AI Case Study
Tailor Brands creates, schedules, and optimizes content to share on social networks
Tailor Brands has developed a new AI-powered social media management tool that automatically creates, schedules, and optimizes content to share on social networks. Tailor Social, an expansion of an existing product, the system can recommend content from across the web and it even offers a complete autopilot mode that does not require any human intervention in the process of social media marketing
Consultancy And Business Services
Tailor Brands, a company that leverages artificial intelligence (AI) to help companies automate elements of their marketing and branding, has announced a new AI-powered social media management tool that automatically creates, schedules, and optimizes content to share on social networks.
Tailor Social is an expansion of an existing product the company already included as part of its core product offering.
Moreover, Tailor Brands is expanding the scope of the offering. While it already offered up social-sharing text and designs constructed by its own AI bots, it will now recommend content from across the web — such as articles, videos, and GIFs. Brands have to first tell the platform about their industry and areas of interest, and Tailor Social will do the rest, including suggesting schedules for sharing to Facebook, Twitter, and soon Instagram.
It’s worth noting here that while the social scheduling automation can be set up with humans giving the final approval, there is also a complete autopilot mode, which — as its name suggests — automates everything.
Launching of a new product
AI content recommendation and scheduling platform,
Creative And Brand
The company has been setting out to teach computers how to design logos, formulate landing pages, and even plan social media strategies. However, all these features were bundled together as part of a single package. With a standalone Tailor Social subscription, the startup is opening up the feature to everyone — whether they want an automated logo design or not.
company industry and areas of interest, web searches, social media content