Social Media Management


You Want To Leave

The Heavy Lifting

To The Professionals. 

I Get That…

Let me reassure you that you are in good hands. Unlike some of the other companies that throughout a bunch of popular jargon, and will say anything to close the deal. I walk the walk…

I have been making a living promoting and selling my own products online for well over a decade… 

The bottom line is this… I know my stuff, and I am EXTREMELY good at what I do.


  • Name brand recognition
  • Develop social proof
  • Reach prospects that you may not have reached through other forms of marketing
  • Generate leads
  • Boost your SEO efforts
  • Increase website traffic
  • Develop new partnerships
  • Reduce marketing costs
  • Engage your customers immediately
  • Get real time feedback
  • Improve customer service
  • Increase brand loyalty
  • More opportunities to convert
  • Higher conversion rates
  • Higher brand authority
  • Decreased marketing costs
  • Richer customer experience
  • Improve customer insight

Here are the social media accounts that I manage:

  • Facebook Page
  • Twitter
  • Tumblr
  • LinkedIn
  • Google Blogger
  • Google Plus
  • Instagram
  • Pinterest

I will post 1 to 3 posts per-day per-social media account. I charge a monthly fee of $250, per social media account that I manage. The minimum number of accounts is two. I recommend that you at least go with a Facebook Page and Twitter.

What To Expect From Your Social Media Manager

It doesn’t matter if you hire me or someone else. Here are some things that you need to understand. Chances are if you have a social media presence you are doing it wrong. How do I know that without even looking at any of your social media accounts, or knowing anything about your business? It’s simple…

Go to Facebook and search for any business in your area, not a business like Walmart or some other major box store. I’m talking about a real local business. In fact search for your competitors. I guarantee you that 90% of the businesses you look up will have at least two of the following critical mistakes.

  • They are only posting about their business and nothing of real value to the end user
  • Their header has no type of call to action
  • They are not posting on a consistent bases
  • They are doing nothing to try and build a list of loyal customers

The main focus of having social media as a business tool is to build a community. If you want to build a successful community you have to give them what they want. For example, if you are a real estate company, you may want to share tips, and secrets on buying and selling real estate, home repair advice, motivational quotes, etc.

As your community starts to grow you can start pitching them, or educating them about your business depending on what type of business you are in. Here is my basic formula (it will vary depending on the client).

  • Value (Industry related tip)
  • Value (Industry related quote)
  • Value (Motivational quote)
  • Value (Industry related meme)
  • Value (Industry related video)
  • Value (Industry related News)
  • Value (Industry related fact)
  • Pitch – (Video preferably – pitch your product or service with a strong call to action)

When I first start or take over a social media account, my first 7 posts are nothing but value. When I say value I mean something that the reader would enjoy, or find interesting. The 8th post will be some sort of pitch with a call to action, something like… Call now… Visit my website, share this xxx, 20% off of XYZ etc. I will continue this pattern of 7 value and 1 pitch until the community gets to rolling and I start to see more activity. Once things start to pick up I may do something like 3 value and 1 pitch, depending on how receptive the audience is to what I am offering. Once you get your community going you can sale them just about anything you want.

Now The Bad News

I would love to work with everyone, however I had to start screening the clients that I work with. I want to make sure that we are compatible with one another. There is nothing like working with someone that you feel is a jerk to put it nicely. I can’t begin to tell you how many times I would see an email from a client and dreaded opening it. Not bragging or anything… but… I am in a position in my life currently where money isn’t my main motivation. I am passionate about sharing my knowledge and helping others.

With that being said… Please complete the form below and submit it. I will review your submission and call you via telephone or Skype, depending on where you are located in the world.

Complete The Request For Social Media Form

Answer the questions below to the best of your ability.

E.G.: What do you sale, create, or the type of service you offer.