post or a post you’d like to recycle (that is, post again at a later date). Automate and optimize your posting even further by scheduling based on content categories, so you can organize your posts by category to get a better mix of content.
Just like that chore wheel on your fridge for your adult roommates, you need a system for scheduling when it comes to social media. With SocialBee, you can generate a schedule for your profiles and add time slots that are relevant based on when your audience is online.
The main dashboard offers an overview of all your connected profiles, letting you add more profiles, designate separate schedules for each, and create a time-specific posting. Preview your post and add any final touches before it’s published. Thanks to Schedule Stats, you’ll also be able to see how often you’re posting to maintain consistency.
Measure your efforts with SocialBee's Analytics feature, which displays your top-performing posts, follower growth, and activity status. You can customize all the links you’ll be sharing with shorteners like Bitly, Rebrandly, Replug, and even other AppSumo fam tools, like PixelMe, JotUrl, RocketLink, and Switchy.