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Social media is here to stay in the marketing world and, by all accounts, it will only further penetrate all aspects of life and work.

As we enter 2016, many social-media experts are already forecasting the direction of social media in the new year. From generating leads to protecting your reputation, these 20 social-media tools are just a few of hundreds now available to enhance your social-media presence and investment.

  1. Canva
  2. Buffer
  3. Brand24
  4. Edgar
  5. Bundlepost
  6. Nuzzel
  7. Cyfe
  8. Social Clout
  9. SecureMySocial
  10. AgoraPulse
  11. Nuvi
  12. Follower Wonk
  13. Feedly
  14. Inkybee
  15. Adobe Post
  16. Sendible
  17. Person App
  18. Openr
  19. Socedo
  20. Babbly
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    Jeremie Moritz

    almost 2 years ago #

    Canva is the coolest for any team

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    James McAllister

    almost 2 years ago #

    Right when I saw Canva, I knew this wasn't going to be another article that lists a bunch of different tools that essentially do the same thing.

    Glad this one has a good mix of tools that both directly and indirectly aid with social media work. Far too many list articles neglect the other import aspects.

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    Mahesh Dabade

    almost 2 years ago #

    Canva seems like a good tool. Posting content manually on social media is very hectic at some times. Buffer might help cope with this problem. Posting schedule will also become constant. I use cyfe it has helped me a lot with SEO . Thank you for sharing the post. It is very informative.

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    Yuv Maoz

    almost 2 years ago #

    If you liked Canva, you should also try Buffer's tool for the same purpose - Pablo: https://buffer.com/pablo

    I would also invite you guys to try our tools at Klear.com for finding social influencers.

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    John Miller

    almost 2 years ago #

    Good resource.

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    Stacy-Ann Hayles

    almost 2 years ago #

    Always grateful for app lists because you always find a few you've never heard of that can really come in handy. Thanks!

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    jonah engler

    almost 2 years ago #

    Love canva!

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    Brand Winnie

    almost 2 years ago #

    +1 for Canva!

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    Gail Gardner

    almost 2 years ago #

    I already use Canva and Inkybee (for identifying blogs by topic and quality for blog outreach). The tools I really need to use more are AgoraPulse for Facebook management, Socedo for Twitter lead generation, and Cyfe for dashboards.

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    Joy Healey

    almost 2 years ago #

    I have been using Buffer for quite a while now and find it really helpful. My pages look very lonely if my Buffer empties - although I do get emails to prompt me to go and fill it up again!

    Adobe.Post looks like a tool I should investigate too - well, they all do! Thanks for a great share.

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    Filipe Almeida

    almost 2 years ago #

    +1 for Cyfe. Aweasome for dashboards and SEO

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    Rajesh Namase

    almost 2 years ago #

    Resourceful list. Scheduling tools like Buffer, Bundlepost are really a time saver. I use Buffer on a daily basis. Thanks for sharing this article.

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    Edward Stephens

    almost 2 years ago #

    I've been with Canva since really early on - it's completely re-invented our expectation for what a good pitch deck should look like. It takes 45 minutes to create something that historically would have taken a designer days.

    Great article and good to see if feeding so much discussions, as @jamesMcAllister said this isn't your average list.

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