You’re on our page because you’re curious about Agorapulse – cool! Why don’t we start with a Agorapulse v. Sprout Social comparison of our features and pricing. Then we’ll share experiences of customers who moved from Sprout to Agorapulse.
Here we go!
While Sprout provides the ability to queue and schedule your content, we’ve taken publishing a step further.
With Agorapulse, you can schedule a post to repeat in custom increments.
If you like to set evergreen content on queue, then you’ll love our requeue options. Set your posts to be queued once or requeued over time. You choose how many times you’d like each piece of content to go back in your queue.
To make your queued posts even more organized, use our Queue Categories to classify your content any way you’d like.
And whether you’re a scheduler or a queuer (or both), you’ll be able to upload a mountain of content at once with our bulk uploader.
- Laura Noting
Agorapulse has our Inbox so that you’ll never miss a comment on your Facebook posts — whether they’re organic or paid.
Our connection to both Facebook’s Marketing API and Graph API means that comments are in sync 100% of the time.
If you know what an API is, let me get geekier with you. What makes our sync system unique is a combination of simultaneous calls to both the Marketing API (aka the Ads API) AND the Graph API. Other tools, like the one we’re comparing ourselves to here, only use the Graph API of the real time webhook — but this doesn’t provide information on your active campaigns. If you’ve missed some (or many) of your ads’ comments with a tool like that, this is probably why.
- Ashish Mehta
You have enough on your minds as social media managers. Figuring out the real cost of your social media management tool shouldn’t be a task for you to consider. It should just be obvious.
We love the pricing tool over at Seriously Social and we did a calculation for a client who:
Here is how Agorapulse and Sprout Social meet the need of this client:
- Chuck Ellis
You might be catching the drift that we want to make managing social an easy, seamless job for you.
From our own experience using a gazillion online tools, we know that the best way to master a tool is to have someone at the ready to get you started and answer questions with straightforward, transparent advice.
We gave you a lot of things to think about, no? Here is a rundown of what I’ve mentioned so far, in addition to support for YouTube and Facebook Groups. Add your YouTube accounts to make use of our inbox, monitoring, and CRM features. Link your Facebook Groups to use our scheduling and queuing publishing features.
Repost and requeue options (including Queue Categories and bulk upload)
Complete Facebook ad comments capturing
Support for YouTube (inbox, monitoring, CRM)
Support for Facebook Groups (publishing)
Affordable pricing for teams