BuzzBundle and Buffer review: which SMM software is worth it?
Buffer is a web-based tool mainly for sharing information in social media established on the fact that we need to make tweets and posts time-spaced. Twitter does not have a scheduling tool, and Facebook scheduling leaves much to be desired. Buffer automatically schedules posts to several social media and allows drag-and-drop posts order change.
Buffer also has browser extensions to add posts to the queue while surfing the web and e-mail and Google Reader integration (which is now useless as Google Reader is closing soon).
Thus, Buffer as a social management tool seems to be useful for personal social accounts handling, but it's not the best solution for complex marketing activities. In fact, it is good for scheduling, but it doesn't allow reading feeds and managing them by replying, liking and adding to favorites, you cannot receive and send messages, post comments or do native retweets and shares with the help of this.
It is clearly seen from the table above, unlike Buffer, that BuzzBundle is a multipurpose social tool. Besides offering all features you'll find in Buffer, BuzzBundle lets you:
- Use more social media networks
- Read and manage your social news feeds
What is more, BuzzBundle is great not only for personal usage, but for corporate accounts management and professional SMM, giving the tools you need for raising brand awareness and monitoring communities for brand mentions.
BuzzBundle lets you conduct all the marketing and social media activities from one workplace, while Buffer is used only for scheduling and sharing and requires using native web-interface feeds for other actions.
Though priced considerably cheaper, Buffer goes far behind BuzzBundle's rich functionality, making BuzzBundle a much more cost-effective solution for your biz.
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