How RiteKit’s Tools Can Help You With Your Social Media
Most of us in business post to social media accounts, whether it’s Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and many others. But many of us post on each site individually, and if you do use a management tool like Hootsuite or Buffer are still not using it in an optimal fashion.
RiteKit CEO Saul Fleischman gives us some guidance on how RiteTag, RiteForge, RiteBoost and Rite.ly can make things way easier!
What is RiteKit?
RiteKit is actually a collection of four tools:
- RiteTag – Get instant hashtag suggestions for images and text, anywhere on the web and mobile. Must-have for Instagram and Pinterest.
- RiteForge – Craft, schedule and publish remarkable posts with the auto-magical Enhance button and many other time-saving tools.
- Rite.ly – Soft-sell on all links you share. Add self-branded Calls-To-Action on links and track clicks and conversions. Exclusive video CTAs available.
- RiteBoost – Already got a favorite publishing tool? Enhance posts in Buffer, Hootsuite or anything else. Create Enhanced posts in bulk from RSS, Feedly or Pocket.
Each of these tools can help you increase your response from your social posts by helping you keep in front of them with custom links, get #hashtag help, and more all from your browser with browser extensions and mobile apps.
RiteTag is a hashtag and posting assistance engine that will build a post and suggest relevant hashtags based on the page, titles, images and other factors. These hashtags can be used on any social media platform including Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest and LinkedIn. The RiteTag tool allows the suggested hashtags to be placed at the end of your posts, or even integrated into the copy. You can even choose which language to suggest hashtags!
RiteForge is a next-level product compared to RiteTag. It still suggests hashtags, but now you can add animated GIFs, emojis, find influencers and even schedule evergreen content multiple times over the course of days, or even months. It’s still a browser extension is easy to use. Simply click the RiteForge button and “enhance.” There are additional options there. Or, you can highlight text, right-click and “Share with RiteForge” and select from a series of options to use special background options, edit the text, add emojis, preview the post, and then submit to a pre-built group of social platforms, or select them individually. Like RiteTag you can also get suggested hashtags that are color-coded as hot, overused, never used, etc.
Finally, RiteForge allows you to schedule when the posts will go out, but also schedule a post to be sent out multiple times.
Rite.ly is the default short-URL generator has a number of benefits when compared to other short-url’s like bit.ly, goo.gl, and more. The main benefit is for a customizable popup to be seen by your visitors when they go to the linked page. Some of the customizations include a video popup, some text, ads, and just about anything else.
You can even customize the URL to be branded by your own url or a desired URL.
Rite.ly works very well with RiteForge.
RiteBoost provides the ability to add the Enhance feature across all social media platforms like Hootsuite, Buffer and more. It adds a button on you favorite posting method (Hootsuite for me) that makes it very easy to post and customize your post from your favorite social media program. RiteBoost also provides ways to bring in content from feeds from RSS, Pocket, Evernote, Reddit and many more online properties.
I’m going to start using RiteKit
As mentioned in the podcast, the RiteKit tools solve some huge time-sucking issues faced by many of us that use social media for our businesses. Finding relevant hashtags, making the posts engaging by enhancing with imagery and emojis, scheduling future posts, using multiple social media sites…all are possible using one or more of the RiteKit tools. Listen to the podcast for more great tips from Saul, sign up, use the tools where you are… on the page, in Hootsuite, in Facebook.
Enjoy and optimize your business social media with the RiteKit tools.
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