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Vital provides social media strategy consulting for companies who want to learn how they can harness the power of social media to grow their business, as well as social media retainer services for companies who would prefer to let us manage their social media presence. At Vital, we believe social media strategy is part of a content and digital marketing strategy. If you don’t create and own great content, your social media strategy doesn’t have a leg to stand on. And if your website isn’t built around a strong call-to-action (CTA) and conversion strategy, your fans and followers don’t have anywhere to go. When you have both — great content AND a clear strategy — and you combine them with a strong social media strategy, your success is amplified and your ROI is unmistakable.
We’re different from most other social media marketing firms, because our talk is backed by two things: solid, metric-driven analysis and tracking (check out our blog post on using google analytics to track social metrics); and content creation strategies that will drive clicks to your site — not somebody else’s. It’s all backed by substantive analysis and measurable ROI. No voodoo, just results. We’ve been doing it successfully for years. Just check out these blog posts to learn more: Six Ways to Say Thank You on Social Media, Social Media Branding: Experience is Everything, What your SEO is Missing: the SEO Boost, and more.
If you’re looking to kick your social media strategy into overdrive, work with our team of social media strategists. If you’re not convinced that we know how to do it right, check us out on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn. You can find us on other social platforms but we’ll let you stumble across them on your own…
Hard to believe, but last year our biggest client came via Pinterest. Which social media platform does your next potential client use the most (or will they be using at just the right time)?