A recent infographic, created in collaboration by OneForty and Kissmetrics, dives into the world of Social Media Monitoring tools (SMM), showing how users feel about their current tools and which tools are preferred over others.
Thanks so much for sharing this with the Flowtown community!
You forgot to include NutshellMail! (http://nutshellmail.com) NutshellMail is free and has more users than half of the tools you listed.
Great addition. We just reblogged this, you should ping oneforty: http://oneforty.com/blog/what-are-the-best-social-media-monitoring-tools/
These are survey results actually… Tho we have nutshellmail featured in LOTs of toolkits on our site http://oneforty.com/item/nutshellmail#toolkits
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Very useful article! I especially love that you shared all those free tools with us and specifying what exactly each of them do. I was aware of most but some are new to me so thanks for clueing me in, I’ll definitely check them out!
Nice collection of resources. Many thanks.
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No doubt this landscape of monitoring solutions is becoming cluttered… and more difficult for marketers to navigate. A study was published yesterday which begins to identify a stronger likelihood of satisfaction for users of paid tools: http://www.webliquidgroup.com/social-media-monitoring-survey
If you simply need to monitor a specific keyword or phrase (such as a brand name) in social media, please try our brand new SMM tool:http://informant.se/SocialMediaMonitor/
Just enter the search word and watch the news items as they happen in real-time, then subscribe if the results suit your needs. Extremely easy to set up and handles many languages.
Here – http://www.wanna.to – you can
take a look what twitter users wanna to do. There are statistics for
user ‘wannas’ by wanna/action – for day, month and hour. More statistics
will be added soon. It is not only for Twitter users, anyone could say
what he wants directly on the site.
A shame not to see Brandwatch in there. It’s a paid tool with firehose access, with prices £400/month+. It’s one of the most popular tools available. I can see Sysomos were also excluded who are similarly big.
thanks a lot for share this tools….its a mazing
I can more easily monitor google thank you very much!!!!!
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Great tools actually. It is really worthy to use in a business in helping them to manage their business better. Also, it’s a great tool to use in subtly making their way to success.