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3 Ways To Manage Your Social Media Via Email

One of the biggest challenges for social media power users is figuring out an efficient system for maintaining, tracking, and engaging with your social media networks.

It’s hard enough to keep up with the firehose of content streaming your way from every direction all day long, let alone responding to mentions and tags, joining conversations with meaningful input, and cultivating connections on each network. And that’s only your personal social media.

What about if you also maintain social presences for brands or businesses? That’s double, even triple, the potential content you’re seeing and time you’re investing on social.

One solution to manage the madness is keeping up with your social media via email.

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Why I Deactivated Twitter's Emails And Switched To

When you sign up for a Twitter account, the service helpfully sends you an email each time somebody follows you. This is useful information, certainly when you first begin to use the network.

However, as your presence on the platform matures, and with it your follower count, these emails can become a bit of a nuisance. Recently, I deactivated these updates from Twitter, and instead switched to SocialToo’s once-a-day update instead.

What Is SocialToo?

SocialToo is a web-based service that provides a lot of helpful tools to Twitter users, including auto-follows, auto-unfollows, follower synchronisation, and more.

One of the best features on SocialToo is the daily email they send out which notifies you which folk have followed and, more importantly, unfollowed you on Twitter in the last 24 hours.

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