TweetDeck reviews from startup founders

27 reviews by founders
March 5, 2018

We use Buffer for some of our scheduling, TweetDeck, and the Facebook in-app scheduler. I think native schedulers on Facebook and TweetDeck are easy-to-use and free. We haven’t landed on one we want to invest in outside of these. I think everyone is waiting for scheduling on Insta. I’m also not that happy with the analytics on Buffer. In social, after some tools research, I found some amazing tools for analytics, but they were bad for scheduling and then if they were good for scheduling their analytics were not as good. We’re still on the hunt for one tool that does both. Overall Buffer is free or if not, it’s cheap and great for a startup who wants an easy way to schedule across channels.

Meghan Raab

Senior Manager of Audience Development - Girlboss

Jan. 6, 2018

They’re still using it. I don’t think we’re very heavy into some use case. We use it for scheduling. We mostly use Twitter or TweetDeck, whatever Twitter offers. We don’t do crazy social media. Instead, we focus on the product.

Abhinav Asthana

Founder & CEO - Postman

July 30, 2017

We used TweetDeck at the beginning; now we are focusing more on Instagram.

Frederieke Wolter

Founder - Favoroute

TweetDeck - Best Social Media Tools for Startups

TweetDeck is the most powerful Twitter tool for real-time tracking, organizing, and engagement. Reach your audiences and discover the best of Twitter.

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