You invested the money. You invested the time. Now what? 

To some business owners, social media is a integral part of their lives. To others, it's a necessary evil. But, let's focus on the necessity aspect. Because, let's face it, there is a LARGE amount of opportunity that comes alongside hashtags and posts.

According to Facebook's Q3 report in 2016, 1.8 billion people access Facebook each month. 1.8 BILLION. According to Statista.com, there are over 600 million active users on Instagram. Never before have you had the opportunity to reach this many people for a fraction of the price it would cost through traditional channels. Marketing is overwhelmingly moving to digital. To have a presence online is a necessity. Don't be left in the dust.

> Interested? Please scroll down for a few social media examples from our portfolio or contact us now to see how we can grow your brand or business.


 
74% of consumers rely on social media networks to guide buying decisions
— ODM Group, Digital Marketing Agency
 
 

HOSPITALITY: IRONSIDE FISH & OYSTER

Social Media Management + Digital Content Creation

 

In the heart of Little Italy sits this magnificently designed beast of a restaurant. Craft cocktails, an oyster bar, and a typically 'inappropriate' oyster board offer plenty of visuals for guests to repost. Over 500 people flock through this restaurant any given Saturday. They just didn't have the time to manage their social media. With consistent posting, tongue-in-cheek content, and visually stimulating material from guests and local photographers, their account grew organically from 2k to 15k in just 12 months.

 
 
It’s hard to explain the value of social media to someone. You don’t really get how important it is until you see it done correctly. Is it 100% directly measurable? No, but I believe it certainly has a positive effect on sales.
— Jason McLeod, Co-Owner and Executive Chef
 

REAL ESTATE: YVONNE MELLON, REALTOR

Social Media Management + FB & IG Advertising

 

This client had years of experience in the real estate industry, multi-million dollar listings in her portfolio, and a full schedule. Time was not a luxury of hers. She knew she was missing out on potential business and brand exposure but she didn't know where to start and certainly didn't have the time to figure it out. 

Her current Facebook account was streamlined to give it a more professional, focused appearance. An Instagram account was created for her with the focus on her listings, open houses, and the "lifestyle" aspect of living in La Jolla, CA. Consistent, creative posts using her existing real estate photos were boosted with strategic "sponsored" social media advertisements (as her budget allowed). One video post alone received over 800 views and her reach increased by 3,000 in just one week.

 
 
I didn’t want to be “insta-famous” or have thousands of likes but I knew I needed to have a social media presence online. You built that for me. I believe that what you do is incredibly valuable and I love how I don’t have to worry about it and it just looks good.”
— Yvonne Mellon, Luxury Lifestyle Real Estate
 

BEAUTY: BOWIE | HAIR FOR THE MODERN ENTHUSIAST

Streamlined SM Accounts + Creative Digital Content 

 

Twenty five years in the hair business. Owner of three salons. An International Educator on technical cuts, color, you-name-it. The last time he posted content for his salon was over two years ago. Business is always good. But, potential clients constantly asked the same thing: Do you have an Instagram? Facebook? Where can I see before and after photos? He resisted social media for years and finally he couldn't afford to ignore it. 

This client didn't want just before-and-after photos. He wanted photos that reflected his technique, style, and edge. We cleaned-up the original Facebook account, created a new Instagram account, and started focusing on creating new content. High quality photographs were taken and targeted advertisements on the two social media platforms had new clients in his chair within 24 hours. 

I tried for years to stay away from the ‘social media fad.’ And I’ve now realized that I should have got in the game a long time ago. Either get with it or be left in the dust.”
— Thomas Leach, Salon Owner