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|Technology - Software|
|Friday, 27 July 2012 23:01|
Today it is rare to find web pages that do not include any mechanism to facilitate their visitors to share links on their social profiles, for example the typical buttons that almost all social networks provide (within its set of APIs and resources). Still, it is not uncommon for users to make use of management tools such as TweetDeck , TweetDeck or buffer to manage their profiles, share files, schedule messages, and in some cases, measure the impact of publications. Although we believe that these tools are within the professional field, are also used within the management staff to facilitate and provide the user with a unified interface to manage all your accounts and, with the idea of making things easier, HootSuite has launched an extension for Google Chrome that is worth trying this weekend.
Hootlet HootSuite , which is the name of this extension, we make things easier when sharing content through HootSuite (logically have to be users of the service) that, in its free version gives users the ability to manage up to 5 profiles (Twitter, Facebook, Facebook pages and accounts LikedIn) and schedule the publishing of content in these accounts.
If you navigate using Google Chrome and have installed this extension, as we find a link or an image that looks interesting and the interest of our contacts, all you have to do is click on the button will be located in the upper right of the interface (next to the omnibox) and a window with the page title and link to content. Within this window, choose what profiles share the contents (of which we have configured in the application) and also have the option to set the content.
Logically, since the contents are stored in the queue HootSuite publications, URLs will be shortened using the HootSuite service ( Ow.ly ) and, most interestingly, it includes an auto-programming distributed publications in the time slots cause the greatest impact among our followers (to maximize the reach of tweets).
When compared to other alternatives such as Buffer and browser extension , Hootlet HootSuite is an extension that offers a similar service. From my point of view, this extension for Chrome makes it easier to publish content, especially if a member of the service because it avoids having to access the application interface (which is present in the form of application for Chrome , though it really is an access Direct web service), which will save time and not have to be changing page or copying and pasting the URLs of content to share.