New media scheduling software Rivuu launched by Australian strategist

Rivuu, A new social media content scheduling software has been launched by Max Doyle, the founder of social media agency Hello Social.

Rivuu scheduling system

The social media software schedules content to social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter and Instagram after analysing the prime time for maximum engagement.

Rivuu aims to reduce the workload of social media marketing by streamlining workflow to create faster turnaround times for agencies and businesses.

Launched in January the new software is currently being used by brands including Spotify, Fujitsu and Evian and agencies such as Ogilvy and Leo Burnett.

The software plans advertised on the website includes a free model offering Facebook only scheduling, customisable workflows, customisable dashboards and unlimited users. While a professional package for $10 USD a month includes scheduling to Facebook, Instagram or Twitter, access to all features, unlimited posts, unlimited users and customisable workflows.

The website also has an unpriced enterprise offering.

Doyle said he is looking to expand in the US as he heads to the US to meet with investors

Doyle said: “We realised at Hello Social there were just too many people and tools involved in the content creation, approval and scheduling process. We thought if we could have the whole process in one tool it would significantly improve productivity. So, we created a platform that brings copywriters, graphic designers, community managers and clients/managers all together, making it possible to approve and schedule content with one click.

“We’ve had overwhelmingly positive feedback from our clients who all say they’ve noticed a considerable reduction in the time it takes get content approved and scheduled. We’ve been in talks with several VCs who’ve expressed interest and have already received a series A funding offer,” said Doyle.



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