Social Media Marketing

Social Media is the thorn in the side of many businesses we work with. The necessary evil. Rarely is staff dedicated to keeping up, and it seems that more social networks get popular each day. This increases the workload of your team and it’s not fun.

At jSinger, our job is to keep up with trends and understand which social networks reach each audience.

At jSinger, we tell many of our clients NOT to spend time on certain networks. Let’s face it, people aren’t going to post about every topic on Facebook. If you are a park district – be on Facebook. If you are a commercial roofer, don’t waste your time.

Let us do the work

If you are a good candidate for social media, we can help set you up on each social network, branding each to give you a top-notch appearance. We can post on your behalf and make connections that will be long-term relationships. We will monitor your accounts and make sure you keep in touch with your audience.

Get reports you can understand

At jSinger, we provide you with monthly reports and an easy-to-understand summary of them. We know you don’t have the time to analyze numbers on your own. That is our job, our service to you.

What are you missing?

You might need more than just social media marketing. Or maybe social media should not be the top priority for you. When you meet with jSinger, we review your web presence in advance so we can give an educated recommendation on the best digital marketing avenues for you.

To get started:

We’ve found no substitute for an in-person meeting with you and your team. We realize your time is valuable, so we are willing to meet on your schedule. We want to show you the benefit of working with jSinger, the social media strategies that we can customize just for you. We are serious about social media marketing and we work quickly.

We manage social media for many industries, including: Healthcare, Restaurants, Product Manufacturers and Ministries. Give us a call at 815.219.5567 or e-mail us today and get a same-day response.

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