Its evolving. It’s sometimes annoying.
Regardless of how you feel about social media today, it’s relevant to your business and can be a very effective marketing tool.
It’s one of the most inexpensive means of digital marketing today, helping businesses reach their desired, target audience, customers, friends and neighbors.
I manage pages for my clients on many of the leading platforms. Posting to Google photos, claiming and adding new Posts to your Business on Google. Posting pretty images to your Instagram feed and Managing Facebook pages and posting to Facebook regularly.
Bigger marketing firms may have someone in-house dedicated to tracking your digital analytics. Another person to draft this months content that will be posted for you, which includes writing, photography and may use custom graphics or images to pair.
At Rockwell Art & Design, you get me. I do it all.
I know you. I know your business. (Don’t be scared.)
I know what time of year you need to market what to engage with your followers. I’m a graphic designer. I’m a social media manager. I’m pretty good at taking photos. This makes for a great recipe for successful social media management.
I get to know your audience, demographic and we target them. I draft you a Marketing Plan. We get the pieces in play and then execute it. I’m an addition to your team.
Notifications + Results
Although Facebook has a separate App for Pages, a newer feature they’ve added helps to connect the two. For page managers like me, they’re offering a snippet of our past weeks results with the use of regular “Notifications.” They’ll put your page Logo with a teaser sentence showing me “this weeks page reach” or “results” for your page’s posts.
I like summaries. I like to keep it simple.
It’s not all about numbers, and for each business it’s different. Reach can be based upon total page followers, amount of post shares, new page likes and whether or not you had an Ad spend to affect the results. But when I know it’s for my small businesses and when we reached the people we wanted to reach, organically, Notifications like this make me smile…
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