Keyhole continues to grow as the number one hashtag analytics and account tracking tool, and we’re pleased to announce these new features for Follower Insights.
Despite launching a built-in tool, many social media marketers don’t want to create business accounts to access Instagram’s analytics platform.
What’s more, the market is filled with alternatives that offer similar capabilities and data points. In many cases, third-party tools offer features that Instagram’s platform doesn’t. This includes the ability to pull data from competitor profiles.
A range of Facebook analytics tools compete for the same market, forcing marketers and community managers to decide between similar products.
It’s difficult to avoid this decision — essentially every brand and business has target markets active on social media’s most popular network. Thankfully, diverse costs and capabilities can make it easier to choose.
A range of Instagram web apps compete for the same market, forcing community managers and digital marketers to decide between similar products.
Overlapping prices and features can make it a chore to choose. But different levels of effectiveness and user experience — as well as foci ranging from analysis to monitoring — can simplify the decision.
Finding and tracking conversations on social media was once a hurdle for digital marketers. Now, with a range of tools available, the challenge is finding the ideal one.
If social listening isn’t clearly benefiting your business, it could mean your approach has holes.
By monitoring URLs, keywords and hashtags – either manually or with a tracking tool – you can collect information about prospects, competitors and your industry at large to inform sales and marketing efforts. You’ll also open opportunities to directly interact with audience members.
Tracking and reporting social media analytics used to be a hurdle for digital marketers – now the problem is finding the ideal tool.
The market is filled with different platforms, ranging in niche, effectiveness and user experience. And due to the recent Topsy shut down, more social media managers than ever are searching for a suitable alternative.
If you’re a social media marketer, you’re probably searching for a replacement tool for Topsy. Apple recently shut down Topsy, two years after they purchased it for $200 million.
Don’t hit the panic button just yet – you can still gather the Twitter data you need (tweets, impressions, share of posts and demographics) to inform your social media campaigns using these top 3 alternate tools.