Laef 🐶🐱Programmer and co-creator, FindALostPet

What is your favourite free tool for posting to multiple social networks at once?

What tool do you use to post to multiple social networks (eg. Facebook Pages, Twitter, and all the rest)? What has the best analytics? What product provides the best features for free?
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  1. Matti HeubnerMarketing at Iris Health · Written
    Buffer is IMO the best tool out there to do that :)
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    Lachlan Campbell11Hack Club design/JS—HS 🎓—they/them—🌈 · Written
    Buffer, for sure. Scheduling, analytics, cross-posting, and more are built right in. Love it.
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    Rafaella TheocharousGreat products sell themselves · Written
    Definitely Buffer! Easy to use but also, you can check the analytics of each post!
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    CoSchedule

    A complete marketing calendar and social media planning tool

    Nora ConradOwner of NoraConrad.com · Written
    I LOVE CoSchedule. I've used Hootsuite, Buffer and Meet Edgar and I prefer CS to all of them. It's so easy to use, the layout is perfect and you can plan much more than just social posts. We use it for campaigns, blog posts, podcasts, videos and much more.
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    Lisa SivaFounder at Samwise · Written
    If you're creating not just social content, but editorial content as well, I can't recommend CoSchedule enough. You can schedule all of your tweets, Facebook posts, G+ posts, etc. around each piece of content, using a consistent recipe, so you never have to wonder, "Did I ever reshare that article?"
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    Everypost

    Post content to multiple social platforms from your mobile.

    Bruce Kraft Jr.CMO, social media & viral director · Written
    They allow picture uploads to pinterst and linkedin & dropbox, all of which are often ignored.
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  4. Chris BoucherStartup/Crowdfunding Guru, Crypto Addict · Written
    A great competitor of Buffer, both have pros and cons. Hootsuite is interesting as you can find some content already curated for re-posting. It is not too expensive as well. Just get used to it and you will probably love it. In addition, it also has a plugin for Chrome to schedule right from your browser a webpage.
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  5. Alin VladCMO, CyberGhost · Written
    I've been using Amplifr for several days now and just switched over to the lifetime plan (they have a deal on Appsumo https://appsumo.com/?r=4Pvy). It's very fast and have a great UX. I've used Buffer & Hootsuite in the past.
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  6. Nick Abouzeid37Words at Product Hunt ✌️ · Written
    Heard good things about Hootsuite!
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  7. Michael SimI'm a designer. http://michaelsim.me · Written
    If you have a ton of archival content, such as 100's of blog posts, and you want to drip-feed and recycle that content to multiple social networks, this does the job and is a better pricepoint than http://meetedgar.com.
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