I think you will agree when I say: social media marketing is a lot of work! You must find content, post, post some more, like and follow, among other things. When you do it manually, social media marketing is time-consuming and pricey, more so when you’re handling other business tasks.
But guess what?
I found a gem, a nifty plugin known as Social Rabbit. The plugin posts amazing human-like content to your four favorite social networks: FB, Instagram, Twitter, and Pinterest on auto-pilot 24/7. If that doesn’t get you going, you can use the plugin to post (grab) content from popular accounts, follow users, comment, and like.
It’s social media marketing in a box.
According to the developer, Alidropship:
The smart bunny draws attention to your accounts through following, liking, and commenting on users’ posts and accounts. Your social traffic and sales grow like crazy!
With this handy plugin, you can fully automate your site’s social media accounts posts, but make them look like you’ve spent hours on thoughtful planning and crafting of every post.
In today’s review, we install the Social Rabbit WordPress plugin and discover what makes it such a game-changer.
Without further ado, let’s start.
First, Buy the Social Rabbit WordPress Plugin
Social Rabbit is a premium WordPress plugin. You can’t get it from the free WordPress plugin repository. You need a valid license, meaning you must head over to the Social Rabbit website and hit the Buy Plugin button.
They offer three packages: one-site license at $69 bucks, three-site license at $149, and five-site license at $209. Choose the package that’s suitable for you. There is a slight learning curve, but it is smooth sailing all the way. Plus, you have video documentation and included lifetime professional support, so yay!
FYI: Although Social Rabbit is an add-on for the famous Alidropship plugin, you don’t need the latter. Social Rabbit is a standalone plugin that you can use on any WordPress website, even if you don’t have the Alidropship plugin.
After purchase, download the plugin to your computer. Note that you should select the archive compatible with your PHP version – 7.1 or 7.2/7.3. To check your PHP version, use the Display PHP Version plugin by David Gwyer. Alternatively, you can check your PHP version inside cPanel.
Now, you’re ready for the fun part ?
Install the Social Rabbit WordPress Plugin
By now, you must know how to install WordPress plugins. Log in to your WordPress admin dashboard, and go to Plugins > Add New:
This article was written by Freddy and originally published on WPExplorer.