Hey, We’re in the business of creating perfection.

Yeah yeah yeah. We’ve heard it all before. Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, SEO: what do all these terms mean? Logically, we all know we need to do it to ‘grow’ but as a business, do I REALLY need it?

The only answer is yes. However, there are multiple answers as to WHY, and WHERE you should be. For example, if you owned a small cafe on the corner, you may not utilize LinkedIn, but Facebook and Instagram are definitely worth it. If you’re a service professional, Instagram may not be worth your time either, but maybe you need Pinterest!

Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram

The only answer is yes. However, there are multiple answers as to WHY, and WHERE you should be. For example, if you owned a small cafe on the corner, you may not utilize LinkedIn, but Facebook and Instagram are definitely worth it. If you’re a service professional, Instagram may not be worth your time either, but maybe you need Pinterest!

There is a new art in town; the art of how to send the right social media message. As social media managers, we know culture, trends, and key industries to be in and follow. We know how to build a message that lines up with your brand. We know how your target market acts…and reacts! We know how to integrate SEO. We know image copyrights.

Oh yeah…we know when to post, where to post, and what type of message (text, photo, or video) to post.

Did you know that 74% of online adults use social media/networking sites?! 71% of adults online use Facebook. And the best time to post is on Wednesday at 3PM. THOSE are the kinds of things we know…

The Statistics:

43% of digital marketers say social media is one of their most effective tactics, but 49% call it one of the most difficult. (TNW News)
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The three characteristics of brand social media posting most important to consumers, in order, are 1) the brand shares new content; 2) the content is relevant to the brand; and 3) the brand engages with its followers. (SocialTimes)
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Among the top 100 global brands (primarily B2C), YouTube is the most widely adopted social network; all 100 companies maintain at least one YouTube channel. Twitter is the second-most adopted at 98% followed by Facebook (96%), Instagram (a surprise at 85%), Google+ (78%) and Pinterest (67%). (Dazeinfo)
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84% of CEOs and VPs say they use social media to help make purchasing decisions. (Lenati)
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34% of small businesses have no social media presence at all, and 36% of those who do never respond to customer comments online. (Direct Marketing)
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WOW THANK YOU so much. It looks great. I cannot thank you enough for helping me.
Ryan Harpold, Harpold Football

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