The Best Social Media Scheduler I’ve Ever Used: ViralTag

Searching for the perfect social media scheduler? Look no further! I tried out Viraltag using their free trial and fell in love with their integrations for Pinterest, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin, and Tumblr! Check out all their features on the blog, The Confused Millennial™

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Okay so I have been searching high and low for the ultimate social media scheduler solution. I’ve tried Buffer, I’ve tried Hootsuite, I’ve tried Drumup, and was about to try BoardBooster… when I stumbled across ViralTag*.

Viraltag* = GAME CHANGER.

Seriously, it did everything I’ve always dreamt a social media scheduler could do!

Viraltag* can be accessed via a regular website or via an app on your phone. With it I could schedule pins and posts in advance to Pinterest, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, & LinkedIn.

 

 

They also give you the flexibility to stagger the posts via the schedule button and loop them via evergreen content! For Pinterest, you can create “group lists,” making it easier than ever to click one button and post to all your relevant boards for that topic. I have one for “Blogging”, “travel”, “Careers”, and so on. They also make it super easy with their browser extension to schedule pins from other websites.

 

 

Plus they let you BULK UPLOAD AND CLONE posts! Seriously! I no longer spend hours copying posts and scheduling them manually for this week, next month, the month after, etc… I can do it all in one fluid motion.

 

 

Anddd… they let you see all of your analytics in one place! The “Reports” tab shows you your traffic overview, best times to post, specific Pinterest data like your most active boards and pins, lastly you can change the date range on all this juicy info.

 

You see, I loved Hootsuite and Buffer, but felt limited on Pinterest and Instagram. Plus they were really annoying with cloning posts and doing bulk schedules (in my opinion). Viraltag* has been the perfect solution for my budding blog (thanks again for all of the support guys!). They have customer chat support that seems to always be there whenever I need anything at all!

What social media scheduler do you love and why? I would love to hear in the comments! 

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  • Alison Coward

    That’s so great, I’m currently using Buffer but will look into Viraltag – thanks for the tip!

  • This looks ah-MA-zing. For realz. Thanks for the tip!!

    • Haha thanks Harvey!! Excited to hear what you think of it!!

  • Adriana Nudo

    I actually just heard about Viraltag yesterday! It seems really interesting – I haven’t loved any other scheduler I’ve tried so making the plunge into this one may really be worth it!

    • Definitely give their two week free trial a go! I was so impressed with how easy it is to use and clean and cost effective!

  • Megan Hemphill

    This is the first I’ve heard of it and am super-pumped! Hootsuite is so clunky and Buffer just hasn’t been doing it for me. I’ll definitely be checking Viraltag out this evening.

  • Casey Birch

    I used Viraltag for a while but it has some serious scheduling limitations. I tried SocialPilot.co and it worked for me 🙂

    • Really? What were the limitations you found? I haven’t come across any yet and would love to know!

  • Kotton Zoo

    We use Social Studio from SalesForce. But I’m going to try this on some of our new accounts. Thank you!

    • I haven’t tried that one yet! I’ll need to check it out!

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