Sendible, a service for scheduling and posting messages to social networks like Twitter and Facebook, has recently relaunched with some great new features that should prove very useful for social media marketers.
Unlike many of the services that Doriano mentioned in his free Twitter automation tools roundup, Sendible lets you schedule and send messages to a myriad of services, including Twitter, Facebook, Blogger, Plurk, Tumblr, LinkedIn, Brightkite and a host of others.
It’s much more than that, though. Since we that we last wrote about it back in 2008, Sendible has relaunched with some significant upgrades. These changes make it a much more useful marketing tool, allowing you to reach all of your contacts from one interface, no matter what services they use.
New features include the ability to import contacts from other services, a content discovery service that helps you find interesting or useful content to share, the ability to automatically share content from a blog, email marketing and newsletter tools, as well as social media monitoring, tracking and analytics tools.
If you’re involved with social media marketing efforts, Sendible looks to be an extremely powerful tool that’s worth checking out. A limited free plan is available (it doesn’t have many of the cool features I mentioned above), while paid plans range from $5 to $40 per month.
Do you use Sendible for social media marketing? What do you think of the new version?
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