While most social media software companies are expensive (some will charge you $50/month for their cheapest plan), Cactus is truly affordable and offers plans starting at just $12.99/month. With the ability to change or cancel at any time, and no long term contracts, Cactus gives you powerful time-saving social media automation on Facebook and Twitter without the burden of a large cost.
Yes, very. Once you input your website into Cactus, it will create and schedule posts for you. Then take about 15 minutes or so to review your posts and create any new ones that Cactus did not create, you’re ready to roll. Cactus will recycle your posts too, so you don’t have to keep going back in and scheduling posts in the future.
Yes it does! You just need to copy and paste the URL from your website and Cactus will write posts for you that link to your website. Once it creates your initial batch of posts, you will be able to review them and approve the ones you love. And then…Boom! You have evergreen posts that will repeat on a regular schedule.
That’s all good! You can always create posts on your own, or edit the posts that Cactus has created for you. Cactus gives you complete control to customize all of your posts. If you create or edit an evergreen post, your latest version will be saved and recycled.
Most definitely. As long as you have a website and a Facebook and/or Twitter account, Cactus will publish posts independently of any other platform you are using. It can serve as an affordable complementary tool that will automate your evergreen content on Facebook and Twitter.
Currently, Cactus publishes to both Facebook and Twitter. For Facebook, it will publish to the page that you select. If you have multiple websites, and multiple Facebook pages and Twitter accounts that go with them, Cactus can handle them all.
Yes you can! Using the Bulk upload posts feature, you can upload a .csv file with up to 100 posts. Your file must include text in column A, and a link to a valid URL in column B, with no column headers. Cactus will automatically schedule your posts beginning at the start date that you select. View the documentation here for more detailed instructions.