(PRWEB) January 10, 2012
Sendible.com, the social media dashboard used by individuals, companies and brands of all sizes ranging from BBC and Zynga to the Hollywood star, Ashton Kutcher, has just announced the release of their new team collaboration features, making Sendible the number one social media management tool for managing multiple clients and team members.
The new features make it easy for large companies and agencies to be able to collaborate on content with their clients and team members before it gets published to blogs and social media sites. Users also have the ability to create approval workflows and ensure that content is approved by a specific team member first. One of Sendible's most popular features is its social media monitoring tools, allowing users to track what's being said on the social web, analyze sentiment and respond in real-time. Users can now prioritize and assign mentions to specific team members, ensuring that the best person responds to the item.
Collaborate with team members
While Sendible has traditionally focused on the needs of small businesses and agencies, these new team collaboration features have helped them to attract corporate customers with a larger team of community managers who need to be able to collaborate and respond to the ever-changing social web as efficiently as possible.
Collaborate with clients
Besides being a great way for teams to collaborate, Sendible is also great for social media and digital agencies who are responsible for managing the social media for their clients. Agencies can now compose content and have their clients approve it before distributing it to their social media accounts, blogs and other channels. Sendible also offers a white label version for agencies wanting to offer a social media management tool to their clients under their own branding.
With plans starting from just $9.99 per month, Sendible is one of the most affordable social media management platforms available. With the launch of their new team collaboration tools, there is no longer an excuse for businesses to not be managing, monitoring and tracking their social media accounts and engaging with customers on the social web.