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Best Free Social Media Scheduling Tools 2022

Here are the best free Social Media scheduling tools. These free solutions allow you to schedule your posts for your blog, social media platforms, and properties. Whenever a tool does not have a free service, I have listed both the paid and free version so you can compare to find the one that fits your needs best. There are a number of Social media tools that offer a free version, but the basic version doesn’t let you to schedule posts as far as I know. So if I missed anything, just leave a comment below!

 This comprehensive list of the best free social media scheduling tools will help you get your social media marketing off to a fast start.

Loomly

Loomly offers a 15-day free trial. Pricing starts at $25/month.

Loomly strives to make it easier for businesses to manage their social media. You start by setting up your calendar, time zone, and industry. Then, you can schedule your posts directly in Loomly, including publishing directly to Instagram. Where Loomly really shines is its workflows. You can use it to set up workflows to move your content from draft through publish and it doesn’t take much to get your new posts set up. Just set the post details and choose the social media platforms you want to publish the content on. From there, you can define generic content as well as fine-tune your settings for each social channel.


SocialPilot

SocialPilot offers a 14-day free trial. Pricing starts at $25.50/month.

SocialPilot is a cost-effective social media scheduling tool that is the go-to for teams and agencies. You can use SocialPilot to make daily social media tasks easy and increase community engagement. It covers basic social media functionality needs like bulk post scheduling as well as offering a range of other powerful features that make it great for multiple types of businesses, from small businesses to marketing agencies to large enterprises.

Buffer

Buffer offers a 14-day free trial as well as a free plan. Paid plans start at $12/month.

Buffer is one of the more popular social media scheduling tools, and with good reason. It has a free version and a streamlined dashboard that makes it easy to schedule and view your social media posts. The platform is full-featured and gives you the tools you need for publishing, analytics, audience engagement, and team collaboration.


Crowdfire

Crowdfire offers a free plan. Paid plans start at $7.48/month.

Crowdfire is one of our favorite social media scheduling tools. It lets you schedule your content across social media channels and also helps you get tailored content for different social networks by searching through third-party content that your audience would be interested in. Crowdfire also offers solutions for monitoring your competitors so you can adopt and adapt what’s working for them.

Hootsuite

Hootsuite offers a 30-day free trial and has a free plan available. Paid plans start at $49/month.

Hootsuite will help you streamline your social media scheduling, making it easy to create, curate, schedule, manage, and report on your social media benchmarks with ease. You can automatically schedule unlimited posts so you can be active on your social platforms even when you’re sound asleep. The platform is chock full of features and integrates with 150+ solutions to make social media scheduling and management easier.

Zoho Social

Zoho Social offers a 15-day free trial. Plans start at $10/month.

Zoho Social is just one part of the Zoho suite of products but it’s available on its own. The platform makes it easy to schedule posts and even offers predictions for when your followers are most likely to engage with your content. It has a content calendar so you can organize your posts however you want. Zoho Social also has the tools you need to monitor your content and understand what’s going on with your followers with its comprehensive analytics tools.

 Monday.com

Monday.com doesn’t include a free plan, but it does offer you a free 14-day trial. Its Basic plan costs $8/seat/month. That plan is for teams just getting started with managing all their work in one place.

Monday.com doesn’t specifically target social media marketing. Instead, its focus is on improving the efficiency and workflow of your team. It is ideal for marketers and those wanting to create a logical workflow to manage their social media accounts.

Boards are at the heart of Monday.com. A board is a fully customizable table for managing
 your projects, workflows, and everyday work. You build boards that represent your workflow. Monday.com includes numerous templates to give you a starting point, one of which targets social media management. That template creates two boards:

  1. Campaign ideas and requests
  2. Campaign progress and status

Team members can make suggestions for upcoming social media posts on the Campaign Ideas and Requests board. If you decide these ideas are viable for a post, you can use the board to create an efficient and standardized workflow for a social media campaign.

The Campaign Progress and Status keeps track of your campaigns, split into Upcoming Campaigns, Live Campaigns, Completed, and Stuck.

Buffer (Web, iOS, Android, Chrome, Firefox, Safari)

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Buffer is one of the longest-running social media tools aimed primarily at scheduling posts, although it’s gone through multiple updates, shifts, and iterations. It supports Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, and Pinterest. Free users can connect up to three social accounts, including Facebook Pages and groups.

When you first connect a social account, Buffer will create a schedule for you. By default, Buffer creates four slots per day: in the morning, around noon, late-afternoon, and later in the evening for the time zone you’ve selected. Head to Settings > Posting Schedule to tweak this at any time, delete or add time slots, or disable an entire day. The more slots you have, the more updates you’ll need to schedule, but scheduling updates is easy with Buffer’s intuitive dashboard, mobile apps, and browser extensions.

For scheduling content from the web, Buffer offers browser extensions for Chrome, Firefox, Opera, and Safari. Click the Buffer icon in your toolbar (or use a keyboard shortcut), compose your update, and click Add to Queue to schedule. There are also mobile apps available for both iOS and Android, so you can schedule on the go.

While Buffer’s free plan is good enough to get started, if you want a more complete social media management solution or to control more than three social media accounts at once, you’ll need to pay $6/month per social channel for the Essentials plan. This gives you access to detailed analytics and engagement features, which let you interact with your audience directly from Buffer. (Also, if you want to bring team members on board, Buffer goes up to $12/month per social channel.)

With Zapier, it’s easy to link any other service you use to Buffer. For example, you can automatically add new blog posts to your schedule, either directly from WordPress or through an RSS feed.

Conclusion

Do you run your own website, blog or niche site? Facebook is the first place people go to if they are looking for information. It is also the best place to promote your website or blog. Social Media scheduling tools are a must if you want to reach more people, increase traffic and make sure your content gets seen by the right audience. Here at NicheSiteDigger , we’ve compiled lists of free social media scheduling tools for Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest and Google+. These helpful resources will help save time so you can focus on what’s important – expanding your business!

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