Social Media Services
Looking for social media services for your small business in San Luis Obispo county? You’ve come to the right place! Lacey is a master at all things social media and even gives workshops with the San Luis Obispo chapter of the SCORE Association. SCORE volunteers are typically retired business experts who mentor new entrepreneurs, but finding a retired social media expert isn’t possible just yet, so they called on Lacey to present.
Lacey Clifton offers a full spectrum of social media services and website SEO. Some clients prefer to have full-service solutions asking Lacey to manage everything from writing blogs and creating social media graphics and post plans where all they need to do is offer approval each month. Busy business owners not interested in learning marketing prefer this solution. These services include:
- Keyword research
- Blog wordsmithing
- Website copywriting
- Social media post plans
- Social media graphics creation
- Google Analytics analysis
- Radio commericals
- Print ad graphics
- Google+ account creation
- YouTube video optimization
- Press Release writing and distribution
- Facebook Ads management
Small start-ups and entrepreneurs on a budget typically look for the “teach me to fish” approach to their social media and ask Lacey to teach them how to navigate social presence and help them find their voice. Service often include:
- Monthly coaching sessions
- Cover art graphic creation
- Facebook account setup
- Google+ account setup
- Lessons on how to post (mechanics) for Facebook, Google+, Pinterest, etc.
- Engagement strategy sessions
- Audience analysis
- WordPress tutorials
- Google Analytics installation
Download the pricing menu of social media services on Lacey’s new website by clicking here (look for the form at the bottom of the page).
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