Social media consultant information
I’ve been working with social media on my own blog for a little over three years. I know my abilities working as a social media consultant will make a difference for clients. My knowledge will assist business establishments, books, services and personalities to have an online presence. I work behind the scenes so as to give clients a strong presence for the whole world to see.
Social media services offered
- Social media strategy – Who is your audience? How will you reach them? What is your message?
- Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn, Pinterest and Twitter presence both initial and ongoing. I set up your presence and handle the day-to-day workings of your social media so you don’t have to even think about it.
- WordPress blog – I manage the design, setup and content creation or editing, as you need.
- Search-engine optimized (SEO) content creation or editing.
It is not essential for you to understand the foundation of social media. All that is required of you is to have an understanding of your business goals.
Let me help you improve your online influence to sell your product or service.
Why hire a social media consultant?
Hiring my skills offers you the ability to walk away and know that someone is taking care of all the details. You do not have to log onto Facebook or Twitter to see the data. You will see the numbers growing in periodic status reports. Either you create the content or have the content created for you. Don’t worry about advertising; you receive given leads to other networking opportunities mined from those found online.
In short, you get online influence and peace of mind.
Prices range from $100 and up depending on specifically what services you need as a custom package is designed for each client.
Contact me at email@example.com and let me help you improve your online influence to sell your product or service.
About Amy Pierce Romine
I am a freelance writer, blogger along with speaker and social media consultant on topics regarding mental health. My bipolar 1 with psychotic features, rapid cycling and mixed episodes remained unnoticed from my early childhood days through high school where I grew up in an alcoholic home. I went completely manic in my twenties and did not have my first diagnosis and treatment until 2007.