Using Crowdbooster with your officemates just got this much more fun…
No, seriously. It’s with great pleasure that I announce today that you can now collaborate with multiple users on Crowdbooster. We are especially excited because to us, this signifies an institutionalization of social media in the modern organization. This is very different compared to when we started. Back then (circa 2010), trailblazing social media managers, fueled by not much more than a vision of a more connected world, single-handedly took on social media management roles with little to no resources at their disposal. Today, the social-savvy workforce is coming together on social platforms, with increasingly more resources to engage.
Here’s what you can do right now if you upgrade to Crowdbooster for Teams. Invite your entire marketing team to use Crowdbooster. Don’t forget to include temporary contractors and the awesome intern. Invite the executives and your clients, too. Crowdbooster was designed to be extremely simple to understand, so no training would be required for the other members of your team to start running reports and managing social profiles. Crowdbooster was also made to be visually stunning for you to use to demonstrate your performance and win over your clients and bosses, so send them access. You can add, remove, and limit users to manage only specific accounts. If you don’t want a user to have permission to change anything or post messages, you can easily limit her access level.
This is our first stab at making Crowdbooster work better in today’s collaborative environment. What features does your team need to get things done? What kind of roadblocks are you running into when managing social media as an organization? Tweet us @Crowdbooster.
When we look out into the future. We see social penetrating the organization, transforming more parts of the business than the ones we can rattle off right now – customer service, public relations, marketing, etc. Crowdbooster intends to be there to serve you. On top of that, what excites us even more is how the people inside social organizations will turn around and change social media even further by showing us how to use social media in a way that we never would’ve imagined. From there, we will get a lot closer to making the world a more open, authentic, and connected place.