Social Media Management
Social media management is the process of creating, publishing, promoting, and managing content across social media channels like Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, TikTok and Youtube. It goes beyond just posting updates to your company social media profiles. It also includes engaging with your audience and looking for new opportunities to increase reach and visibility.
We can help you with:
Choosing the Right Social Media Management Platforms
Developing a Social Media Strategy
Creating a Social Media Schedule
Creating and Posting Content
Responding to Fans and Followers apropiatly
Engaging with Others on Social Platforms
Creating Advertising Campaigns
Managing Contests and Giveaways
Tracking Performance Over Time
Content keeps us informed, answers our questions, entertains us, makes us smile, guides our decisions, and more. Content helps you attract, engage, and delight prospects and customers, bring new visitors to your site, and ultimately, generate revenue for your company.
Community Management brings your brand to life online. A single angry customer has a voice that carries to others whether it’s through word-of-mouth, sharing screenshots, or the trail of comments they leave behind online.
But the same goes for your happy customers, and community management helps you create more of those.
Analytics, results, monthly reports, tracking performance
Analytics lets you know if your audience likes what you say or if the proposed social media strategy for a brand is working or not.
Analytics allows you to measure the results of what you do on your website (if you like it, if not, what you like, where your users come from, what your competition does …) and take measures to correct your actions or improve your results.
Influencer Marketing is a hybrid of old and new marketing tools. It takes the idea of celebrity endorsement and places it into a modern-day content-driven marketing campaign. But influencer marketing doesn't just involve celebrities. Instead, it revolves around people who has the power to affect the purchasing decisions of others because of his or her authority, knowledge, position, or relationship with his or her specific audience