6 Secrets For Starting A Successful Social Media Scheduling Tool

Want to start your own social media scheduling tool? Here are 6 tips you should know.
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We've interviewed thousands of successful founders at Starter Story and asked what advice they would give to entrepreneurs who are just getting started.

Here's the best advice we discovered for starting a social media scheduling tool:

#1: Davis Baer, founder of OneUp:

We chatted with with Davis, founder of OneUp ($10K/month). In our interview, Davis says:

Figure out what your target customer is searching for, and then create awesome content in the form of a landing page, blog post, or video to answer the question that they are searching for.

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#2: Dinesh Agrawal, founder of RecurPost:

We chatted with with Dinesh, founder of RecurPost ($35K/month). In our interview, Dinesh says:

You need to implement a framework to get reports on demand so that you can see what works and whatnot.

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#3: Davis Baer, founder of OneUp:

We chatted with with Davis, founder of OneUp ($10K/month). In our interview, Davis says:

I wanted to take advantage of us being small and, as Paul Graham has famously said, “do things that don’t scale” by really wow-ing the users during the onboarding experience.

Additionally:

Consistency is the key to success for so many things. For example, if you are starting a podcast, that might mean promising yourself to record and publish 20 episodes before you consider giving up.

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#4: Alex Bozhin, founder of Postoplan.app:

We chatted with with Alex, founder of Postoplan.app ($70K/month). In our interview, Alex says:

Don’t work with things you don’t like. Work with things that make you happy, change your approach, and I promise you, you’ll be successful.

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#5: Christy Laurence, founder of Plann:

We chatted with with Christy, founder of Plann ($/month). In our interview, Christy says:

If you’re not really passionate about what you’re doing, there’s no way you can get up and keep going.

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