DrumUp’s New Multiple Social Account Management Feature Takes the Pain Out of Social Media Content Management

Social media content management tool DrumUp has added multiple dashboard functionality for easy management of multiple Facebook and Twitter accounts within a single DrumUp account. The new interface is clean and intuitive, allowing users to control all their accounts from one place to save time and boost productivity. DrumUp is offering this functionality at no cost for a limited duration.

Bangalore, India, February 26, 2015 --(PR.com)-- DrumUp, the new social media content management tool, has upped the ante by incorporating multiple dashboard functionality to make it easier for users to manage multiple Facebook and Twitter pages from a single DrumUp account. It is offering this feature free of cost. A similar functionality offered by popular social media tools can cost a few to several dollars per month. Users will now be able to connect multiple Facebook and Twitter accounts, and specify different keywords and topics of interest for every social media page separately.

The objective behind the new enhancement was to provide users more flexibility and convenience in managing multiple accounts. Users can get a top-level view of activity across all social media accounts from one place. Comparing and reviewing published posts on different accounts is now quicker and more comfortable. Multiple dashboard functionality is expected to save users time and help manage social media content posting in a more consolidated way.

The new dashboard is clean and easy to use, with the settings tab allowing users to tweak their accounts as and when required. Godot Media spokesperson said, “DrumUp is at the core of busy business owners' social media marketing efforts. We're happy to extend its functionality and this is just a glimpse of more enhancements and capabilities to come.”

DrumUp is an intelligent social media content management app that uses sophisticated algorithms to suggest personalized content that users can share with their Facebook and Twitter audiences. Users input themes relevant to their niche to get share-worthy news stories with high engagement potential. These stories are queued up for posting in a neat, linear format, and are further editable and customizable. Users can even add completely new posts like business promotions to the publishing queue.

The DrumUp app continues to be offered for free. For more information, please visit http://drumup.io/
Sophia Solanki