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Discover the most engaging content to share on social media with Swayy

If you’re a social media sitter / manager you’re probably searching the web for the most suitable content to share with your brands’ audience every day, a procedure that is rather time consuming. It takes a long time to find the right articles to share with fans based on their interests and engagement.

There are many content tools out there, that promise to make your life easier, like HootSuite or Social Bro, but the pricing is a reason to avoid them. So, if you’re on a budget, why not try Swayy.



What’s Swayy?

Swayy is a personalized content curation and management platform that helps you discover the most engaging content to share with your audience across social networks. Swayy is launching its public beta to help brand managers and small businesses streamline the process down to a couple of minutes each day.

How it works?

Swayy will ask you to log in either with your Twitter, or your Facebook account. The first thing you’ll see, once you’re logged in, is a platform with information about your “Trending Sources” and “Topics matched for your Audience”. This platform will also suggest curated content that matches your brand’s image, so you can start sharing on social media.



You can link your Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn account, so you can start sharing or scheduling articles from the social media dashboard, on any platform you want. Swayy measures fans reactions based on retweets, replies and favorites, then adjusts its content offering accordingly.



Swayy offers a dashboard with analytics that show the trends of what you do and how people react to it, so you can measure the engagement of your audience.




Once you join Swayy you can either use it for free with certain features available, like Creating Additional dashboards, which are a premium feature, availabe in the Pro and Business packages only, or upgrade your account to get the most out of it.



Either way enjoy it and give us your feedback!

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