Today we will look at one of the best social media management tools: Crowdfire.
By watching this video you will discover:
- What is Crowdfire
- What you can use Crowdfire for
- What are the main benefits of Crowdfire
- What are the cons of Crowdfire
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What is Crowdfire
Crowdfire is a social media management tool that helps managers of all sizes, businesses, and individuals manage their social media outcomes.
With a primary objective on social management, Crowdfire places a great deal of focus on programming material through your social platforms at the appropriate moments.
It adds social listening and analysis of rivals to the highest subscription levels.
Its greatest features include the simplicity with which you may use it to publish a wide range of material across all of your social media accounts.
It also boasts that it is the first social media management software to support posting on Tiktok, which could be useful for marketers who want to reach a younger demographic.
Crowdfire works with Facebook, Instagram, Youtube, Twitter, Pinterest, Linkedin, WordPress, Etsy, Shopify, Medium, 500px, Vimeo and many other platforms.
Crowdfire has a simple, clear interface that allows you to send a single message to all of your selected social networks, but you may also modify it for each account.
Crowdfire evolved from a product called Justunfollow. At that stage, the main purpose was to help the user follow and not follow Twitter followers en masse easily.
Other similar goods were available at that time, such as Manageflitter. In 2018, Twitter cracked down on the industry by restricting access to its Apis for the most part.
As a result, as with its rivals, Justunfollow had to alter its course.
They chose to become Crowdfollow and expand the social media management capabilities of their product.
They also expanded their Twitter coverage by themselves.
As a result, despite the fact that the product does not claim to have such a wide range of features as some of the competitors (who have always aimed to be social marketers and sales platforms), it fulfills its primary functions effectively.
To get started, you must first subscribe.
Now let’s see more in detail for what you can use Crowdfire
Crowdfire allows you to save a lot of time by keeping track of all of your social media accounts from one location and replying to all of your social media comments from one dashboard.
Crowdfire allows you to plan and publish your articles on the go.
With Crowdfire, you can share the most popular articles and images that your audience will enjoy across all of your social media accounts to keep your timeline buzzing.
Keep an eye on your linked websites, blogs, or online shops for news; and produce simple and attractive posts to share quickly on all of your social media sites.
All of your postings may be scheduled in advance and published automatically at the best times or at a time that you choose, saving you a lot of time and work.
Crowdfire streamlines the process of generating unique posts for each social media account and automatically customizes your postings for all of your profiles.
The Chrome plugin will let you share your favorite websites from the web to all of your social media platforms in just two clicks.
The RSS function allows you to add your favorite sites and blogs as fresh sources of information.
Using the Tailored Frequency option, Crowdfire may schedule the same piece to be published multiple times in a month.
Another nice advantage of Crowdfire is that, you can overload your Twitter account with features like Non Followers, Fans, Recent Unfollowers, Recent Followers, Inactive Following, Smart Feed, All Following, Competitors Followers, Keyword Search & Friend Check.
Crowdfire is one of the few social media tools that may be used effectively by both novices and experts.
More experienced users will appreciate the smooth interface of dashboards with everything you need to know at a glance.
With the simplest of methods, you can create a lot of buzz.
You may enjoy deep analytics, download lovely ready-to-submit reports, and construct personalized reports.
What are the main benefits of Crowdfire
Most creators around the world use Crowdfire and if you want to be one of them or make your online business great, then you just have to try.
It’s simple to upload a variety of material across all of your social media accounts using Crowdfire.
The software’s user interface is simple to use and easy to understand, making it very straightforward to access.
The most incredible aspect is the wide range of platforms you may connect to: internet sites, blogs, e-commerce websites, YouTube and more.
Crowdfire focuses on ensuring that you make your posts at the best times for your audience, so you generally won’t think about the exact time of publication while you’re doing your scheduled posts.
Simply drop the posts into your queue.
However, if you are familiar with your social audience and can control the optimal times for each network yourself, this may be an option.
Crowdfire lets you manually adjust the best times, network by network and day by day.
Then, of course, you may blend your organization’s material with other curated content, both post and image.
Crowdfire also manages the new social networks well.
It may have originated as a Twitter application, but it’s now available for other platforms like Tiktok.
It also recognizes the intrinsic importance of images nowadays, with Instagram and Pinterest clearly provided for.
You may see an indication of the number of additional postings you have left for the next seven days in your Queue Meter.
On each social network, you may choose a preferred number of daily posts.
If the Queue Meter reads a positive number, this indicates that additional material must be made or discovered.
Crowdfire has a variety of evaluations to help you assess your social progress.
This begins with an overview of all of your social media accounts, including important data for each one.
You can choose to display statistics for the previous seven days, yesterday, or the last 30 days.
The Advanced Analytics section is more advanced.
You have more options to set dates and a wider range of statistics.
The higher floors also allow the analysis of competitors and the construction of customized reports.
Reports that are customized appear to be quite beneficial to organizations wanting to understand the success of their postings.
Another section limited to the upper floors is Mentions.
This is in fact a social listening tool that lets you monitor when people mention your business or account in their social media posts.
Although it isn’t as comprehensive as some of the specialized tools we’ve looked at, it may be useful to businesses that want to keep an eye on things in general and prevent a catastrophe in public relations.
There is also the option to connect to WordPress blogs is for someone who runs a WordPress site.com.
Content curation is one of the strengths of Crowdfire.
There are four options: Articles, Pictures, My Posts and RSS.
There’s essentially a fifth option, as you can download the Chrome extension from Crowdfire, which lets you share virtually any web page you come across.
You can use them to create social posts, both from other content (Articles, Images, RSS) and from your own (My posts).
The My Posts section goes to your linked blog, Youtube channel / Twitch, or online store, and searches for any recent content.
Crowdfire then builds potential social media posts for each of your connected social media accounts.
What are the cons of Crowdfire
Crowdfire has a free version, but is rather limited, although it gives you the chance to test your main capabilities.
For example, it does not include more sophisticated functions such as competitor analysis or social listening.
In addition, the unified calendar of your upcoming posts is only included in Premium and VIP plans.
That said, even if you opt for one of these plans, the unified calendar is not as detailed and flexible.
However, the free plan is good for testing the basic skills it offers.
If you want to use the actual capacity of Crowdfire, you must subscribe to one of its paid plans.
The good news is that the prices of their paid plans are reasonable if you compare them with most similar software solutions.
You can find out in the description a link just for you to have a bonus to test Crowdfire.
Another cons of Crowdfire is that it disconnects you after a certain period of time.
Also, once you’ve been disconnected, it takes some time to figure out how to log back in.
To conclude, I am convinced that the advantages of Crowdfire are manifold and surpass the cons.
Let me know in the comments what you think and if you have doubts or questions write me and I will answer you soon.