Point It manages over $1M a year in paid social advertising, working with small and large companies alike. We’ve been running social ads since the start (and honestly never want to go back!) and work directly with Facebook & Twitter to make sure our clients stay ahead of the game.
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At Dangerous Minds, we post anywhere from 10 to 16 items per day, fewer on the weekends. To reach 100% of of our 50k+ Facebook fans they’d charge us $200 per post. That would cost us between $2000 and $3200 per day—but let’s go with the lower, easier to multiply number. We post seven days a week, that would be about $14,000 per week, $56,000 per month… a grand total of $672,000 for what we got for free before Facebook started turning the traffic spigot down in Spring of this year—wouldn’t you know it—right around the time of their badly managed IPO.
Understanding Your Audience – your audience is not only your customers, but also your competitors. It is important to take both into account when posting social media in order to stay up-to-date. Keeping track of competitors can be made easy by consistently viewing their blog, paying attention to what they are posting and how viewers are interacting with these posts.
With over a billion users across Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn, social media is an essential platform to promote your business or organization. With Facebook custom tabs you can start converting fans into customers. Sell your products using our product tab. Reward your fans with coupons to improve repeat business. Activate quiet fans and generate new leads with contests, sweepstakes , and contact forms.