Create your Reputation

You decide what your audience thinks of your brand.

That's right! With the power of social media, you can create your own reputation. You also have the ability to make an impression on your audience in real-time. Too many businesses are missing out on these incredibly powerful features. If you feel you could be doing better but don't have the time, let us help you manage your social media content.

Relate to your Audience

Stay Native

Be more relatable to your audience by staying native to the platforms you use. What does it mean to "be native"? Have you ever scrolled on Instagram and seen beautiful photos with great content, then find out you're looking at an ad? Staying in line with the context of what's being said on these networks will result in you being native to that platform. However, posting a coupon with a barcode on Instagram, for example, is NOT native and will have little success.

Choosing the Right Platform

Be Effective

Choosing the right social media platforms can be challenging. It's important to first asses your goals and choose your niche market. With that information, we can help you choose which platforms will work best with your brand. The biggest mistake is trying to be on every network. This doesn't make sense and is bound to hurt you long term. Instead of spreading yourself thin across 5-10 networks, choose 2-4 and provide quality content that will add to your audience's lives.


Instagram is a network most commonly used to share beautiful content. It's designed specifically for mobile, so users tend to be active all day, at any time.


Snapchat is a closed network platform made only for mobile. This means your account is always private and only the people you allow will be able to view your content. Snapchat is mainly a camera you can use to add filters, animations, and more interactivity to your media. Send it directly to a friend or group of friends, or create a story for all your friends that lasts 24 hours. Users tend to spend around 30 minutes per day on Snapchat.


YouTube is a platform specifically for videos. Users tend to spend more time watching videos on YouTube (averaging around 7 minutes) than they do on other social networks (averaging around 2-15 seconds) seeing as YouTube's niche is video.


Pinterest is mostly used to share ideas, infographics, recipes, outfits, and more valuable content. These users tend to be most active in the evening, around the time most people sit down to watch TV and relax.


LinkedIn is tailored to professionals. They tend to use it most around work hours but not necessarily during the workday.

google plus

Google+ has more of a tech-savvy audience who tend to be most active in the mornings.

Do it Yourself

And we will coach you

With this option, we will help guide you step by step on how to build your social media presence. We'll evaluate your goals and set up an action plan that will yield results. We'll help you create a post calendar with a clear schedule of what type of content to post where and when. Every month we'll evaluate your social media and give you a grade, with notes on what you're doing well and what you can improve upon.

Let us do it!

So you don't have to

Don't ever worry about what to post again. With our full management option, we take the workload completely out of your hands and handle all of it for you. This is the ultimate time- and headache-saver. Don't waste another minute doing something you don't like to do, and hand it off to someone who loves doing it!

Best Times to Post

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Take the next step in building a successful business

Schedule an appointment to speak more about Social Media.