GoDaddy Launches Social Media Scheduling Tool For SMBs

GoDaddy Launches Social Media Scheduling Tool For SMBs

Website builder giant GoDaddy launches the long-awaited social media content planning tool for SMBs covering all platforms, including popular ones such as Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.

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GoDaddy provides the Marketing Planner as a free-of-charge feature to its website and marketing customers. It comes with significant ease of use for SMBs with a four-week clear view.

Small and medium-sized businesses can now use the Marketing Planner as a calendar for scheduled content. In turn, they get to organize their social media posts and related content as they wish.


GoDaddy wrote on its blog:

GoDaddy is now making it easier than ever to remember and take full advantage of special dates with Marketing Planner, a new free feature for all Websites + Marketing customers. The planner offers a four-week view, so small business owners never have to scramble to create engaging posts for Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or any other platform. And with suggestions for content, beautiful, well-timed posts can be scheduled in advance and ready for any occasion.

GoDaddy’s Marketing Planner is very similar to popular social media scheduling tools Hootsuite and Sprout Social. Users get to create content from its templated suggestions, plan and schedule content a month in advance. Better yet, they can track engagement using GoDaddy Website + Marketing metrics dashboard.

GoDaddy further added:

Once a post goes out, it’s easy to track engagement using GoDaddy Website + Marketing metrics dashboard to see the power of a perfectly timed promotion. That’s something to truly celebrate all year long.

GoDaddy recently announced updates to its payments services, helping small businesses without access to an eCommerce solution. Its latest innovation, the Marketing Planner, aligns with all new features that GoDaddy has planned for the upcoming year.

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