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I am going with #2. I still have my Compaq iPaq. I remember it had the brightest screen I had ever seen, and the voice recognition was amazing, especially considering that it was 2002. The battery is almost completely dead now and to use it I would have to keep it plugged up, but you can still say "thank you" to the iPaq and it will respond with "You're welcome". That still makes me smile! @sholtutm
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@jessostroff I don't work for Hootsuite, just love their product. And the mobile app is great too. I am however going to look at a couple of these tools you mention just to make sure I am not missing something.
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Echoing the comments of others, Hootsuite deserves to be on this list, and probably toward the top. I am impressed with some of those tools you mentioned, but for small business I find it hard to recommend anything other than Hootsuite. Never had any issues with them either.
I agree with most of this. I don't have that many customers that rely on me for Facebook consulting, but I do have some. And they are scambling, which means I am scambling. Something else that bugs me is the "Highlights" button at the top of the timeline. They don't offer a 'show everything' option like in the old design, which to me is just dumb. Am I am alone in that??
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