Social Media Optimization

06 Feb
2008

Social Media Optimization

Twitter, Facebook, reddit, YouTube, LinkedIn, digg, Technorati, Slashdot, del.icio.us, StumbleUpon, Flickr, etc – all these great sites exist to enable communication between others in ways that only five years ago didn’t exist. Are people talking about your brand while you are deciding if you should have a blog?

If that’s the case, I don’t know if we can help you.

But, if you do know about these sites and have more than just a token user account since one of your high-school friends sent you an invite to join, then you probably know the impact these sites have. The web used to be a one-way conversation. The old way was to preach to the reader and they had no way of talking to anyone who represented the company “voice”.

Today, that is not the case. Two-way conversations open up ideas and yes, criticism, but it allows cutting-edge companies to address issues, and tell the audience how they fixed the problem.
Um, ok great. You’ve told me what it is, so what type of service do you offer?

  • “Social layer” coding
  • Strategic placement of relevant topics into the target audience
  • User account creation/guidance
  • Social media best practices
  • Tagging – submission and tracking

On a month to month basis, we will plan our strategy to work alongside your entire marketing campaign to build brand awareness, deliver traffic to your site, and provide activity on how many times you’ve been “tagged” on the critical social sites on the web.

Updated: We now have the following specializations:
Twitter Services
FaceBook Services
YouTube Services

Contact us today: Your competitors already have a social presence, shouldn’t you?

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