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Juicer is a leading social media aggregator that curates and presents your brand's social data in a unified format. All of this - photos, hashtags, videos, posts, images, etc can be embedded on your website to improve content moderation and curation.

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  • Verified User in Recreational Facilities and ServicesSmall-Business(50 or fewer emp.)
    Review
    5.0

    Juicer makes it really easy to visually share what is happening in multiple social communities all at once. Content can come from multiple channels and can be based on hashtags and more. There are also great filtering tools to you can review content before it appears on your site, to better control your brand and messaging. Very little to dislike. With help from a developer, Juicer's existing templates can be further modified for a custom display on your site. You can create a free account to get to know the product before signing up for one of their paid plans. As a project manager, I worked with Juicer to meet my client's need of showcasing all the fun things that were happening at Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. We configured it to be a visual feed only and enabled permissions settings so they could review content before it appeared on their site.

  • Verified User in Marketing and AdvertisingMid-Market(51-1000 emp.)
    Review
    5.0

    We always struggled with how to seamlessly get people to engage with our social media at events. We tried dedicated hashtags, photo booths, you name it. But, projecting a live social media feed was the perfect solution. When people see a live visual of other people tweeting and posting photos of themselves at our events, well, they want to do the same thing. It has had a cumulative effect and our event attendance and social audience growth. I don't have any complaints. It does exactly what I want it to do. They have a free trial. I suggest that you first try test it out before going live at an event. We spent a lot of money on advertising our events and social engagement at our events was meager. Juicer has more than paid for itself when taking into the tremendous amount of money and headache it has saved us.

  • Naomi L.Marketing and Event Planning Assistant
    Review
    3.5

    I used Juicer.io as a platform to monitor the social media pages, specifically Instagram, for Berry College. I enjoyed how organized this program was, allowing me to track hashtags and photos the campus had been tagged in. Juicer made it easy to find unwanted tags from tattoo parlors or risque photos that didn't look good for the campus. Not a dislike but a suggestion - if you could program what kind of moderation you are looking for in Juicer (have the system.automatically filter posts, make instant awareness of proven posts), so that you are instantly notified of something important on a hashtag, etc. Helps me monitor how my organization appears to the public, with a large following of interactive community members.

Negative Comments
  • Verified User in Recreational Facilities and ServicesSmall-Business(50 or fewer emp.)
    Review
    5.0

    Juicer makes it really easy to visually share what is happening in multiple social communities all at once. Content can come from multiple channels and can be based on hashtags and more. There are also great filtering tools to you can review content before it appears on your site, to better control your brand and messaging. Very little to dislike. With help from a developer, Juicer's existing templates can be further modified for a custom display on your site. You can create a free account to get to know the product before signing up for one of their paid plans. As a project manager, I worked with Juicer to meet my client's need of showcasing all the fun things that were happening at Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. We configured it to be a visual feed only and enabled permissions settings so they could review content before it appeared on their site.

  • Verified User in Marketing and AdvertisingMid-Market(51-1000 emp.)
    Review
    5.0

    We always struggled with how to seamlessly get people to engage with our social media at events. We tried dedicated hashtags, photo booths, you name it. But, projecting a live social media feed was the perfect solution. When people see a live visual of other people tweeting and posting photos of themselves at our events, well, they want to do the same thing. It has had a cumulative effect and our event attendance and social audience growth. I don't have any complaints. It does exactly what I want it to do. They have a free trial. I suggest that you first try test it out before going live at an event. We spent a lot of money on advertising our events and social engagement at our events was meager. Juicer has more than paid for itself when taking into the tremendous amount of money and headache it has saved us.

  • Naomi L.Marketing and Event Planning Assistant
    Review
    3.5

    I used Juicer.io as a platform to monitor the social media pages, specifically Instagram, for Berry College. I enjoyed how organized this program was, allowing me to track hashtags and photos the campus had been tagged in. Juicer made it easy to find unwanted tags from tattoo parlors or risque photos that didn't look good for the campus. Not a dislike but a suggestion - if you could program what kind of moderation you are looking for in Juicer (have the system.automatically filter posts, make instant awareness of proven posts), so that you are instantly notified of something important on a hashtag, etc. Helps me monitor how my organization appears to the public, with a large following of interactive community members.

