I use different tools only for sales
Business Development Manager at WOW-HOW
Buffer, Slack, Google Drive
Founder at Fresh Brewed Tech
This is a loaded question since the tools are changing at an exponential rate (see Scott Brinker's annual MarTech list). In broad categories, I use marketing automation software, content management software, Agile management software, and multiple sets of metrics from the usual sources on a digital dashboard. If I list the actual software names today, it is only a snapshot of today, though I tend to invest in larger tools (like marketing automation software) and stick with them since the pain of change is so high and more readily change out smaller tools with greater frequency.
Agile Marketing Coach at Anthony Coppedge Consulting
A good mix of Buffer, Hootsuite, and Sprout Social. Sprout is my favorite by far, especially with their recent acquisition of Simply Measured. They already have a great analytics set up and I expect that to get even better now.
CEO and Founder at JP Digital
I rarely use automated tools, i prefer to keep it quite grounded so i'll typically be in the platforms themselves. This is just how i prefer to work. Others i know rarely ever enter the platforms but instead favour automation. All comes down to preference.
Founder at Freelance PPC & Digital Marketing Consultant | Founder Kaffeine Digital
Currently, SocialPilot and SproutSocial.
Social Media Manager at Four Dots
We use HootSuite for Twitter and Facebook, and Later for Instagram. Primarily we rely on the direct site of app for most of what we do. It's usually the simplest way and gives us the best result as we can actually see what readers will see.
Owner at Firm Theory
Viralwoot, Hootsuite, Pingrabber, Word Swag, Buffer
Founder at Tork Media
thats my business, so almost everything on the planet
Founder & CEO at WiselyWise
All marketing, by definition, is 'social'. If you're talking about social media, then the answer depends on the business and marketing goals of using social media, from both a strategic and tactical viewpoint. Are you looking to build an audience? Advertise? Find influencers? Answer presales/support questions? Generate leads? Track any/all the above? Recommending tools without knowing what you're trying to build is looking at things the wrong way around.
CEO at KEXINO
Marketing and Communications Manager at Indellient
Link Building & Blogger Outreach Specialist at NameDigitalNovas
Buffer and Hootsuite for the most part. I wanna try out AgoraPulse as soon as I can have my own team who can stay on top of communication with our audience and followers.
Webb- & Social Media Manager at Frösunda Omsorg
We majorly use Buffer.
Content Marketing & SEO Specialist at Foundation Marketing
Buffer. It's a great tool to use for a simple UX and all social channels in one place.
Marketing Manager & Customer Success Manager at Ocast
Buffer, SEMrush, Bitly, RocketLink
SEO Consultant at dberak
There is really only one tool that use for social media marketing and Buffer (Publisher, Reply and Analytics). There is of course Facebook Business Manager as well for running social campaigns.
Founder at The New Standard
We use Buffer.
Buffer for the management side and keeping things together. Also, I cannot answer this question without mentioning the very same tool we’re building – Mediamodifier. It’s great for all DIY marketers who need visual content for their social media channels. We made it because we needed it our self to showcase various product shots and website mockups.
Co-Founder / CEO at Mediamodifier
Growth Marketing at ReferralCandy
Our social is pretty much running paid ads, so Facebook Business Manager and a bit of Buffer.
Chief Marketing Officer at ClaimCompass
I love Buffer (scheduling and account performance analytics), Rival IQ (competitive landscape analytics), TweetReach (see how far your hashtag traveled), Unfollowers (see who unfollowed an account) and RiteTag (hashtag research).
CEO at Vult Lab