• Gail Gardner says:

    Thanks for sharing this. Interesting that there is a free version. I wonder how limited it is?

    • Lisa says:

      Hi Gail, did you see the chart at the bottom of the article? It shows you what is available on the FREE version. I use the FREE one for my Small Biz Tipster blog – I can share it on Twitter with it. (You get to pick one social profile with the FREE version) You can schedule up to 500 posts with the FREE version. If you go with the SOlO option you can use 3 social profiles and up to 3,000 scheduled posts as well as curating content. Sol0 is $19 per month or $15 if you prepay for the year. Much cheaper than most other programs out there. Thanks for stopping by Gail. Give it a whirl. It’s easy!

  • Patrick says:

    Excellent review. I’ve been using MissingLettr since 2017, and they have constantly been improving their UI & adding new features. It’s been my go-to tool for promoting new blog posts, and their Curate library tends to get 100+ shares per post in the first few days alone.

    Definitely a unique and useful tool for SMM.

    • Lisa says:

      Hi Patrick, welcome to Inspire To Thrive. Glad to hear you like MissingLttr too, have many accounts are you using for it? I like the curated library a lot! A great feature for sure. Have you tried other social media management tools out there Patrick? Thanks for coming by on this one. Have a great day.

      • Patrick says:

        Hey Lisa, I have the MissingLettr Agency Plan. I’m only using it for 2 brands at this time, Twitter & FB on each.

        The other tool I use is Social Bee, which handles all of my recurring evergreen posts & analytics; Twitter, FB, IG, and Pinterest (and hopefully soon their Unified Inbox that’s in the works now).

        Take care!

    • That’s true, Patrick,

      The MissingLettr team has been continually improving its product. More improvements coming in the incoming months.

  • Hi, Lisa and Christopher,

    I never heard of Missingletrr before reading this post, thanks for sharing.

    Marketing tools are meant to improve productivity, save time, simplify complex task, improve performance and efficiency, I think Missingletrr has done well in all aspects.

    Thanks for sharing this with us.

    • Lisa says:

      Hi Shamsudeen, thanks for coming by on this post. I’m loving Missinger Lettr – it makes it so easy to put your posts on autopilot and I love that you can share with others and others can share your posts from there as well. I’m on 6 months with it now and will continue to use it. Feel free to try it out for FREE!

    • Hi Shamsudeen,

      I agree with you, marketing tools are meant to improve productivity, save time, simplify complex tasks, and improve performance and efficiency.

      Missinglettr ticks each of these boxes and more. You should try it out.

      Thanks for dropping by to read this Missinglettr review.

  • Christopher nice breakdown here. MissingLettr definitely has potential as a way to save time using social media. Tools can create a more seamless experience for both bloggers and their followers on social media. Thanks for sharing with us.


    • Lisa says:

      Hi Ryan, I do love this software, I use it with Agorapulse and if I didn’t need social media reports for clients I would only use MissingLttr. I’m in the testing phase but love what I’m seeing so far. I love the ability for others to share your content from MissingLtrr, something Agorapulse does not have.
      But Agorapulse has the capability to reply to everything on social media so it’s best for me to stick with both for now. It will be interesting to see how far each goes with its software in the coming year. Now, I wish for one that would include alternative social media as well 🙂 Thanks for your input here Ryan.

    • Thank you, Ryan.

      Missinglettr does help both bloggers and social media managers immensely. It’s one software every digital person should have in their toolbox.

      I’m glad you found this helpful.

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