As someone who has multiple endeavors going on at the same time, I have a lot of social media profiles for each one. If you add up the number of profiles, the total would come up to…A LOT!
It’s hard to keep up with one social media profile let alone a multitude of them. Although my mind does go crazy sometimes while trying to keep up with everything, I’m sure that things would get a lot crazier if I didn’t have a few tools to help me keep up with and update all of my accounts. These three tools are apps that I use religiously and now I’m sharing them with you!
I’ve talked about Canva before and I will continue to talk about it because it has helped me, and many other creators, since the beginning of my creator journey. I use Canva to create all of my content for every one of my accounts! There are so many tools within Canva itself (including a content calendar) that you could probably use it alone. I truly don’t know what I’d do without this website/app and I highly recommend it.
Notion is my favorite for organizing and planning, not just for my social media profiles, but to plan my week in general. There are so many things you can do on Notion that it may confuse you but just take your time. Regarding how I use it for my social media profiles, I like to use it to plan out content for them as well as my blog and podcast. Without notion, I’d be an unorganized mess…well a bigger unorganized mess!
In a sea filled with different scheduling apps, Buffer is truly the holy grail for me! Buffer is what I use to schedule all of my posts that go up on my social media profiles. If you need something to help you keep a consistent schedule, this is per for you. As I said at the beginning of this post, I have many profiles and Buffer allows me to put them all on my account so that I can schedule my posts. Even if it’s not this app, I recommend choosing some form of a scheduling app so that you’re never worrying about keeping up with posting.
Other than being a lot of help with my social media profiles, one thing that I love about each of these tools is that they come in an app and website. It’s convenient based on your preference.
I can say for certain that these three tools will remain staples in my list and I hope that they will now become staples in yours! Have you tried or do you already use any of these apps? If so, which is your favorite?