Argyle turned one on Wednesday. And we’re launching a completely overhauled, amazingly useful, drop-dead gorgeous version of our product on Saturday. This is a good week for us.
Here are some of the high points from the forthcoming release, along with some screenshots. We invite you to set up a 15-day free trial Argyle Social account to take a look for yourself.
The new Argyle Social features beautifully re-designed, completely HTML5 interface and a well-re-organized layout.
Note that we’re moving to a top-level navigation that reflects our core functional areas – Publish, Engage, & Measure.
We’ve built real-time social inbox that aggregates all of the mentions, comments, retweets, and such across all of the social properties you’ve authenticated in Argyle.
The feature is very much a Gmail-for-social-media-marketers. Argyle stores all of your social media mentions permanently – so nothing falls through the cracks! – and provides a simple way for you to read, respond, and archive as appropriate.
After lots and lots of customer feedback and testing, we’ve re-engineered the posting workflow to enable easier re-posts, simplify web analytics administration, and let marketers tailor content by social platform and property. We think you’re going to love it.
We like to save time when we can, so we built an RSS-to-social publisher that automatically pushes content from an RSS feed (like your blog) to your social properties. This feature makes it super easy for marketers to automate sophisticated publishing patterns.
You’ll also find lots of little things in the release – like a new bookmarklet, a “share” link on all of your Facebook Link posts, smarter post creation/scheduling, post drafts, infinite scroll, absolutely perfect homemade icons from Josh, and a partridge in a pear tree.