A job well done often boils down to the right tool. If you’d like to try the tools Rachel uses for Really Social, check out the options below:
Rachel uses Arkon Mounts a TON. From her smartphone (the Galaxy S8) to her webcam (the Logitech 920), she needs the flexibility and stability of making sure her device is right where it should be.
To get 20% off your next mount, use the code REALLYSOCIAL in your cart at Arkon.com.
Rachel uses Repurpose.io to automatically upload her podcast and livestream show to the Really Social YouTube channel. Considering the time already spent in preparing and recording the shows, removing the added steps of adapting and uploading the media content to YouTube is a lifesaver.
Click here for Rachel’s referral link to try Repurpose.io for your media workflows.
Rachel uses SiteGround to host and manage her websites (really.social and unpauseit.com). Their customer service is instant (mere minute via online chat or their helpful ticket system), customizing emails for domains is a snap, and SiteGround automatically updates CMS like WordPress for you!
Click here for Rachel’s referral link to try SiteGround for your next website.
Take video like a pro with the SMOVE smartphone stabilizer! I got mine to use for covering conferences, and now I don’t leave home without it when I know I need to capture epic video. Plus the SMOVE app lets you do a Facebook Live in landscape mode!
Click here for Rachel’s referral link to get your own SMOVE stabilizer!
There are right and wrong ways to grow your Twitter brand. The follow-then-unfollow-once-followed method is the wrong way, and Twitter (along with a ton of Twitter users) will penalize you for it. What if you could follow accounts which align with your profile’s focus and build a solid follower/following list?
Rachel has used Social Quant for targeting and following the Twitter users which match up with her brand’s goals, leading to valuable engagement and partnerships.
Click here for Rachel’s referral link to try SocialQuant for your Twitter profile growth.
Got a tool you’d like Rachel to try, test, and share if it passes muster? Email her today!