Running a business is a tough job. Entrepreneurs work hard to boost the economy and keep their own shops afloat.
Now that social media and brand marketing are buzzwords, everything has changed.
Today, you must keep customers engaged in your services through daily updates. You’ve got to create dynamic blogs. You’ve got to keep people interested in fresh web content.
Phew. That’s a lot of work.
If you’re like most of us, the thought of adding even one more task to your plate sends you running with anxiety.
Are you a life coach, holistic care provider, or fitness expert? Are you looking to market to a greater audience? Will social media marketing take away from your time with clients? If you’ve answered “yes,” you’ve got to consider my services.
Business owners, from work at home moms to established professionals, are independent by nature. You might think that writing a few posts on your personal Facebook page will do enough. Your posts might be encouraging a few of your friends who already take advantage of your services. But if you are looking to find your ideal clients, you can’t afford to grow discouraged and stressed.
You love what you do, but don’t have the time or the patience to manage so many social networking sites. You need a social media manager.
As your social media manager, I’ll stand with you and make important web decisions. That means you won’t have to worry about:
- What social media platforms you’d benefit from the most
- What content should you gather from the web and share
- How often you interrupt your busy schedule to post web content
- What sort of web content attracts business or builds loyal followers
- What you should be paying for advertising on social media
- How long will it take before you can see results from social media marketing
Focus on Your Work and Let Me Do The Marketing
You’ve probably noticed that it can be difficult to find the right web content for your site. It’s not just difficult, it’s time consuming.
A small business survey by Vertical Response showed that:
43% of small businesses spend about 6 or more hours on social media. That’s an entire day’s worth of work! A day that you have wasted on marketing. Not to mention, you’ve likely spent about 26 dollars a month on social media marketing tools.
Blogs are great for getting new clients, but the average post takes 1-3 hours to create. When 55% of small businesses have blogs, that is more time taken away from clients.
When we work together, I’ll grow your brand visibility online. I’ll give build your career trust and credibility in a digital world.
Contact me here to set up a 30-minute free consultation.