MatthewHoldenCEOMavSocialIa a previous blog, I revealed that I have been using a new social media management tool MavSocial for a couple of weeks and have found it very useful for posting visual content to social media. Not only does this management tool let me schedule the posts, but it also allows me to create a variety of versions of an image so that I may post a separate version of an image to each of the networks. In other words, they have a built in image editor. Plus it will keep track of all the visual content I create and the engagement it gets. Wooo hoo… that’s a first of it’s kind social management tool that I’ve seen.

Recently, I held an interview with Matthew Holden where he shared how MavSocial came about, his vision, plus upcoming features.

Holden describes Mav Social as a” digital asset management and social publishing tool.” Plus, it is an international publishing tool and includes 13 networks many of which are native to Asian countries.

Holden covers the reporting feature that covers 150 touch points that gives users an easily understandable report about the results your posts get on social media.

More great features are coming to MavSocial

There are some new product releases coming up. Currently you are able to access some 70 million stock images from 3rd parties like Getty Images. Some licenses will allow you to reuse them outside of social media so you can use them on your blogs. Upcoming features will also include being able access your entire Facebook image library into your local library via MavSocial.

He even hinted at video editing. But it was not confirmed. We can always hope though.

In addition, Holden offers his insight on social media and management trends for 2015.

Holden also discusses the types of organizations benefiting from MavSocial and how it helps a company grow its bottom line and gives a couple of great scenarios.

Give MavSocial a Whirl

If you want to check out the visual content management tool for yourself, check it out here: http://www.mavsocial.com/sign-up

 

 

 

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