SocialOomph review | offering free and paid productivity services


We’re not sure what’s going on over at Socialoomph. At one time they were a leader in the social media sharing space.

However it appears as if they aren’t trying very hard to keep up with the changing times. The interface is right out of the late 90’s.

While Socialoomph does offer unlimited social accounts – one of the only companies to offer this – you can’t get any reports.

So, you could follow all your client accounts but you can’t give them any reporting.

There are a few unique features to Socialoomph and most are geared to the solo-preneur.

Autofollow, autopost, friend finder, purge DMs, and other tools that may help a single handed business owner manage social media.




  • Free Plan available
  • Unlimited Social Accounts 
  • Reporting lacking
  • No real ability to monitor or engage
  • UX needs an update
  • Very text heavy



An old player that’s showing it’s age.


But again, the interface… not a pretty site. The company blog hasn’t been updated since June of 2014.

With a little effort, and by adding reporting, Socialoomph could contend with some of the larger players.

While you can get a free account, most features are available with the paid plan only.

The paid plan is $17.97 every two weeks. So that’s $35.94/mo. Not a great value when you compare it to other services.

Support is via a Self-Help center and online form.


SocialOomph at a glance


Company Overview

Editor’s note: This information was taken directly from the company’s page is a service that provides free and paid productivity enhancement services for social media users.

They are a Canadian company, operating as a division of 3827992 Canada Inc., and they have been in business since April 2008.

Formerly they were known as, with a focus on productivity solutions for users of

In August 2009 they broadened their scope to the users of other social networking services and they changed their name to to reflect the new scope.


Pricing: Free plan (limited features) and subscriptions set-up for once every 2 weeks payments starting at $6.97 and $17.97.
Monitor & Listen: Nothing more than what Twitter and Facebook offer natively.
Profiles Managed:
  • Twitter
  • Facebook
  • LinkedIn
  • Plurk
  • Rss Feeds, blogs and
Reporting: Found no real sense of reporting available comparable to many of the other social media management platforms I’ve reviewed.
Ease of Use: Not easy to figure out.