If you are looking to increase productivity by ditching the conventional browser getaways, this article will surely come in handy!
Most social media marketers are always looking to leverage internet browsers for simplifying things without compromising on the functionality. Here are the nifty little ways which can propel things in a positive direction, helping marketers reach their goals, faster.
#1: Use OneTab for Perfect Grouping
Here is one simple tool for grouping multiple tabs in a single place— allowing marketers to organize, save and sort the same, accordingly. The toolbar icon needs to be accessed and this will stack up the browser tabs right under a unified area.
OneTab is hugely beneficial for someone who researches articles online as it will save all tabs under one roof. Marketers will then be able to read articles with ease without getting lost, mid-way. Links need not be followed as OneTab will arrange all aces in one place as the toolbar icon helps revisit the older tabs as well— spanned across days or even weeks.
Most importantly, one can also save the created list as a webpage which can be viewed by others, based on permissions.
#2: Using ‘Evernote Web Clipper’ for Saving Web Pages
This tool is extremely beneficial for marketers who prefer clipping a web page to look in later. This can be either saved as an article or a bookmark, depending upon the format. Once clipped, users can choose the saving mode based on the preferences with the options being full page, screenshot and many more. After that, one can pair in comments, Facebook posts and even tags before incorporating them into the Evernote folder.
For example, if a marketer is looking to access pages on voter id card for gathering additional information, he or she can clip the desired articles for future references. Moreover, information on Id cards can change with time but Evernote can keep a track of these ramifications and offer suggestions, accordingly. Therefore, this clipper is self-upgradeable and an important tool in the marketing arsenal.
Within the folder, these entities can be shared with the general public, based on personal discretion. This is where the ‘Web Clipper Dialog’ box comes to rescue. If the user is logging in, via the mobile, sharing the clips becomes easier— be it over hangouts, Facebook or other messaging apps.
#3: Use Grammarly for Editing Content
Here is a simple yet powerful editing app that sits on top of the browser toolbar, offering valuable insights into recommended edits— even in real-time. One can either opt for the paid or free version— depending upon the preferences.
With the free version, marketers can make use of advanced spelling and grammar suggestions followed by punctuation checks and a lot more. This app sits and works in the hindsight and the user will be seeing a green icon for a clean copy and red icon for anything that needs improvement.
The paid version brings out a few more features which are pretty robust and include the likes of structural suggestions for sentences, vocab enhancing ideas and even plagiarism detector. One can also send the drafts to the professional proofreaders.
#4: Use Hootlet for Scheduling Social Posts
One can easily schedule myriad social posts using the Hootlet, an extension to the powerful HootSuite app. The extension to this app can be made to reside on the browser. One needs to open a website post and click on the Hootlet icon for scheduling the same as per the time frame. Other options include making edits and posting them to selective locations.
#5: Use Rite Tag for Researching Hashtags
Trending hashtags are pretty good to work with as they offer a lot of necessary traction. It is quite easy for marketers to identify the trending ones using the RiteTag. The free version searches tags based on topics and keywords while the browser extension can be acquired using the paid scheme. On using this tool, marketers can spice up the social media posts with relevant hashtags.
The extension also allows users to add emoji, edits CTAs and even upload images— right into the posts. Apart from that, marketers can also search for free GIFs for using them with their posts.
#6: Use RocketBolt for Tracking Email Clicks
Social media marketing is actually heavily dependent on emails and it is therefore necessary to identify the click through rate for your drafted mails. RocketBolt is a powerful tool that sits pretty in the background and tracks email opens, pretty discreetly. The paid version tracks the number of people reading the mail along with the what the individuals are sharing over the social media. It also identifies the number of people visiting your website and the nature of feedback across multiple social platforms.
Each of these extensions is powerful on its own but it is advised to install and use them in cohesion. One example would be to pull multiple pages into one using the One Tab and saving them as annotations using the Evernote Clipper.