11 Social Media Tools and Apps You Can Use for 2020 and Beyond

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Below is an updated list of 11 social media tools and apps I’ve investigated that you can use in your law firm marketing.

RecordScreen.io.

You can use this tool to record your screen and camera simultaneously. It will give you the option to choose Screen + Cam or Screen Only. Once you pick the option you want, you can then allow permissions to access your camera and mic in case you want to record yourself speaking. This is a Web-based tool that is simple to use straight from your browser. You can find it from Chrome, Firefox and Safari.

Woven.

If you have ever been frustrated going back and forth trying to schedule a meeting with multiple partners and clients at the same time and trying to figure out a time that works for everyone, you are not alone. This is a calendar and productivity app allows you to send a link to schedule meetings with people utilizing the pre-determined times that you are available. It also allows you to send a group scheduling poll so that people can check off the times they are available, and it will then choose the best time that works for everyone. In addition, this app gives you the ability to pick from and set up multiple templates for various purposes. You can use the Woven app for Mac, Windows and iOS app, and Android will be following soon.

Socialmediatoolscomparison.com.

This useful tool allows you to easily compare the pricing and features of different social media management tools. With so many different options when it comes to social media management tools, this tool makes it a seamless process to compare vendors/ tools and determine the best one based on your budget and needs.

Quicc.io.

This is Web-based and mobile app utilizes AI to automatically transcribe and write captions into your videos. It works for both vertical and horizontal videos.

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TLDR This.

This Chrome or Firefox browser extension automatically summarizes online content in five bullet points for quick reading. It is also an easy way to share a case article findings in a concise format with colleagues.

Tweet Photo.

This tool allows you to share an Instagram image as a native tweet. Users may tweet higher-quality images than they normally would. It creates a tweet with a link to the photo on Instagram instead of just showing the photo. It is a great way to get more traffic from Twitter back to your Instagram profile or business page.

Siri.

If you have an Apple device such as an iPhone or iPad, then Siri can be a great tool for so many reasons, including using it to send you reminders. Instead of having to consistently look at your calendar, you can ask Siri to send you a reminder to call a client back at a particular time.

LogMeIn.

This is a very useful tool that allows you to access your desktop when you are out of the office or do not have access to your desktop. This can come in handy if you forgot to bring an important file or document with you to court or a meeting with a client. If you don’t want a LogMeIn account, then a good alternative is to have Dropbox account set up and to also have the app downloaded to your mobile device so that you can find any commonly used documents quickly and easily when you are on the go.

Rapportive.

This tool for Gmail users shows you extra information about your contacts if you are using Gmail. When you open up your Gmail account, you can click on a contact and that person’s LinkedIn profile will appear on the right. It is handy tool to quickly familiarize yourself with outside counsel or new clients. It may also show you if they are telling you different things from what they are posting on their LinkedIn profile. Rapportive is an add-on for Firefox and Chrome. This app was acquired by LinkedIn.

Focus Booster App.

This app helps you to focus better and keep track of how you spend your time. It helps you overcome distractions and be more productive.

Todoist.

This app can be downloaded on your Android of iOS device. It is a multi-platform planner that keeps things efficient with a clean, sleek interface and task-management features. Some of the features include one-off or recurring tasks, color-coded priority levels, shared projects and productivity graphs that record your progress. It also has powerful integration with Dropbox, IFTTT and Slack. Dimple Dang

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