Step-by-Step Guide to HALR’s Social Media Tool
No marketing software would be complete without a social media management tool. HALR makes managing social media content easy, letting you design and publish engaging social experiences in minutes.
Using the Social Media tool, you are able to schedule messages to go out at a specific time. You can also restrict social channels to only posts during predetermined windows of time; for example, you may only wish to tweet between 9:00 – 17:00, Monday to Friday.
From your social dashboard you can tweet, post, blog, monitor and engage with fans and followers on social networks to drive brand awareness, advocacy, loyalty, and sales.
- Social Media Publishing
- Social Media Scheduling
- Social Media Analytics
- Social Media Messaging
It’s easy to integrate your social media with your local marketing plan and strategies, deliver content, measure its impact and streamline your efforts.
Multiple Social Media Channels
The Social Media module currently supports Twitter. Facebook and LinkedIn, as we felt these channels would add the broadest value for solopreneurs and small businesses.
Log in to your main HALR dashboard and click on the SOCIAL MEDIA button on the left side. If this is the first time that you are using this feature, you will be asked to connect your social business profiles.
To get the most out of HALR and benefit your business, we recommend that you connect to all accounts. If you are don’t have one of the social accounts or any at all, please go ahead and create those accounts.
Should you need them, here are the links to sign up to:
Assuming you have all your social accounts and you have now connected them with the HALR software, here’s what to do next.
Click on the MANAGE SOCIAL MEDIA link
Post directly to Twitter or schedule tweets for a later time.
Use the Facebook Social Media module to submit the following post types:
- Status Updates
- Photos – choose which album images are posted to
Any post failures are explained with a specific reason provided by Twitter or Facebook. Examples might include a duplicate post content or exceeding Twitter’s flood policy.
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