Social Media Marketing



Gain traffic and attention for your brands and services through Social Media.

Billions of people use different types of Social Media- Blogging, networking and sharing has now evolved to be one of marketers best friend for brand awareness, in turn creating a chain which leads to more conversions and acquisitions.

Promotions, events or other useful information can be shared in a way that targets correct audiences throughout the web of social media and delivers content to intrested people. Our agency helps you target and acquire those audiences with similar interest and/or the once who would be willing to try your services.


Facebook Services

We provide all kind of activities for our clients who wish to engage users on Facebook

  • Brand Page Creation.
  • Managing and Posting for Brands.
  • Promotional Images.
  • Run and Manage FB Ads.
  • Getting more likes for posts.
  • Brand profiling.
  • Increase followers.
  • Running Campaigns.

Twitter Services

We help brands and services promote on micro social networking sites such as Twitter.

  • Scheduled Tweets for events.
  • Generating Retweets.
  • Analytics for Tags
  • Getting more followers.
  • Brand profiling.
  • Running ads campaigns.

Youtube Services

Video Promotion is a best tool for more acquisition and brand awareness.

  • Creating Youtube Channels.
  • Getting subscribers.
  • Creating Video Contents
  • Analytics for Videos.
  • Brand profiling.
  • Running video ads campaigns.

Google Plus Services

Google plus is one platform to manage all your search profiles.

  • Creating customers circle.
  • Creating Places for Google Maps.
  • Creating & Sharing Images
  • Analytics for profile.
  • Brand profiling.
  • Running ads campaigns.

Blogging Services

Blogs are best for brand awareness and descriptions. It helps people engage and read more about your brand or services.

  • Setting up your blog.
  • Creative writing.
  • Images and media for blogs.
  • Sharing across social platforms.
  • Analytics and benchmarks.
  • Generating Subscribers and opt-ins.


Every opportunity you have to syndicate your content and increase your visibility is valuable. Your social media networks are just new channels for your brand’s voice and content. This is important because it simultaneously makes you easier and more accessible for new customers, and makes you more familiar and recognizable for existing customers. For example, a frequent Twitter user could hear about your company for the first time only after stumbling upon it in a newsfeed. Or, otherwise an apathetic customer might become better acquainted with your brand after seeing your presence on multiple networks.

Brands who engage on social media channels enjoy higher loyalty from their customers. Companies should take advantage of the tools that social media gives them when it comes to connecting with their audience. A strategic and open social media plan could prove influential in morphing consumers into being brand loyal.

Every post you make on a social media platform is an opportunity for customers to convert. When you build a following, you’ll simultaneously have access to new customers, recent customers, and old customers, and you’ll be able to interact with all of them. Every blog post, image, video, or comment you share is a chance for someone to react, and every reaction could lead to a site visit, and eventually a conversion. Not every interaction with your brand results in a conversion, but every positive interaction increases the likelihood of an eventual conversion. Even if your click-through rates are low, the sheer number of opportunities you have on social media is significant. And as we point out “opportunity” is the first element of any action.

Social media marketing results in higher conversion rates in a few distinct ways. Perhaps the most significant is its humanization element; the fact that brands become more humanized by interacting in social media channels. Social media is a place where brands can act like people do, and this is important because people like doing business with other people; not with companies.

Interacting with your customers regularly is a show of good faith for other customers. When people go to compliment or brag about a product or service, they turn to social media. And when they post your brand name, new audience members will want to follow you for updates. The more people that are talking about you on social media, the more valuable and authoritative your brand will seem to new users. Not to mention, if you can interact with major influencers on Twitter or other social networks, your visible authority and reach will skyrocket.

Without social media, your inbound traffic is limited to people already familiar with your brand and individuals searching for keywords you currently rank for. Every social media profile you add is another path leading back to your site, and every piece of content you syndicate on those profiles is another opportunity for a new visitor. The more quality content you syndicate on social media, the more inbound traffic you’ll generate, and more traffic means more leads and more conversions.

Marketers find that as little as six hours of effort per week was enough to generate increased traffic. Six hours is not a significant investment for a channel as large as social media. If you can lend just one hour a day to developing your content and syndication strategy, you could start seeing the results of your efforts. Even paid advertising through Facebook and Twitter is relatively cheap (depending on your goals, of course). Start small and you’ll never have to worry about going over budget—once you get a better feel for what to expect, you can increase your budget and increase your conversions correspondingly.

SEO is the best way to capture relevant traffic from search engines, but the requirements for success are always changing. It’s no longer enough to regularly update your blog, ensure optimized title tags and meta descriptions, and distribute links pointing back to your site. Google and other search engines may be calculating their rankings using social media presence as a significant factor, because of the fact that strong brands almost always use social media. As such, being active on social media could act as a “brand signal” to search engines that your brand is legitimate, credible, and trustworthy. That means, if you want to rank for a given set of keywords, having a strong social media presence could be almost mandatory.

Social media, at its core, is a communication channel like email or phone calls. Every customer interaction you have on social media is an opportunity to publicly demonstrate your customer service level and enrich your relationship with your customers. For example, if a customer complains about your product on Twitter, you can immediately address the comment, apologize publicly, and take action to make it right. Or, if a customer compliments you, you can thank them and recommend additional products. It’s a personal experience that lets customers know you care about them.

Social media also gives you an opportunity to gain valuable information about what your customers are interested in and how they behave, via social listening. For example, you can monitor user comments to see what people think of your business directly. You can segment your content syndication lists based on topic and see which types of content generate the most interest—and then produce more of that type of content. You can measure conversions based on different promotions posted on various social media channels and eventually find a perfect combination to generate revenue.