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All Our plans include

Get people talking about your brand with the biggest social platforms on the web. 
Not sure which networks are best for your business? We can help. Our goal is to make the process simple and effective, so you can enjoy the results.


Showcase your announcements with the Internet’s largest social network. (1)


Connect with and market to the largest professional network on the web. (2)


Tell a story with the visual-based, fastest-growing mobile app.


Engage in responsive, fast-paced in  communication on the micro-blogging



A brand’s social account must always have a plan of action. Our experts will work with you to devise a social strategy that reflects your business objectives. We will work with you to identify your audience, the type of content they want to see and the proper methods of scheduling and distribution.


Whether you need a new page full of images and art, or a refresher to your existing page — we will create eye-catching visuals that customers will recognize and appreciate as your brand. We know what makes a cover photo or profile picture high-quality and unique; we can create visual content so you don’t have to.


Our goal is to create and curate content that educates, interests and directs your audience. We will devise a variety of posts, from article and video shares to industry news and company facts, scheduling them at optimal times to maximize who is seeing your content. We create monthly content calendars to plan your announcements in advance and review content with you. 


We are glad to spend the time being attentive to your customers, providing them with replies and information, as well as keeping you informed of their interests. Each month, we will send you detailed reports on the metrics of your social activity, providing an in-depth look at the outcome of our efforts to mobilize your business objectives.


Social Media Management


$ 100
  • Content Creation
  • Schedule Posts
  • Engagement with Followers
  • 2 Platforms
  • 30 days Management Duration
  • 1 Revisions
  • Page/Channel Evaluation


$ 195
  • Content Creation
  • Schedule Posts
  • Engagement with Followers
  • 3 Platforms
  • 30 days Management Duration
  • 1 Revisions
  • Page/Channel Evaluation


$ 270
  • Content Creation
  • Schedule Posts
  • Engagement with Followers
  • 3 Platforms
  • 30 days Management Duration
  • 2 Revisions
  • Page/Channel Evaluation
Frequently Asked Question

Social media is quite a broad term, covering quite a few different topics. However, a simple explanation is that social media platforms are web-based tools that allow users to connect, interact, and create, share and consume content. Through apps on smartphones, laptops, tablets, and PCs, social media enables us to build online relationships and exchange media.

This is one of the most popular social media FAQs, and for good reason. According to figures from Statista, nearly 50% of the world’s population uses social media. Data from 2020 shows that 3.81 billion people use some form of social network. When you consider that there are just over 4.5 billion internet users, this is a staggeringly large proportion. 

Engagement—the sum of reshares, likes, comments, and clicks—is a big signal of social success for many people. How do you get more people talking about and interacting with your brand on social media?

  1. Ask questions
  2. Share behind-the-scenes
  3. Run a contest
  4. Host a chat

While the natural assumption is that you should be on all the popular platforms, this can be counterproductive if not executed with a strategy. Instead, focus on a couple of platforms that are highly popular among your target audience. So the best platforms to use will vary for each business. Check out our guide on how to choose the best social media channels for your business.

If you’re having a hard time raising awareness for your products or services, social media advertising might be the best option you have. You shouldn’t rely on this approach every time you post an update, but boosting updates every now and then could have a major impact.

After selecting the right platforms and planning the campaigns, you should decide what metrics to check in order to determine the ROI. In one of our posts on this topic, we’ve discussed reach, traffic, engagement and conversions on social media, and why each of them is important for measuring return on investment.

As a social media company about to launch, what are the top 5 things I can tell potential clients that will persuade them that social media works and is worth the time/money to invest in? I can go with the usual build brand awareness, customer engagement etc but even this seems to be met with skepticism – does it make me money? That’s what they want to know. How would you answer that question?

How can I set up automatic reciprocation on social media sites like Twitter & WordPress? There isn’t enough time in the day to reciprocate on all the social media sites I’m active on -Twitter. WordPress. Tumbler. Instagram. Stumbleupon. Facebook & Pinterest. I see that some of the folks that follow me reply with a like or tweet as soon as I post – I’d love to know how to do that!!

In 2019, the average social media user spent around 1 hour and 15 minutes per day on social media. eMarketer predicts that this average will increase by 8.8% in 2020 due to social distancing and people spending more time indoors during the pandemic. So we can expect that social media users will spend around 1 hour and 22 minutes on average using social media every day.

Growing your social media following involves a lot of planning and strategizing as well as posting the right content and targeting the right audience. Use our comprehensive guide on how to grow your social media audience to get started.

Some brands have this common misconception that social media is a place full of negativity. Even if it were so, it’s better to know that there is a place where customers express all sorts of opinions, rather than being oblivious. When it comes to handling this type of comments, you only have two options.

The best frequency really is something that you need to figure out on your own. Something you need to take into account is how active your audience is. After doing so, you have to find a balance that the audience is comfortable with. You definitely don’t want them to start unfollowing you after flooding their newsfeeds. Neither do you want them to ask themselves if you’ve fallen off the face of the Earth. There are some guidelines, but you can only find the best frequency by experimenting.

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