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The Best Social Media Management Software

  • The Best Social Media Management Software-

    Sprout Social

    Sprout Social is a leading social media management software that provides engagement, publishing, analytics and team collaboration tools.

    Sprout Social, a company of about 105 from Chicago, Illinois, came in third with a customer satisfaction score at 90 percent. Ninety-two percent of reviewers feel that the company is headed in the right direction, and more than 80 percent would likely recommend the product to others.

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The Best Social Media Management Software

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    Sprout Social

    Sprout Social is a leading social media management software that provides engagement, publishing, analytics and team collaboration tools.

    Sprout Social, a company of about 105 from Chicago, Illinois, came in third with a customer satisfaction score at 90 percent. Ninety-two percent of reviewers feel that the company is headed in the right direction, and more than 80 percent would likely recommend the product to others.

Enterprise software user review site G2 Crowd recently released rankings of 13 social media management products based on 350 user reviews. The Gridâ„ , G2 Crowd's software recommendation engine, factors in customer satisfaction reported by users and vendor scale determined from social and public data to rank products.

HootSuite and TweetDeck earned Leader status based on the vendors' high scale scores and the high customer satisfaction ratings reported by users. High Performers – which also received high customer satisfaction scores but have lower scale scores – include Sprout Social, GroSocial, AgoraPulse and Sendible.

Satisfaction rankings are generated from user reviews consisting of up to 44 questions, including ratings of features and functionality such as social campaigns, ads and analytics. Scale is calculated from vendor size, market share and social impact. Based on a combination of these scores, each product is named a leader, high performer, contender or niche.