Facebook page creation outfit Mediafeedia has upgraded its offerings to include advanced scheduling.
The vendor’s newest release, MediafeediaPRO, allows small businesses to schedule wall posts on the social network, complete with company name, logo, and embedded links.
These improvements bring Mediafeedia’s capabilities toward more directly competing with heavy-hitters like Buddy Media, Involver and — well, more vendors than we have room to mention here.
However, MediafeediaPRO costs a lot less — hence the appeal to small businesses. The offering at $19.95 per month.
That $19.95 figure covers up to 999 fans and management on one page. Other pricing tiers include:
- $39.95 per month, which covers 1,000 to 2,999 fans and unlimited fan pages;
- $59.95 per month, which covers 3,000 to 4,999 fans and unlimited fan pages;
- $99.95 per month, which covers 5,000 to 9,999 fans and unlimited fan pages;
- $199.95 per month, which covers 10,000 to 19,999 fans and unlimited fan pages; and
- Support for 20,000 fans or more, with details available via Mediafeedia.
Users also have access to the Mediafeedia dashboard, which offers the company’s suite of content-management features, including posting of text, links, photos, and video, in real-time or scheduled, and delivered to a single page or multiple pages.
Multiple administrators can be assigned to Mediafeedia accounts, and analytics such as interactions, likes, and comments can be tracked.
In addition to Facebook content-management solutions, the Ridgeland, S.C.-based company offers scalable systems for voice, data, and fax communications, as well as local search engines.
Mediafeedia Co-Founder and Vice President of Marketing Justin VanBogart said:
With a passion for supporting small businesses, we’re excited to offer enterprise-grade technology to small business owners and entrepreneurs at a minimal price. We’re giving the small business owner exactly what only the biggest players in the social media space currently have access to, making theme instantly more competitive in the social space.
Readers, how do you coordinate your posts on Facebook?