As a blogger or marketer, you have a lot of tasks on your plate. Social scheduling tools save you a bit of time over manually posting, but you still have to figure out what you want to post. Missinglettr is designed to make your entire social media marketing management cycle immensely simpler.
Missinglettr Drip Campaigns
Drip Campaigns are the core of what Missinglettr provides. After adding your site to Missinglettr, the tool automatically detects each new blog post you publish and begins developing a smart social media campaign based on that content. You can customize the length of your campaigns, the number of posts, and more when setting your account up.
Then, for each new article posted, you just need to review and approve your campaign in Missinglettr. Missinglettr users love that they save hours each week on developing content and altering it to fit each platform.
Missinglettr Curate Library
Missinglettr Curate serves two purposes: 1 – you can share content from the library to bolster your social media presence, 2 – you can add your content to the library to be distributed by other relevant accounts.
Curating content to fill out your social strategy can be one of the most time-consuming aspects of social media management. With Missinglettr Curate, you can grab ready-made social media content and add it right to your schedule.
The Curate library makes it easy to find relevant content with categories based on your interests and stats that make it easy to screen content, like word count and media type. Sharing to the Curate library works similarly. You add a post promoting your blog, or choose one from a drip campaign, then select the relevant categories.
Curate’s user base is growing each day, with high-quality content seeing dozens of re-shares in less than a week. Missinglettr has provided best practices for content curation to optimize your content.
Missinglettr Social Media Calendar
When you’re managing content across platforms, it can be hard to remember what campaigns you have running where. The Missinglettr Calendar makes it easy to see exactly what posts will go out on which platforms and when.
See at a glance how your content is distributed across drip campaigns, one-off posts, and curated content. You can also filter by platform, campaign, type of content, and more to quickly find the posts you’re looking for. Agencies enjoy being able to see scheduled posts for all of their clients from one centralized dashboard.
Going to each platform you publish on to monitor results and inspect analytics is time-consuming and often challenging. Every site displays analytics over different periods of time, exports differently, and isn’t easy to integrate.
Missinglettr Analytics makes it easy to see where your clicks are coming from. Explore traffic driven across platforms, with modules making it easy to analyze audience location, time engaged, top-performing campaigns, and more.
Why Missinglettr Over Other Scheduling Tools?
Today, there are many options for social media scheduling platforms. With so many tools out there, you may be wondering if Missinglettr is a good fit for your needs. There are a few factors that set Missinglettr apart from industry alternatives.
From curated content to one-off posts, and the signature drip campaigns, Missinglettr makes it easy to publish a variety of content types across all of your platforms. It’s easy to customize your post schedules, campaign templates, and more to make Missinglettr yours.
Curating content can take many hours. Missinglettr makes it easy to browse content relevant to your niche and add those posts right to your social media queue.
Missinglettr’s advanced analytics capabilities make it easy to see how your content is performing across platforms, post types, and more. Additionally, the unified location makes it easy to see all of your accounts in one centralized place.
Tools like Hootsuite and Sprout Social can cost hundreds of dollars and CoSchedule can reach that price when you start adding additional users. Missinglettr Pro costs just $59/month and includes unlimited users.