- Clean user interface
- Schedule to post to multiple groups, etc.
- Once set up, most social media is automated
- Great support website
- So many features that it can be a bit overwhelming at first
- Video tutorials could be improved or more added
I have tried (and still use) a number of online social media schedulers such as Hootsuite, Tweepi and others. While they have some great time saving features there are still a lot of things on my “wish list” that these tools simply don’t have.
For instance, I would like to be able to do more to automate Facebook and interact with groups without having to post to each one individually. Mass Planner automatically finds Groups based on my criteria and Joins (or Un-Joins) them if I no longer find them useful. I can schedule posts on as many Facebook pages as I want and publish clickable images, which is a huge time saver. Mass Planner keeps a history of your posts so that you can track the visits and leads. This is just a few of the Facebook features that are available and I’m eager to check out the rest.
Please note that it will take some time to set up all of your social media accounts but it’s well worth the effort. I spent about 2 or 3 hours setting my accounts but the more familiar I became with the application, the quicker and easier it was to work with Mass Planner. Once you have all of your accounts in place, I would recommend taking them one at a time to learn and implement a campaign. I was a bit like a “kid in a candy store” anxious to jump in and try everything, so that actually might have used up more of my time than if I had taken it a bit at a time.
There are social media scheduling video tutorials to help you along the way
I work with two monitors so I had Mass Planner open on one screen while I viewed the video tutorials on the other screen. Although the videos did help quite a bit, I found some of them rushed and difficult to keep up with, so I had to keep pausing and going back to catch important things I missed. There are also some good videos on YouTube from third parties that might be more useful. I haven’t had time to check them out but I will…very soon.
Social media features galore!
There are so many options and features that I still haven’t gotten into the best ones yet. I started with getting more followers, Likes and the basics. Probably the most advanced feature I tried (so far) was the Mentions tool which allowed me to spin my own syntax so that I wouldn’t have any duplicate message issues with Twitter. Campaigns are automatically backed up which is great if you want to replicate one in the future. Along with a complete history and statistics, I can keep track of everything in one place. That’s a great time saver for me. I’m not going to ramble on about all of the features because there are so many and that’s what attracted me the most to this application. You can see all the features on the Mass Planner website.
Ordering was quick and easy
I chose the 6 month option and was given a discount. Currently, there is a 5 day free trial period which means you will not be charged until after 5 days have passed. I paid via PayPal so I believe you can go in and cancel the transaction prior to the 5 day free trial expiration, if you’re not satisfied with Mass Planner. With an offer like that, you’ve got nothing to lose and in just 5 days, Mass Planner can probably get you a lot more social media influence than you could if you did it all manually. Pretty sweet deal.
Mass Planner Social Media Scheduler
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