150+ Social Media Posts

You are purchasing 150+ social media posts suitable for publication on your company’s Facebook page.

$598.00$748.00

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Benefits

Industry standard best practice is to schedule a minimum of 3 Facebook posts per week. Many small businesses don’t have the time to publish that frequently. Now you can check “social media” off your to-do list with our end-to-end social media service.

  • Engage customers online with articles and media that relate to their interests.
  • Increase visibility among related businesses and unlock the potential for networking and co-marketing.
  • Build a Facebook audience that you can later leverage with targeted advertising.
  • Signal to customers that your brand is active, involved, and customer-oriented by ensuring you have a steady stream of relevant content in your social media feed.

Unlike other companies that charge $200/month for social media management, we offer a flat fee for preparing 150+ social media posts. This volume of posts is enough to allow you to maintain a real brand presence on Facebook for the entire year at 3 posts per week.

Deliverables

  • Google Doc, usually 10-20 pages long, with 150+ custom social media posts
  • Most posts will contain one or more of the following: a link to a photo or video from Dropbox that we can upload with your post, a link to an article, a link to another Facebook post that we can share along with a comment, and, where appropriate, a link to a Facebook page to tag for networking purposes.
  • If you purchase the scheduling add-on and share Editor permissions with Nexus, you’ll also be able to view the days and times when each post is scheduled to go live on your company Facebook page.

Service

  • Recommended marketing strategy session (1 hour)
  • 1 revision meeting (1 hour)
  • 1 round of revisions
  • Research, writing, page tagging, and image selection for 150+ social media posts
  • If you purchase the scheduling add-on and share Editor permissions with Nexus, we will schedule the posts for you on Facebook after you approve the posts from the Google Doc.
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