Project Description

No Website should be an Island

Social Media and Marketing
A simple web presence requires a basic website, just so you can be found. A more aggressive and business building strategy is to launch a new website co-ordinated with a Social Media Marketing Campaign to support the website.

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Some of the many Social Media Brands

Your Blog / RSS Feed

You need to keep content on your site fresh to help maintain your ranking in the search engines. Once found you will have a direct channel to your past, present and future customers. Use it wisely, but do use it.


It’s not just greasy kids stuff anymore. It’s global and it’s got an incredibly large and diverse user-base. Facebook had more than 1.94 billion global monthly active users in the first quarter of 2017 according to statista. Facebook also lets you build business pages and sell products and services.


Simply the largest professional networking site on the planet (467 million total users and 106 total monthly active users according to statista). This is a no-brainer. If you are not a user then you are being missed by customers and missing a lot of useful resources and contacts.


Twitter is important if you are looking to expand your social reach. In 140 characters or less it allows you to reach potential customers far outside your immediate social circles and business associates. In 2019, the social network’s audience size is projected to reach 275 million monthly active users worldwide – according to statista.

Design Should Be User Friendly

Continuity Across Sites

We cover all the bases from Requirements Gathering, Preliminary System Design, UX and Usability Testing, Coding, SEO, Hosting, Social Media Development, Campaign Management and Support. One more thing – we make sure the look and feel is carried out across ALL of your social media sites.

Automated Posting

Don’t have the time for blogging, tweeting or generating a little fresh content every week? We do. It’s part of our Social Media Management service. Go ahead, ask us