Grum.co

The bane of every social media managers life is that Instagram doesn’t allow for photos to be posted from your desktop, and you can only be logged into one account at a time (although they’re testing this feature)

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Grum.co takes care of these problems for you. You can connect lots of accounts to one login, with the only limit we can see is how much you’re prepared to pay for it!

The site offers a 3 day trial to allow you to test it out to see whether it suits your needs – it’s pretty simple to use with a charecter limit to tell you if your caption is going to be too long, and a tag count so your post should publish fine without needing any help from you to post (as many of the Instagram schedulers do)

The dashboard provides a nice overview of your account, but it could be improved by providing statistics like Iconosquare does, notifications of new comments and new mentions.

From $3.99 per account per month, with the price per account dropping the more that you connect, grum.co feels a little expensive for the average blogger who might want to schedule posts to promote new blog posts, especially when you consider that Buffer costs $10 per month to allow you to post to various accounts at the same time but for our social media managers, small business owners and pro-blogger friends out there, this might be just what they’ve been looking for. The pricing is going to increase on 1st Feb as well, to $10 for 2 accounts, so if you only have one account to connect, it would be worth activating your account now to keep this price – test out the trial today to see whether it suits your needs!

Hayley Constantine

Hayley has been blogging since before most people knew what a blog was! She started Bonjour, Blogger! in May 2013 as a way to share her knowledge and experiences - if you ever have a question, get in touch!

  • Stacey

    I really like this as it is significantly less than Latergram and doesn’t just send a notification to your phone when the post is scheduled to post and then you have to do that. Not that that is a lot to do but when I’m busy at work and want to spread posts out through the day I have been missing them.
    The one thing I can’t seem to find on Grum’s website is how many photos you can schedule in a month for that price. It gives an information about how many accounts but I didn’t find that. Do you know by chance?
    In all honesty though I wish Instagram would come up with their own. I think its safe to say that the original intent of quick instant photos isn’t what all users want anymore so why not? If people do still want to do the instant photos they could. Just my two cents.:-)

    January 23, 2016 at 5:52 pm Reply
    • Ivan Grumov

      Hi, Stacey! Glad that you like our service :) Answering your question – unlike some our competitors, we have unlimited amout of photos you may schedule in a month. By the way, soon you’ll be able to share videos via Grum.
      Hope to keep you pleased! ;)

      March 3, 2016 at 5:38 pm Reply
  • Ivan Grumov

    Thank you, Hayley, for the kind words! We appreciate that :) Good luck to you and your blog!

    March 3, 2016 at 5:27 pm Reply

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