I can’t tell you how I often I hear that from potential clients. Social media overwhelm happens more often than you think.
But it doesn’t have to be that way. Chances are, you haven’t articulated who your audience is or laid out a plan how to best reach them. Posting random things won’t get you results. That’s where I come in.
Structure and systems: the antidote to social media overwhelm.
I’m a social media system architect, I create systems and structures to make your social media efforts more effective, sustainable, and scalable. It’s pretty simple. We figure out who you need to talk to, what you need to say, and where you can find your audience. Once that’s done, you have a plan of attack and won’t waste time wondering if something is working. Then we test for results to perfect your plan. Once it’s in place, it’s easy to maintain.
Social systems work for big companies, they can work for you too.
For the past 20 years, I’ve worked in marketing for some of Silicon Valley’s largest leading companies including Oracle, Palm, SAP, Adobe, [email protected], and Electronic Arts. I’ve seen firsthand how developing organized systems can amplify your marketing efforts and product higher sales. We’ll build a plan on what’s sustainable and feels right for your business.
Staying ahead of the changes.
With tactics and execution constantly changing, I focus on the importance of providing impactful and engaging content. Thus, I remain committed to ongoing training and self-education to stay ahead of social media trends and how to incorporate new tools.
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