The importance of Social Media continues to skyrocket and having a strong online presence is an essential way to strengthening the brand of your small business. Utilizing social networking site is often looked at as “free” online marketing tool, but like any tool, it can require both time and knowledge to utilize to its fulled potential. Below is a list of local social media consultants and organizations that can provide workshops, one-on-one consultation and other types of assistance.
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Being Cheryl – Cheryl Harrison is a communications strategist in Columbus, Ohio with a focus in social media technology. Hey, look, a case study. And another one! Neat. Currently she serves at the Tactical Lead for Social Business Strategies. She has been actively using social media for more than 10 years (remember Geocities? LiveJournal?) and has worked professionally as a community manager and interactive strategist. Cheryl works to engage online audiences and empower others to share brands. Need a social media consultation for your business? Looking for a speaker? Just want to say “hello”? Let’s chat.
For more information visit BeingCheryl.com.
Feed Social Media – At Feed, we share our social media experience with business owners in the restaurant, independent retail and beverage industry. Our clients are local business owners who know they want to use social media to engage their customers while promoting their products or events quickly and cost effectively. We serve as your guide to the world of social media tools. We teach you the who, what, when and how for each decision you need to make to showcase your business in the world of social media.
For more information visit FeedSocialMedia.com.
Nate Riggs – Nate Riggs is a business communication strategist, an agency-experienced marketer and a social media content engineer. Over the past 10 years, he has developed a passion and expertise for how humans utilize technology and the social web to build relationships. Throughout his career, Nate has held a variety if roles leading marketing, sales and business development efforts in interactive and traditional marketing agencies, retail design firms, and internet technology start-ups.
For more information visit NateRiggs.com.
Ryanomics – Hello. I’m Ryan Bauer and I’m passionate about using marketing strategies as a solution to overcome challenging economic hurdles facing today’s organizations. There is a tremendous value in how new media and today’s marketing methodologies can effect your organization’s content, market share and competitive edge. How can I help you use these tools and platforms for success?
For more information visit Ryanomics.com.
Shiny Door – Providing social networking guidance to the hesitant and digital equality program development to community organizations. We believe relationships are key to developing strong commerce and healthy communities. Our services include Customized Workshops, Guidance, Presentations, Integration into Events and Digital Equality.
For more information visit ShinyDoor.com.
TalkTalk – TalkTalk is a social media management company that will help you communicate with a large audience via Facebook, Twitter and Blogging. What you say is up to you. Services include daily twitter updates, Facebook status updates and general upkeep of your page, and blog updates.
For more information visit TalkTalkColumbus.com.
The Social Firm – At The Social Firm, we set clear digital marketing objectives and focus strictly on metrics we can measure. We gather and analyze all digital traffic, benchmarks and analytics. With this data, we ensure that the reports we share are useful and make sense. Our strategists are certified, experienced technicians and managers of small-midsize size brands. Our team is trained to adequately flush out the requirements for producing the results you desire.
For more information visit TheSocialFirm.com.
Vivian’s Voice – We partner with you to engage in conversations with your customers through the dynamic and ever evolving social media forms. We start by understanding and listening to your customers — in their communities and in their environment. Only then can we create a richer relationship with them — where they want to hear from you.
For more information visit ViviansVoice.com.
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