SocialBase Helps Manage Your Social Media Workflow

Posted by Jennifer Ettmayer
Jennifer Ettmayer
Jen Ettmayer previously worked in financial services, most recently as a research analyst. She also has experi...
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on Tuesday, 02 August 2011 in Social Media

After covering every social media tool out there for the past two years, Oneforty understands social media.  They also know that managing all your profiles and staying on top of all your tasks can be overwhelming and chaotic. Especially if you are managing an entire team at the same time.  To make your life easier, they have created SocialBase a workflow management platform specifically geared for social media.

SocialBase is a tool that helps you stay organized when managing your social media projects.  It allows you to make task lists and track your progress over time.  You can also manage your team by assigning tasks to team members directly via the platform.  This means that important items are less likely to fall through the cracks!  You can also designate the social media platform you wish to utilize for each task (Twitter, blog, Facebook, etc.) so that directions are clearly defined.  Such tasks can be planned on a daily, weekly and even monthly basis.

In addition to being super useful, SocialBase is also extremely easy to use.  Everything is in one place, accessible from a very user-friendly dashboard.  Oneforty also provides a lot of user support for the tool as well as additional handbooks to help you get off the ground running. 

Overall, SocialBase will streamline your social media strategies and increase the efficiency of your team.  But don’t take our word for it – try it yourself.  SocialBase is now offering a 30-day free trial https://oneforty.com/socialbase/new.

 

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Jen Ettmayer previously worked in financial services, most recently as a research analyst. She also has experience working with small businesses on marketing and operations strategies. Jen is finishing her MBA at The University of Chicago Booth School of Business and will then transfer to the Information Services industry.

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