Social networks are all the rage among kids today. Also, adults. Also, business professionals. Also, brands. Also, companies. Also… need I continue? Social networks are all the rage and there are tons of them, most of which you’ll have to join at some point in your life or career. Managing all these social presences is no breeze, and we, digital citizens, look for ways and tricks to make it easier.
In addition to the tools I previously mentioned in the little social network management 101 class, I found a nifty little tool right here in the .Me multiverse.
As opposed to all those services aimed at professional users and power-posters, SocialPoint.Me is the complete social management tool for the everyday user that allows you to manage all of your social interactions including social networks, mobile messages, and various social accounts.
Or as they put it themselves:
We envisioned an idea of creating an application that would help everyday users “make sense” of the constant flow of social information they receive on a daily basis. We wanted to create an application that would give the user an ultimate social environment where they would have the tools and features to help them engage in a customized social experience.
Click, Click, Click, You’re Set!
The main focus of the tool is to create a social environment that is fast, simple and engaging, as it connects you to your different social feeds, with complete interaction, customization and filtering.
The setup’s pretty simple, you just connect your social networks with a tap of the right button: Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Tumblr, Instagram, Foursquare and even Klout are available, which is even more than necessary for a casual user. To tell the truth, even though I’ve opened an account on all of them at some point in time, I hardly ever use them all on a daily basis.
There are many different filters allowing you to customize your feed and view certain posts that interest you more than others. You can either view everything as one big feed of all your networks mashed together, which is a pretty cool option if you like to keep track of the world through your feed, view them separately, or track very particular feeds through special filters.
One pretty cool point is that SocialPoint allows you to access a list of all of social contacts from your various social networks in one place, so you can interact with them through one platform. there’s also a “Social Search” option that allows you to use keywords and search through your different social networks.
All in all, it’s a pretty handy tool, especially if you’re posting for yourself, and not doing corporate content management on the social media. It’s pretty much a plug-and-play social network solution and takes seconds to set up, just try it out for size and see if it fits your social media needs.