Issa Asad Shares 5 Tools to Turn Social Media Into a Business

Social media is fast becoming the primary way that people everywhere communicate with their friends, get news, and advertise their products and services. It can help a business go from a parent’s basement or back room of an apartment all the way to Wall Street.

“However, with its increasing complexity, managing the waters of social media can be quite a large task, with some firms employing a team of managers and staff in order to keep up with the posts, tweets, and snaps,” exclaimed Issa Asad Florida entrepreneur, businessman, and author of 4 social media and e-commerce e-books.

All of this can be a daunting challenge for a new business. Thankfully, there are now apps that are designed to help you manage and execute your social media strategy. Here, Issa Asad Shares 5 tools to turn social media into a business:

1. Olapic

Instagram has been surging in popularity with several key market demographics, and as such has become a valuable tool for social media marketers and fledgling E-commerce businesses. Olapic works by turning individual product pictures on your Instagram feed into an e-commerce storefront. You can even link multiple product pages to a single picture. Furthermore, Olapic comes with a scheduler to help manage your social media campaign and provides analytics tools so you can understand your ROI.

2. Shpoial

Shopial is an app that takes product pages from your store and features them on your Facebook feed and Pintrest Board, saving you time, resources, and money by saving you from having to do duplicate work. In addition to this, Shopial can take your products and make them into an entire Facebook store or populate them as optimized pins, which lets customers order your products directly from Pintrest without having to leave, dramatically increasing conversion rates. Compatible with most e-commerce hosting sites, Shopial is sure to ratchet up your revenue.

3. Chirpify

Chirpify is a hashtag selling tool that acts as a middleman between online and offline channels through utilizing social media. It uses a unique system called action tags that lets customers purchase through multiple different social media outlets. All that users must do is activate the action tag by reposting it in order to get the sale or take part in special promotional events.

4. Heyo

Facebook profiles are easy to make, but hard to make perfectly. Heyo simplifies the process by using a drag and drop interface to customize your Facebook page. All a user must do is choose a template and customize it with their own work and they are instantly set up for contests, promotions, or sweepstakes

5. InSelly

Hashtags do much more than categorize posts. And with InSelly, they can do even more. By aggregating Instagram listings using hashtags and then making them searchable to anyone anywhere in the world, InSelly makes it easy to sell items on Instagram. InSelly also allows users to purchase directly from Instagram, all they have to do is comment the hashtag #soldtome under a product photo and InSelly will send them an email with a confirmation link. In order to complete the transaction.