Overwhelmed by your dozens of social media accounts? Postling let’s you easily keep track of them all in one place. It’s like an email inbox for your social media activity. Postling supports accounts on just about every social networking site: Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, Flickr, Bitly, Yelp, CitySearch, and various Blogging Platforms (WordPress, Blogger, Typepad, Tumblr, Squarespace, Drupal).

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Having everything all in one place has its perks. Not only can you post straight to all of your social networking profiles, but you can also schedule your posts to go public throughout the day instead of manually posting them each time.  



Postling is ideal for keeping your social media activity organized and under control.
Postling Organize
  • Your recent posts—comments and all—are displayed in a real-time dashboard, making replying to comments quick and easy.
  • Postling sends daily recaps telling you what’s going on with your accounts and even gives suggestions for new people to follow or blogs to read based on your activity.
  • Have multiple businesses? Postling lets you organize your accounts by brand.  
  • All this social media activity can be overwhelming for one person, and Postling recognized that, allowing you to give multiple users access to post to your social media accounts.


Reach People 

Engaging with your customers has never been more manageable.  

  • Keep tabs on what your customers are saying about you and respond right away.  
  • Postling helps you expand your reach. By connecting all of your social media accounts, you don’t have to limit yourself to one subset of customers. For example, you can reach out to your Twitter followers at the same time as you are engaging with the readers of your blog.   
  • Anytime you’re mentioned on the web, Postling notifies you, allowing you to respond or share it to another one of your accounts.  If there are certain phrases that are relevant to your business or customers you can search and track those too.



Try Postling for yourself, it’s only $1.00 for 30 days—and no, it’s not too good to be true. If you don’t like it after the first 30 days, then you only lost $1. Cool, right? After the 30-day free trial, it’s only $3/month per social media account.  
Postling shrinks the vast social media world making it easy to manage in a single location. How do you organize all of your social media accounts? Have you tried Postling? Leave your thoughts and questions in the comment section.
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  • http://drewfrey.com/ Drew Frey

    Postling sounds like a great option for making sense of all of your social conversations. We’re trying to tackle the same challenge at Fanmix with Priority Inbox, analytics and more.

    • http://www.facethebuzz.com/blog Andrew K Kirk

      @freydrew:disqus – sounds like FanMix is another interesting option to sort out our messages across the various platforms. How do you determine ‘Priority’?
      I think a big challenge is taking the fire house of messages we receive across channels and intelligently whittling it down into the important stuff.

      • http://drewfrey.com/ Drew Frey

        @andrewkkirk:disqus It’s really similar to how Gmail has their priority inbox setup. The more you interactive with it, the more it learns from you. So whatever you mark as ‘Important’ gets filtered to the top.

        Feel free to try it out! I’d love to answer any other questions you might have too!

        • http://www.facethebuzz.com/blog Andrew K Kirk

          @freydrew:disqus That sounds smart. Lots of solutions simply offer everything and we as users have to filter thru the noise. I like the idea of having a more intelligent method to read, digest, and respond to messages across social platforms.

        • http://drewfrey.com/ Drew Frey

          @andrewkkirk:disqus I’m really happy to hear that.

          Please let me know if you want more info or if I can help out in anyway. Feel free to contact me at drew [at] socialengine.com.


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