This week we’re taking a look at a new social media analytics tool, a nifty collaboration tool, a new development from the team at Buffer, and much more.
Let’s get started.
1. Simple Facebook and Twitter insights with SimplyMeasured.com.
It’s pretty rare to have a seven-day span that doesn’t include the launch of a new social media analytics tool. Thankfully, this streak is maintained by SimplyMeasured.com which aims to deliver easy insights to you via Excel. The most exciting bit, however, is the free report you get that will analyze the performance of a Facebook page versus that of a competitor. If you are familiar with Compete
you’ll see the similarities.
2. Impress your clients, friends, and followers with CageApp.com.
This is a really nice way to create and revise creative content on the go, allowing for comments and feedback to be incorporated in the one central place. The “drag and comment” system is particularly useful and is simple enough to be adopted across any business.
3. Turn up the heat on your job searching with ResumeBaking.com.
Have you ever wanted to create a more creative CV but your online design skills let you down? Fear not; the free résumé builder at ResumeBaking.com has arrived to save you. It may not deliver a bespoke experience (like these amazing examples here
), but your work history will definitely look more colorful.
4. Facebook integration on the way for scheduling tool Buffer.
A few months back we told you
about a nifty Twitter scheduling tool called Buffer, which helps you share your content in a more organized way. Thankfully, Joel and Leo from Buffer are bringing this simplicity to Facebook, too. Sign up for the beta here
5. 10,000+ newspapers put on the map thanks to NewspaperMap.com.
If you work in media related industries, this tool might become a new and very dear friend. NewspaperMap allows you to search by title, location, and language to find the source(s) you’re looking for. Cool!
If you have spotted a new tool that you think should be profiled as part of our weekly Platform Five feature, send us an email
and we’ll take a look.
On the Paratus Communications blog,
PR Daily Europe contributing editor Adam Vincenzini rounds up five of the most-talked-about social media platforms each week. The feature is called Platform Five. Adam has agreed to simulcast it on
PR Daily. If you’d like to check out the previous editions, they’re all here for you to browse through.