Now that social media has inserted itself into our lives as a primary means of communication, technological innovators have to keep asking themselves, “What’s next?” The logical answer is, “what can I do to enhance this technology?”
A major part of this enhancement comes in the form of convenience. Users and consumers crave convenience, so it stands to reason to give the people what they want.
Putting all content in one place
A new form of social media convenience goes by the name SMhack. This platform allows social media lovers to house all of their timelines, news feeds, and like in one simple place.
According to the company, “SMhack is the simplest social media management software around. You will be able to bring all conversations across social media under one roof. The interface is as simple as an email inbox.
This tool will allow you to curate content, assign social media tickets to team members, schedule posts and get in-depth reports. With SMhack you can monitor, publish, and analyze all your social media posts from a single location.”
“De-clutter social media”
The overall idea is to de-clutter social media and get all of your information in one concise place. The website states that users are able to turn social media posts into channels of engagement.
With SMhack, users have the ability to keep track of their social media analytics. Graphs and charts are available to keep archived data in forms of in-depth reports, which help to promote better posts in the future.
Improve your social media reach
The technology involved with SMhack helps to improve users’ posts as a way to boost reach and engagement. However, the website does not go into detail about how this works.
Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and LinkedIn are among the social media outlets that SMhack condenses into one place. This tool is still in-beta but early access is available through the website.
SMhack has the potential to serve as a viable tool for companies who manage a number of social media accounts. The analytics and content curator has the ability to broaden the reach of a fan base. For the average social media user, or one who uses social media strictly for personal use, SMhack may not have as much of a benefit.