As we strive to make Postradamus the best tool out there for social media managers, we have recently added two new integrations. So far, you have been able to schedule your posts to Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, LinkedIn, and WordPress.
With this new update, you can also schedule posts to Instagram and Google+!
New: Send Posts to Instagram
Instagram is still a relatively new, untapped market that typically gets great engagement. You can set up niche/business profiles similar to Facebook pages, and post high quality photos to a huge audience.
Instagram is an entirely mobile-only app. Users interact and engage with your posts via their mobile devices.
Some of you are already on Instagram, and you can now have Postradamus do a lot of the work for you. For those that aren’t, you should check it out.
Integrating Instagram into Postradamus was a little bit tricky as we’re adhering to Instagram’s Terms of Service.
As a result, posting to Instagram (with Postradamus) is not as straight forward as posting to Facebook or Twitter. Nevertheless, watching the following video will get you up and running in no-time!
If you prefer written instructions instead, visit our help article.
New: Send Posts to Google+
Some time ago, we wrote about Google+ for social media marketing.
Google+ is not yet a competitive platform to Facebook or Twitter, but this doesn’t mean it’s a “ghost town”. There are still some very engaged groups using the platform! As social media managers, you might be able to see some great returns investing time in Google+ Communities and Collections.
Google+ is all about “interest-based networking” which means people are now segmented out into interest groups (or Communities). This means they can be easier to reach than through a Facebook page or even a Facebook group.
And for this reason, we have now made it possible for you to schedule and send your posts to your Google+ accounts.
You won’t even need to invest a significant amount of time into Google+ content. If you are already curating content for your Facebook, Twitter, or other accounts, simply send that same content to Google+ as well!
Do you have any more excuses to not post to Google+?