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Positive Comments
  • Tim SchumacherChairman
    Review
    5.0

    I've done a bit of web research, but to be honest, I have not used competitor's products, because Juicer was really much cheaper (at the same rate of functionality) than others.
    Juicer is great for any campaign, hashtag, or event-related website. For example, we've created this website for a friend's event (the "Pirate Summit", and it looks like this https://www.juicer.io/pirate-summit). Also, artists use it a lot, for example, Bon Jovi's official site at https://www.juicer.io/bonjovi. You can also build a lot of stuff around it, and just keep Juicer's aggregated social media feed in an iFrame. Juicer is less well suited if you want to enable actions from social media, e.g. buying a physical product. In these cases, classic e-commerce shops are better suited.
    Content Curation: Juicer allows you to curate fresh content daily, hourly or (for events) even by the minute Great Moderation Tools: Straightforward moderation. Delete any posts you don't want showing up. Responsive: Looks great on all devices, including iPhone, iPad, etc.
    There might be one or two social media sources worth adding, e.g. Tripadvisor.

  • Alexis Senge Johnson, MNMFoundation Executive Director
    Review
    4.0

    I havent had the first-hand opportunity to try other platforms. Juicer was already being used on our other websites and therefore were now utilizing it for the Foundation.
    If youre looking for an opportunity to have the ability to set it and forget it, this is the perfect low maintenance tool. However, if you were looking for it to intelligently rule out duplicates on your social media posts to push only one of them to your website, then dont expect Juicer to do that for you.
    Juicer allows me the opportunity to set it and forget it so that I can use my valuable time to focus on other things. Juicer has allowed us to seamlessly ensure that our social media feed can be found on our website and that it will stay up to date at any given moment.
    I wish that Juicer had the ability to sort out posts that are similar so that when it pushes to our website it wouldnt duplicate items that were put on more than one of our social channels.

Negative Comments
  • Tim SchumacherChairman
    Review
    5.0

    I've done a bit of web research, but to be honest, I have not used competitor's products, because Juicer was really much cheaper (at the same rate of functionality) than others.
    Juicer is great for any campaign, hashtag, or event-related website. For example, we've created this website for a friend's event (the "Pirate Summit", and it looks like this https://www.juicer.io/pirate-summit). Also, artists use it a lot, for example, Bon Jovi's official site at https://www.juicer.io/bonjovi. You can also build a lot of stuff around it, and just keep Juicer's aggregated social media feed in an iFrame. Juicer is less well suited if you want to enable actions from social media, e.g. buying a physical product. In these cases, classic e-commerce shops are better suited.
    Content Curation: Juicer allows you to curate fresh content daily, hourly or (for events) even by the minute Great Moderation Tools: Straightforward moderation. Delete any posts you don't want showing up. Responsive: Looks great on all devices, including iPhone, iPad, etc.
    There might be one or two social media sources worth adding, e.g. Tripadvisor.

  • Alexis Senge Johnson, MNMFoundation Executive Director
    Review
    4.0

    I havent had the first-hand opportunity to try other platforms. Juicer was already being used on our other websites and therefore were now utilizing it for the Foundation.
    If youre looking for an opportunity to have the ability to set it and forget it, this is the perfect low maintenance tool. However, if you were looking for it to intelligently rule out duplicates on your social media posts to push only one of them to your website, then dont expect Juicer to do that for you.
    Juicer allows me the opportunity to set it and forget it so that I can use my valuable time to focus on other things. Juicer has allowed us to seamlessly ensure that our social media feed can be found on our website and that it will stay up to date at any given moment.
    I wish that Juicer had the ability to sort out posts that are similar so that when it pushes to our website it wouldnt duplicate items that were put on more than one of our social channels.