DivvyHQ Adds Functionality Through Social Media

Derek Schou
by Derek Schou 27 Aug, 2014

With one consumer activity on the Web, it's vital for companies to be as active on their profiles as possible.

DivvyHQ, a cloud-based enterprise content planning and workflow solution, has expanded its offerings to now include integrations with social media kings Facebook and Twitter.

The new integrations will allow marketers to publish content they have curated on DivvyHQ directly from the solution to Facebook and Twitter, a feature that that many of their competitors like Kapost already contained.

Another new feature that DivvyHQ announced was the ability to import existing spreadsheet-based calendars onto the platform. With this capability, content marketers will be able to more effectively organize their content production schedules as well as keep the rest of their team informed of what they are responsible for.

"Our focus has always been to solve the challenges of managing content planning and production, but our customers have continually asked us to extend DivvyHQ's functionality into direct publishing to various social channels and digital platforms," said Brody Dorland, co-founder of DivvyHQ. "We have listened and are excited to offer these new integrations."

Companies that leverage DivvyHQ's solution include Sprint, Intel, Cisco and Adobe.