[[updated January 25, 2018]]
Did you know that Agorapulse allows you to monitor social media by capturing key conversations on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook?
If you’re ready to get serious about social media listening, check out what we can do for you.
With Agorapulse, you can discover Twitter conversations containing words or phrases specified by you, filtered by language and location.
Want to set up a listening station like that? Well, great!
Your accounts already come with a couple of searches for you — one for your organization’s name and another for your organization’s website. This is what our own default search list looks like.
Anytime someone tweets a link to your website, or uses your business’ name (with or without the @ sign) you’ll see those tweets in the “Monitoring” tab of your Agorapulse dashboard.
If you want to go beyond these two searches, go on and set up more searches about your brand, marketplace, competition, branded hashtags — whatever you want to keep tabs on.
If you’re, say the Renwick Gallery in Washington D.C., and want to see all tweets using the branded hashtag #renwickgallery, you can set up a search like this.
To get super precise results, you can use the tool’s options to filter your search by language and/or location. You can also indicate words or phrases of tweets you DON’T want delivered to you.
Then go back any time and watch search results begin to populate your Monitoring tab. In an instant, you can see that people are having a blast at the Gallery. If you want to thank them for their kind tweets (it’s good Twitter etiquette after all), simply hover over a given message, click reply, and show your gratitude.
You can also assign a tweet to a team member who might be better suited to say thanks or answer a question a person might have in her tweet.
Agorapulse allows you to easily capture Instagram posts either by hashtag or location. Let’s first see a hashtag set up. Let’s see what we pictures of vegan pizza we can find.
That took what, 25 seconds? Now your monitoring dashboard will have a real-time feed of all public Instagram posts with the hashtag #veganpizza.
In this search, let’s set up a search to find Instagram posts from an independent, Boston-area coffee shop that sits right across the street from a Starbucks.
Then return to your monitoring dashboard for your Instagram account and watch all the tweets roll in from that location.
Want to see what people are saying about your business on Facebook? Our monitoring dashboard will show you all the public posts mentioning your brand. (We wouldn’t be a Facebook Marketing Partner if were all sneaky and pulled up private posts. Plus that’s just sleazy.)
Here are the results our social media management tool Agorapulse recently received in our dashboard.
It’s hard to find these brand mentions on the native Facebook platform. We capture these nods in one location for easy reviewing — it’s especially handy if your team has more than one person monitoring social media!
We’ve spent most of this post reviewing the channel-by-channel monitoring features of Agorapulse. Now let me introduce you to the features that go across Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
Assign a post to a team member. This handy feature is available for your Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts. Take a peek on how a coworker assigned a Facebook mention of our blog to me.
2. Review the people behind these posts and comments. Click on any author’s name to learn more about them. You can see their public profile data, add custom notes and view your previous conversations with them (public or private). It’s like a mini-CRM built into your social media monitoring tool.
3. Automated Moderation Rules. Sure, there is a lot of debate of automation on social. But what if I told you that Agorapulse has an automatic way to get rid of spam from your Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts? You might warm up to automation then, huh? Here’s one moderation rule I’ve set up so that I never have to see any faux-social “thanks for following!” tweets and DMs when I log into my Agorapulse dashboard.
And see the bottom rule on the following Facebook moderation rules? By setting up a rule to hide any comments or posts to page with “http,” you no longer have to have to deal with folks who drop spam links on your page.
If you want a social media tool that offers these social monitoring features in addition to social media publishing and reporting (included in all our plans), why not try a free trial of Agorapulse today?