What do people think of Yatter Social?
I like the company and the attitude towards their customers and what they want to do with the platform. I've been lucky enough to get to know the company and the staff a little and I'm always impressed with how hard they work to improve the system.
I'm excited to see this platform grow, so give it a chance and try it out at least. Also reach out to the Yatter team on social as they love feedback, that's what makes the platform improve over time.
I have been using Yatter since July 2017 - I was one of the early adopters. I have found the training given by Richard and Colin to be excellent and the platform itself meets my needs. I have forged relationships with others that I would otherwise not have met and we comment and retweet each other's work. I also run a twitter hour. The backbone of this hour is shoutouts to certain accounts, thanks and highlighting accounts. Yatter allows me to schedule this in advance so that during the hour I can concentrate on retweeting the messages from the users, I can facilitate conversation and I can be seen. I used to be a Hootsuite fan, but since I have found Yatter, I have dumped HS. Try it out for yourself!
I've been looking for a tool like this for a while. I feel so ahead of the game and extra strategic because I can time things like Retweeting something without having to drop everything to do it when the time is right.
Having a tool the make social scheduling easier is a gift to people that work in my space.
No not MySpace but if Viant Technology wanted to do something worth while with the "Great Grandfather" of Social Media they would be wise to take some tips from Richard and his team at Yatter Social.
I mean it's a gift for people that work in social media management or consulting. We spend our days showing people and companies how to use social media and how to be smart with it. Using Yatter is the smartest thing I have ever done as I can now handle more work and further demonstrate the good in social media.
I have used this product for months now and I'm not turning back.
I thought I'd read the reviews before signing up. I noticed some patterns in their Facebook reviews… No reviews for months at a time and then 4 reviews on the same day… all within 35 minutes. So I did a little research.
Peter Carmichael - 13/09/2017 05:10 - Fake account?
Robert Hamilton - 12/10/2017 01:01 - Could be real.
Grantus Maximus - 22/12/2017 07:50 - Fake account?
** Here is where it gets interesting **
Matthew Ross - 01/02/2018 05:38 - Fake account?
Gordon Alexander MacPherson - 01/02/2018 05:53 - Fake account?
Jimmy Monteith - 01/02/2018 06:02 - Fake account?
Robert Munro - 01/02/2018 06:13 - Fake account?
** End of fake looking reviews **
Greg Friel - 09/05/2018 15:41 - Real.
Liam McCann - 4 months ago - Real.
Peter Carmichael - 7 months ago - Fake account? Same persona as FB.
Gordon MacPherson - 4 months ago - Fake account? 10 Reviews total, 8 of which look to be on the same day.
Simon Robb - 10 months ago - Real.
Upcoming page had around 30,000 subscribers - yet the neighbouring pages all had between 50 and 200 subscribers, why is their number so high?
The fake reviews make me question what other grey practices they’re using, I'd consider sticking with a reputable name such as Buffer, Hootsuite, Social Pilot or any of the other established products that do the same thing in a saturated social media market.
I’m keeping my API keys away from these guys.
How long before they start using customers social media accounts for their own gains?
Yatter has been a very useful tool for my organisation. It has allowed us to grow our online presence as well as expand our community and contacts. Having previously used similar products I would gladly recommend Yatter as we have experienced better results from a platform that is much easier to use.