We are a team of digital marketing professionals which provide effective social media services to companies and organizations throughout the world. Whether you need help with your Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube or Pinterest account, we can help you draw attention to your business and generate leads 24/7.

Social media is a relatively new way to connect with your target audience. People are consuming more and more data, whether it be online or offline. It is important to think about how you can use social media to promote your company’s message and make an impact on your audience.

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Social Media

$ 150 Monthly
  • $50 Ads Spend include
  • 1 Social Media Channel
  • 3 Post Per Week
  • Post Written and Design By Us
  • Unique Graphic and Content
  • Tailored Strategy
  • Monthly statistics and Report
  • Support 24/7
  • Custom Plan Available
Starter

Social Media

$ 249 Monthly
  • $100 Ads Spend include
  • 2 Social Media Channel
  • 5 Post Per Week
  • Post Written and Design By Us
  • Unique Graphic and Content
  • Tailored Strategy
  • Monthly statistics and Report
  • Support 24/7
  • Custom Plan Available
Silver

Social Media

$ 349 Monthly
  • $120 Ads Spend include
  • 3 Social Media Channel
  • 10 Post Per Week
  • Post Written and Design By Us
  • Unique Graphic and Content
  • Tailored Strategy
  • Monthly statistics and Report
  • Support 24/7
  • Custom Plan Available
Popular

Social Media

$ 500 Monthly
  • $250 Ads Spend include
  • All Big Social Media Channel
  • 20 Post Per Week
  • Post Written and Design By Us
  • Unique Graphic and Content
  • Tailored Strategy
  • Monthly statistics and Report
  • Support 24/7
  • Custom Plan Available
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Improve Your Customer Service with a Social Media Management Service

Taking care of your social media presence can be time-consuming and frustrating, particularly if you have little to no experience in online marketing. A lot of small businesses turn to their social media management service to help them out with their social media accounts so they can focus on the aspects of running the business that are more important to them than sharing tweets and posting status updates on Facebook. If your small business needs help with social media but you don’t have the expertise or the time to dedicate to it, then look into hiring a social media management service today! ##

What is the best way to manage all my online accounts?

It’s safe to say that most businesses have at least one online account that requires daily maintenance. For example, you may have an Instagram account, Facebook page, or Twitter handle for your business. All of these accounts have different ways of posting and interacting with followers or fans, and keeping track of them all is difficult. Luckily, there are companies that specialize in managing these accounts for you—allowing you to enjoy interacting with customers on social media.

Answering comments and creating content are my main priorities, what else should I do?

As much as we like to think that customers can reach us whenever they want, there are still limitations to social media. Between our personal lives and other work commitments, it’s difficult to keep up. And when we do respond to customers, things can get overwhelming quickly if we aren’t sure how long it will take or how much time we’ll have available. That is why a social media management service might be right for you.

Are there additional services I could benefit from?


Contacting your customers via social media, like Twitter and Facebook, is one of those services that can be relatively inexpensive to setup. However, you should be aware that it will take some time to learn how best to interact with people in 140 characters or less. Most businesses don’t have enough hours in a day for handling all of their customer inquiries and comments, which is why hiring someone specifically for handling your company’s social media interactions is a good idea.

How can you improve my Instagram/Twitter/Facebook etc.?

It can seem like a daunting task, trying to improve your Instagram/Twitter/Facebook account on your own. You probably have limited knowledge about social media and how it works. To add to that, you may also not be aware of how many people are really out there and what they are looking for. There’s also no real way of knowing whether you’re actually engaging with them correctly or if there’s anything wrong with your account. This is where we come in!

Isn’t it too much work?

With more than 2 billion active users, social media has become one of the most effective ways to connect to consumers. When your customers and potential clients are out there in social media, why not engage them directly? A social media service can increase engagement, drive traffic and sales—but don’t just take our word for it! We’ve rounded up a few recent studies on how social media impacts business outcomes. Read on to see what they have to say.

What if I have multiple businesses?

You may have already heard of social media management services, but are they right for you? As brands increasingly look to social media as a customer service channel, keeping up with multiple accounts can be time-consuming. A social media management agency can help answer questions and solve issues at scale. These agencies employ a team of experts who monitor all your key social channels—whether it’s Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or Pinterest—and respond to queries in real time.

How long does it take to set up an effective SMM plan?

Setting up a well-oiled social media management plan takes time. But it’s worth it in terms of customer engagement and response—one of many benefits businesses can reap from working with an SMM agency. Here’s how long you can expect to wait for results, depending on your business goals: 10 days if you want more customers, 20 days if you want more traffic, 30 days if you want more leads (for sales), or 90 days if you’re working toward brand awareness.

Why do I need more than one person handling my socials?

If you’re running multiple social media platforms, it can quickly become overwhelming to have to keep track of your customer service and respond appropriately. For example, if one person was helping an upset client on Facebook while another person was replying to an email inquiry, it would be easy for them to get confused or work at cross-purposes—and your customers will suffer as a result.