Social Media

Your company shouldn’t “do” social. It should “be” social

Social tools give your business an opportunity to build meaningful, long-lasting relationships with your customers

“Social Media is about the people! Not about your business. Provide for the people and the people will provide for you.”

Matt Goulart


Social media is not a one-size-fits-all proposition. How you use social tools to engage with your clients, and which tools to use, is unique to your business. Social media helps personify your corporate voice, and it takes a significant investment in time and resources to manage effectively. 

The unfortunate truth about social media is that it is there for the world to see. If your social profiles have been left to stagnate, then it makes your company seem disengaged. 

Social media is also one of the first places that potential clients go to find out more about your business. If your social profiles look deserted, what impression does it leave on them? 

Plus, if you have people trying to connect with you via social media, and their messages go unanswered, you could be missing out on opportunities to connect and grow your audience, or disappointing your existing clients. 

How do you know which platforms are right for your business to use? How do you create useful content for your audience? How can you best use social media as a means to expand awareness about your brand, and also collect new potential leads? 

Get the Maximum Strategic Impact from Social Media

Did you know the federal and provincial governments offer a grant to help firms pay to train their employees? Businesses that qualify for the Canada-Ontario Job Grant (COJG) program can use the funds to train their employees on the proper use of social media tools. Whether you choose to apply for COJG funding, or you wish to engage in any social media training, our team has the experience, insight, and expertise to steer you in the right direction. Our in-house social marketing experts can train your employees to leverage social tools better, and keep ahead of the rapidly changing digital and social media communications landscape.

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