Hootsuite Aggregated Reviews

Hootsuite 01

August 10, 2019

I’ve never gotten a lot out of hootsuite at any level.
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Hootsuite 02

August 10, 2019

Used to use Hootsuite, but switched to eclincher based off of good reviews. Functionality, and ease of use i’m super happy with
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Hootsuite 03

August 10, 2019

I’m a fan of hootsuite. What exactly are you looking to upgrade to? As in what features are you looking for that Hootsuite doesn’t have. Depending on your budget Sysomos might be another option to you.
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Hootsuite 04

August 10, 2019

Hootsuite is by far one of the best I’ve used. The platform is easy to use and makes scheduling posts/managing a breeze.
Now if only it cam with a built-in hashtag generator for SMM purposes….
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Hootsuite 05

August 10, 2019

I’ve tried a number of apps/websites to help streamline my social media and none of them have been ideal. I’ve come up with my own scheduling system which takes an Instagram post and automatically shares it with Twitter and Pinterest. I’ve been using it for a few weeks and, so far, I’ve found it easier and more convenient than Hootsuite.
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Hootsuite 06

August 10, 2019

Hootsuite is my go-to free option. The interface isn’t as clean as I’d like, but if I’m using it for small/personal projects then think the free price tag is a fair trade-off.
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Hootsuite 07

August 10, 2019

Hootsuite will be the cheaper option if price is a concern and also integrates with a lot more apps than Agorapulse. Sign up for a free trial of them both to see which one best suits your needs.
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Hootsuite 08

August 10, 2019

I personally use hootsuite & Buffer for SM automation/scheduling. Both great tools.
I would recommend you sign up for the free hootsuite acct and use it for a while. Test it out and see how it aligns with your needs.
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Hootsuite 09

August 10, 2019

I am a bit late to the party but thought I’d add my two cents as well. Hootsuite is more of a social media management platform rather than a monitoring tool, similarly to Sprout Social and Buffer . Sure, you can use them for monitoring, but these are not monitoring tools at their core.
You could also try some free tools, someone mentioned TweetDeck which I am personally a big fan of, however, it will only help you with Twitter automation.
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Hootsuite 10

August 10, 2019

I’ve had the same issues with Hootsuite, but pricing compared to Sprout Social and Hubspot is drastically different. I use Hubspot , but it’s not cheap like Hootsuite.
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Hootsuite 11

August 10, 2019

We currently are using Hootsuite at work. We’ve had issues with scheduling posts that have included images (as in, posts with images will not post at all), and needed to re-connect Hootsuite with our networks more than once (because scheduled posts kept rejecting, even if no image was added).
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Hootsuite 12

August 10, 2019

if you’re using a different SMM tool that’s not outrageously priced (I’m talking to you Hootsuite) let me know too!
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Hootsuite 13

August 10, 2019

Follow up question, do any of these apps support carousel posts? I’m using hootsuite rn and carousel posts still aren’t able to be scheduled (only 1 image is posted)
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Hootsuite 14

August 10, 2019

I’m using Hootsuite and loving it.
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Hootsuite 15

August 10, 2019

Yes, Hootsuite finally updated to post on your behalf the way it does for other platforms. Or more likely Instagram allowed it.
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Hootsuite 16

August 10, 2019

Knowledge of a specific product is rarely more important than knowledge of a subject matter. Products are far easier to learn and master, especially if you understand concepts. For instance, knowing how to use HootSuite takes far less time to master than knowing how to run and optimize a successful paid social program.
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Hootsuite 17

August 10, 2019

The magic of HootSuite is in the add-ons. Location-based targeting for Instagram for example. But good luck with whatever you find.
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Hootsuite 18

August 10, 2019

Had the same issue with Hootsuite, UI annoyed me and at some point videos for Instagram broke completely. Switched to Buffer and never looked back again, very happy!
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Hootsuite 19

August 10, 2019

We recently moved to Sprout Social , its cheaper then HootSuite and supports all platforms.
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Hootsuite 20

August 10, 2019

If you’re interested in learning more about social media, Facebook Blueprint and Twitter Flight School both offer far far more for free. Please don’t waste your money with HootSuite. They’re trash.
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Hootsuite 21

August 10, 2019

No, there are so many free resources that are constantly being updated. Facebook Blueprint is a great place to start. (After all, they are the social media giant!) I agree with another user that Salesforce is more worth the price tag and Hootsuite is by no means a top software. I’ve worked in two top NYC social media agencies and neither of them use
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Hootsuite 22

August 10, 2019

Hootsuite and Canva and creative cloud Agency Analytics Grasshopper to manage a bunch of phone numbers SEO PowerSuite Moz On and on
No shortage of tools with their shitty yearly billing. Clients often ask why our retainer is so high and I just send a list of tools and costs.
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Hootsuite 23

August 10, 2019

You can try either HootSuite or Buffer . HootSuite lets you manage social media channels and you can use it to delegate tasks to other users. Buffer is a content publishing platform, which lets you publish and schedule content to social networks and it supports fewer platforms than Hootsuite. We are not a big fan of both, we use Facebook scheduler and analytics to post and monitor performance, same goes to other platforms.
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Hootsuite 24

August 10, 2019

I was using Hootsuite for a while, but it just seemed clunky for what I needed. I wanted something basic since I wasn’t really interested in social media reporting, so I switched to buffer and I love it.
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Hootsuite 25

August 10, 2019

I tested all the above for my company. We thought Loomly was the best by far because of its ease of use and pricing. It’s been 6 months since we switched from Hootsuite and it’s been amazing!
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Hootsuite 26

August 10, 2019

Hootsuite Pro has come a long way. I use it daily and as of the last month or so they finally have direct Instagram publishing. (Before you had to get a reminder to go manually post)
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Hootsuite 27

August 10, 2019

I am using SocialPilot. I used Hootsuite previously. I like SocialPilot better. I find it a little less tedious to use when posting a lot of content in advance. I don’t have anything against Hootsuite though. I should add that SP has everything you were asking about.
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