- Make Posts with a Single Click
- Available on all Leading Web Browsers
- Select and Schedule Posts as You Surf
- Go Visual With Pictures And GIFs
- Ace Customer Success
- Single, Uncluttered View
- Brainstorm Ideas for Your Social Media Posts
- Search content for unlimited keywords
- Filter the curated list for relevance
- Map Posts to Social Media Accounts
- Review Your Posts With Post Planner
- Bulk Upload With Images
- Easily Share Your Evergreen Content
- Helps You in Social Media Posting
- Reschedule Posts Easily With Your Editorial Calendar
SocialPilot launched with the aim of making social media marketing more efficient. While it doesn’t have a huge user-base of tools – like Buffer and Hootsuite – more than 115,000 businesses use this social media management tool, so it must be doing something right.
Compared with other social media management tools for teams and agencies, SocialPilot has a good reputation. Many SocialPilot reviews talk about how easy it is to use and how affordable SocialPilot pricing is compared to other agency social media scheduling tools.
SocialPilot supports all the major social media networks, making it a useful all-round social media dashboard. You can create and schedule posts for Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, Google My Business, Pinterest, Tumblr, and VK.
That means it works well as a Facebook scheduler, Pinterest scheduler, tweet scheduler, or Google My Business post planner. As you’ll see, though, the Instagram scheduler functions aren’t as simple as tools like Buffer.
This social media tool has five plan offerings: Individual, Professional, Small Team, Agency, and Enterprise:
- The Individual plan lets you manage five accounts. You’ll have a cap of 50 posts and its hidden on the pricing page.
- The Professional plan lets three team members manage 25 social media accounts.
- The Small Team plan lets five team members manage 50 social media accounts.
- The Agency plan lets ten team members manage 100 social media accounts.
- The Enterprise plan is fully customizable, based on your company’s needs. You’ll need to schedule a phone call to discuss.