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Best Tools to Create your Social Media Content Planner

If you didn’t read my last post about “why every business needs a social media content planner…”, then here’s a brief recap – if you don’t have a social media content planner, you’re basically setting your business up for failure when it comes to social media. If you want a more detailed recap, read the blog post here. 

So today, I’ll give you my top 3 best tools to create your social media content planner…for FREE! 

Trello

A fantastic organizational tool that’s incredibly effective for allowing collaboration within teams. You can use Trello in a multitude of ways – such as assigning cards, having customizable boards and lists to map out your “to post list” – all of which make creating social media content calendars a breeze! Trello also offers a full calendar view which makes it easy to visualize what content is going out, and when.

Asana

Similar to Trello, but with a whole project template for Social Media planning which makes it even easier to map out your social media content strategy! With a full calendar view and the ability to make posts dependent on each other i.e. when you’re trying to create a funnel through your blog posts, Asana makes social media content management as easy as 123. 

Evernote

You might think hmm, how does a note-taking app help me create a social media content planner? Well it’s fairly simple, with features like weekly, monthly and yearly logs, a web-clipper extension to save links for sharing later on, snapping photos to save in your files to have a backlog of content to post – Evernote works a treat as a social media content planner!

There you go, my helpful tools to help take your social media strategy to the next level – so go on, experiment with them! Every business is unique, so who knows which one will work best for you. It may be one or a combination of these tools which can help you execute your content strategy and start driving those sales. 

If you do try them, let me know your thoughts in the comments below? Or if you use something totally different, let us know because we’re always eager to experiment with new tools!

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