Everypost is a smaller company that was founded later in 2012. They are currently headquartered in the Miami/Fort Lauderdale, Florida area. Everypost specializes in curating visual content from a variety of sources. They allow consumers to customize and schedule posts across all of their personal social media platforms. They have a simple interface and mobile app (both iOS and Android) that allows consumers to have greater control of their social media presence.
- Social media platforms
- Mobile app
- Content curation
- Free trial
- Contact sync
With Everypost, you can link up to almost all of the major social media platforms. Consumers can link up to their Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Tumblr, and Company Pages.
There is an Everypost mobile app for both iOS and Android. Their iOS app has just over 600 reviews and a rating of 4.5 stars. Their Android app has over 3,000 reviews and a rating of 4 stars.
Although Pinterest and Instagram have not released their API quite yet, Everypost still allows content curation for both Pinterest and Instagram - as well as YouTube, Flickr, and RSS feed.
They offer a 7 day free trial for their Pro Plan. Consumers do not even have to enter any credit card information to sign up.
Everypost gives consumers the ability to sync all of their personal contacts' information to the Everypost app. You can use the app on both iPad and Android tablets. Everypost is also compatible with all browsers.
- One account only
- Customer support
- Inability to post multiple photos
- Lack of company information
Everypost offers two plans; however, neither plan allows consumers to connect more than one account to their profile. Neither plan provides any analytic reports that consumers can share or print either.
If consumers need any technical support or questions that need answered immediately, the only option they have is to email support. The only support communication they provide to consumers is email - no matter the plan they are under. They do not provide a phone number or have a chat box option.
They do not allow multiple photo postings at this time.
There is not a lot of company information, historical or background, about Everypost on their site or on the web. Only some information was found about them on LinkedIn. According to LinkedIn, they have less than 10 employees - so their ability to scale and provide support will be low.
The Bottom Line
Everypost's free plan is a good option for consumers on a budget. It provides all the basic needs for a simple social media tool. You can link up to almost all of the major social media platforms: Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Tumblr, and Company Pages.
Their Pro Plan, however, has some tough competition. Although it is only $9.99 a month, there are a lot fewer features offered than some of their competitors. They do not offer any analytic reports and consumers can only connect one account to their Everypost profile. And the only support they offer is by email. For these reasons, we cannot recommend Everypost.