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Weekly calls & goal reviews

Weekly calls & goal reviews


Having great communication with our clients is something that we are very proud of. When working on social media accounts, sending a clear message, and updating the client is very important. This call is for open discussion about campaigns, planning, and strategy for the following time period. Having at least one call per week is recommended.

Social media content creation


Our social media managers will create massive contributions to your campaign - an idea or content. Content can be created in collaboration with your team, or it can be completely developed on our own. After the idea is approved and the end product is presented, we are ready to start the campaign.

Social media content creation
Community engagement

Community engagement


It's all about engagement. After the campaign is launched, social media managers will go through each channel, choose a relevant group, start a conversation, and engage people on an organic level. Followers that are considered relevant and are important for your business growth can be engaged over different kinds of actions depending on the social channel or network we are on.

Paid or boosted campaigns


Social media managers assigned to your account will boost or sponsor multiple posts per week to drive more targeted engagement. Having your brand exposed to the social network will drive sales and make your social page popular.

Paid or boosted campaigns
Monitoring & analytics

Monitoring & analytics


Besides monitoring your social media accounts and channels daily, your social media manager will create weekly email updates, and you will receive an advanced analytics report on every 1st and 15th of each month. With social media reports, you can easily track how the campaigns are performing, and if we are reaching the predetermined goal.

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Frequently asked questions


Advertising on Google or Facebook?

Both platforms can have a great impact on gathering and attracting new customers, but both are very different at their core.

The user that came to your website thanks to Google Ads has searched for a specific service or product at that very moment. As feedback to that query, your website has appeared in the search results, or as a paid advertisement, and in this way you have directly answered this request.

Ads on Facebook and Instagram function differently. You are the one that seeks customers by running campaigns, publishing posts, or by other actions. Those customers might not be looking for what you are offering them, as many people use social media to pass the time and are not in the mood for any offers.

Of course, remarketing can help a lot in this situation, so much so that your ads can appear to someone in a matter of seconds after the person views the product which you or others like you are offering.

Is it true that Facebook fakes statistics?

Many articles online confirm that Facebook faked the statistics regarding video views, even up to 900%, so they could parry YouTube and show that this functionality is not insignificant.

We get a lot of questions on the subject, and we are not sure if all views, which we can see in the Business account correct. We must understand that Facebook is a marketing platform, just like Google, and that their business is supported by the income they produce through campaigns, so in the end, we must hope that the analytics does not lie.

What can we do about this?

Stay calm, and don't be paranoid. No, everything is just fine.

Our agency practice is to create as many ways to track conversions and optimize results, as well as to make sure that your investment was spent the right way and improves your business.

Does social media have an influence on SEO?

Even though Google made a statement on how they do not take into account the number of times the pages of your website have been shared, social media influence the SEO in another way.

Google, Bing, Yahoo, and other search engines show search results based on relevance. The more a page is relevant for a specific keyword, the ranking of that page will be better.

The relevance of a particular page and website can be viewed in many ways, and of these ways are website visits, and the more visits your website gets (because you attract visitors using social media), you have a better chance to rank well.

What is the best time to post content?

It all depends on your audience. When are they available, when do they expect to see your post, where are you located, are there special occasions scheduled for that day, etc.

Social and other events can have a big influence on the time of posting. A good example is holidays, as many social media users are expecting posts, greetings, or sales, right at that time, and that is the reason to pay closer attention to what is happening and visit their favorite social media platform more often.

The best way to determine the correct timeframe in which you should post can depend on the focus group. Are those people that go to work, are those younger people, older people, people who have finished watching a certain movie in a movie theater, and similar.

Of course, to determine the best timeframe, you should take a look at the statistics. We, as an agency in the business of managing social media, use several tools that help us in account analysis and determining a correct timeframe during which you should post.

How many posts a week should be posted on social networks?

This is a common question many people struggle with, so try to answer the following questions:

- Do I care more about quantity or quality?

- How many relevant posts can I have per week?

- Are all my posts equally important?

- What type of information do I want to offer to my followers?

- How many posts am I expected to publish?

You might or might not answer all of these questions, but what we can tell you is that we often notice brands, companies or individuals, who spend their time creating posts with the intent to satisfy themselves, but not their followers.

In this online game, anything is possible. What you will hear from us are recommendations to improve your business or brand. After all, this is our job, and that is why we are here for you.

Does my name have to be the same on all social media?

Yes, and here is why.

The name of your brand, your name, or company name is always the same, regardless of the language. If you had a different name each time you introduced yourself, it would make things unnecessarily complicated and would confuse a lot of people.

Recognizability of your account also plays an important part. By having the same name everywhere, you will make it easier for everyone to find you and remember you.

In case the name you want is already taken, try to add a certain character which will not change the meaning of the original name too much.

Do I need to have an account on social media?

Of course not, but if you wish to build your brand or start your own business, social media can help you in fulfilling your business goals, especially when a great number of services rely on data coming from social media. If you are not sure that social media can help you in your field, it is best to consult someone.

The best way to start is to determine which two social media platforms suit you the most and stick with them. If you require assistance and want to hire someone to help you manage social media profiles, we can offer our services.

How much do 1000 followers on Facebook cost?

If we made the campaign for your brand, based on our experiences so far, we could say that the standard price for one Page Like on Facebook is 0.06 EUR. Based on that, the price for 1000 followers would be 60 EUR.

Of course, this could vary based on the account itself, the industry, or other parameters.

What is the Average Cost Per Click to the website?

Facebook and Instagram are two separate social networks and must be analyzed like that. What we can conclude from our experiences so far is that the Average Cost Per Click to the website, using Facebook campaigns, is 0.01 - 0.1 EUR, depending on the industry. The Cost Per Click on Instagram is usually higher than the price on Facebook.

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Content creation

Fan interaction and engagement

High-value targeted Facebook advertising

Daily posting

Daily tweeting and re-tweeting

Responding to mentions

Talking and engaging with fans daily

Following other industry related brands

Posting daily to your LinkedIn business page

Interacting with your business page followers daily

High-value targeted LinkedIn advertising

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