FollowingLike Review

FollowingLike Review

5 (100%) 4 votes

Today we are going to review FollowingLike.

 

What is FollowingLike?

Actually, this software pretty similar to Jarvee, which we also just reviewed.

FollowingLike is a desktop based software that acts as a hub for all of your social media and I mean ALL. Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Google+ and others can all be controlled from one space. It’s main function is automating your processes to save you time and it’s massively convenient.

 

 

Once you have everything set up (which is a breeze to do) you can set it to like, follow, unfollow, comment, pin, unpin etc. for you on a schedule basis. This open time for you to spend on your content or other business related actions.

Those more privy to social media policy understand that ‘irregularities’ can be an issue that lead to banning with the main cause being botting services. Following like doesn’t use API based connections and operate with proxies, so the security of your accounts is safe with them.

There’s lots to love about the software, but it’s content spinning feature is a favorite of mine. If you’ve made content for one platform FollowingLike can modify it for you others. What’s not to love about that?

 
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Pricing

There are two initial pricing tiers for “one” and “five” accounts. They’re priced at $51 and $75 respectively. The price goes up if you add an additional social media platform.

Ex: If you bought the “one account” option for Facebook you’re at $51. If you choose to add one account for Instagram you’ll be at $102. These are one time fees.

If you want more than 5 accounts the 4 ‘unlimited’ tiers of options are available. At this point the pricing gets a bit more complicated due to the addition of the ‘Ultimate Edition” option for those that want every platform.

For unlimited you’re offered multiple paying options with different prices. They’re $126 for the one time, $88 per year, $7 to try for 3 days then $96 per yeah or $65 per month respectively for social media platforms.

The Ultimate Edition packages that give you every site are $297 one time, $208 per year, $7 for 3 days, then $215 per year and $131 per month.

 

 

Spire Says

If you’re into marketing on EVERYTHING and love saving time. It’s worth a look.
Anyone who’s properly planning to open a business should know full well the value of marketing. That amazing idea that should take over the market can’t get off the ground if no one knows about it.

Marketing, in the eyes of many is almost more important than the product itself. Don’t get me wrong, but how many rubbish things have you see fly off the shelves because people who how to make it do so?

With everyone constantly on their mobile devices and the vast majority of consumers into online retail, there has literally never been a better time to focus on your online marketing. Fortunately (or unfortunately) for some, the days of banner ads and email marketing are behind us.

People have simply learned to make disposable email account and studies show the this generation has literally learned to not even recognize the section where banner ads go. Yes, they don’t even register to people most of the time. This means you need to step it up.

 

Social Media Marketing

If you’re under the age of 40 this isn’t even kind of a surprise, but unless you have a seriously big budget the ‘bang for your buck’ will come from social media marketing. Hundreds of millions of daily users access platforms like Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest and the savvy are user the numbers to get eyes on their products.

 

Marketing Efficiently

Chances are that you’re already leveraging social media to your advantage. Once you get to the point where all of your social media is getting the attention you want you’ll run into an interesting issue – engagement on multiple platforms will become a hassle.

Imagine this: you consistently get 20-30k visits to your business Facebook a day, you have 40k followers on Instagram and people constantly check out your content on Pinterest. Now, imagine logging in and out of the respective platforms to reply to comments etc.

If you combine the addition work of your normal networking on each respective platform (not counting all your offline responsibilities) you can see that it’s a bit much.

Unfortunately, that’s life if you market successfully.

 

 

Fortunately, there are small things you can do to make life easier – like using FollowingLike.

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