You Need a Social Media Manager. No, Really.


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You likely know that I love technology. However, I wasn’t always in love with it. When the internet first arrived in our homes, buzzing and whistling with those interesting connection noises, I was not interested. I avoided it for quite some time, much like those ‘old timers’ who said telephones were going the way of the dodo.

But here we are, right? I’m all about tech. I work online, basically spending 300 hours a day in front of a screen. Once social media came into play, I was hesitant and didn’t dive in quickly either. I am my father’s daughter: his motto, usually applied to car-buying, was ‘let others try it first and once the bugs are worked out, then get one’.

For those who’ve been with me for a while, you may remember when I had a Blackberry (actually several models) … around that time, I was also dabbling with several social media post management programs. I used them for a while but then they went away or became cost-prohibitive. I hadn’t used one in longer than I can remember.

However, for those of you who hop from Tweets to Insta photos to Facebook posts to Pinterest pins and stories would likely benefit from a one-stop-shop, post-once-to-all option.

I’ve got one for you.

It’s called Glowupp.


You can pre-schedule posts and there are account options; for lightweights, get a single-account. For those who use more than Instagram, there is a three-account option. For the social media mogul, there’s a 15-account option. If you run a business, there’s even an option for you.

The site is easy to navigate and setup is a snap. Unlike those old clunky APIs, glowupp posts are visible instantly. You have privacy too (and you know that’s a thing for me!) because the glowupp site doesn’t have access to your sign-in info for your social media.

And there you have it! Go check out glowupp. Happy posting!

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