Who Uses ContentCal?
We cater to businesses, agencies, and freelancers to deliver a better social media planning and management experience.
What Is ContentCal?
ContentCal is the ultimate Social Media Management Platform that helps thousands of individuals, businesses, and agencies with their content planning efforts. Define users permissions, and streamline the approval process, manage multiple accounts in one centralised location, and communicate and collaborate with your team on curating and upcoming content. With ContentCal Analytics and Respond you can also keep tabs on content performance and learn how to improve for the future.
ContentCal Pricing Overview
ContentCal starts at US$17.00/month. ContentCal has a free version and offers free trial. See additional pricing details for ContentCal below.
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Reviewed on 12/10/2018
Review of ContentCal
Comments: ContentCal has enabled my virtual team to work together seamlessly across a number of clients and the agency has grown because of it.
Pros: - Very intuitive. I had my account up and running within 5 minutes. I was then quickly able to add team members and clients. We advise anyone we train to use ContentCal, many have been using other scheduling tools and they comment they find it an easy switch to make and enjoy the simplicity of it. - You can see your content across all your social channels on one screen. Want to change a post? No problem - just drag and drop it to another day. - The customer services team are super responsive and any issue is quickly resolved. - Great for planning. Each calendar has a planning channel where you can save content ideas ready for when you want to use them and also add categories for content. - Option to save your favourite hashtags to each calendar so you don't have to start from scratch every time. - The approval workflow allows multiple people to schedule to a calendar and provides the client /account owner ultimate sign off. It makes collaboration across a virtual team really easy. - No need for unsightly long links as there is a link shortener integrated into the tool.
Cons: The occaisional glitch with the new release but nothing that hasn't been sorted quickly by the customer service team.
Reviewed on 4/07/2019
Outstanding support from the team behind this great scheduling tool
Comments: OUtstanding - my posting to platforms is much more planned and organised. My ability to view the rest of my team's posting for their clients is seamless. All of which gives me more time to work on my business not in my business.
Pros: It is very easy to use, the layout is simple and intuitive and visually it is easy to see what the status is of each post.
Cons: There is very little I don't like, due to the age of the tool some aspects of it are not as advanced as its competitors BUT the outstanding customer service, flexibility of the team, and constant upgrades far outweigh any cons. I moved away from ContentCal, once, as I was wooed by another glitzy product however I soon returned!!
Reviewed on 7/02/2019
A kick ass platform that solved a lot of Agency needs
ContentCal has provided the following benefits to us and our Clients:
- Seamless organisation
- A centralised social media tool
- Easy campaign planner
- Integration with multiple social channels All the above has made social media team more effective and efficient, communication is simple and everyone feels in control of their own domain.
Pros: The number 1 thing we love is that fact that it is always developing. New features are added by the team, based on clients input and feedback. The company gives you a real feeling that this a tool that is built with the client and their customers first. The simple UI is fantastic, the drag and drop features, the clear calendar, the NO MESS (we've had some messy calendar before). As odd as it is, there is literally no learning curve, it's just simple and it works. Clients adapt quickly and all roles are set up immediately and work straight away. The feeling of professionalism that is transferred between agency and client is a HUGE bonus, and one that should be marketed by the team! Everyone is happy and organised, whether its our clients, our team, or our tech provider. Its a tripple win.
Cons: Sometimes they accidentally email our clients and aim to sell them the tool that they are already part of, but I believe that is more a CRM issue than a specific software issue. More focus on campaigns that the social media posts will be part of. There is a huge emphasis on the micro details, but not enough (yet) on the macro details of the campaign at large.
Reviewed on 10/02/2020
Good Social Media Tool but Lacks Reporting
Comments: The tool was okay. It would be great for an entry level social media manager or for internal social media reporting, but for an agency, it lacked the functionality and features we needed.
Pros: We liked the ability to easily schedule social media posts for our clients, save content/links/articles in a content library and add notes and campaigns for internal purposes.
Cons: We like the tool for scheduling purposes but the reporting really lacked the details we needed to send to our clients, which resulted in more work - so we weren't saving any significant amounts of time.
Reviewed on 1/07/2019
Why I love ContentCal
Comments: I don't like scheduling! ContentCal makes it a more pleasurable experience it's really satisfying seeing everything and it's great for planning and really have a good visual view of what you have planned for your channels.
✅ It helps you visually plan your content so it doubles up as a content calendar AND a scheduling tool.
✅ You can post to multiple platforms in one go, so if I create a post I can click a button and it will go out on Twitter, LI and Facebook (obviously you need to amend these to fit the channels and you can move them around after).
✅ You can work as a team or use it for client approvals (NB extra users do incur a charge)
✅You can repeat posts easily - even on Twitter where some 3rd party tools won't let you.
Cons: Sometimes link previews don't come across and I've had a few posts go out by mistake multiple times. Also, the changeover from one version to another was tricky but then it was a busy time when I was making the move.