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What I Specialize In
SMM

Social Media Marketing

SMM is a form of marketing that involves creating and sharing content on social media platforms to achieve your marketing and branding goals.

SMM requires posting content regularly such as; text, photos, videos, reals, links, campaigns, promotions, and collaborations; for audience capture, engagement, and interest. 

A proper Marketing Specialist will help you strategize for your specific SMM goals and objectives, increasing website traffic, generating sales, starting the conversation, or creating company/brand awareness.

 

In addition, a Social Media Marketing Specialist can help with consent-posting, tracking competitor activity, creating original content, and analytics.

DDIM

Data-Driven Influencer Marketing

DDIM is a step beyond Social Media Marketing. The right Marketing Specialist can help you navigate data and analytics to track and assess campaigns and influencer partnerships. This allows you to determine how well your marketing efforts perform and how effective they achieve your goals and return on investment.

A capable Marketing Representative can bond relationships between influencers, properties, and brands, leveraging engaged audiences to achieve business objectives and boost your bottom line through innovative ideas.

A DDIM Specialist will work with you to fully understand the three realms of DDIM, (cost per impression, cost per engagement, and engagement rate), so you can be assured you're getting the most out of your marketing budget!

CRM

Customer Relationship Marketing

CRM is a form of marketing; wherein client relationships, customer loyalty, and brand value is built through marketing strategies and techniques. CRM helps boost morale, sustain current business relationships, and allow businesses to develop new, long-term relationships while benefiting your brand.

Let a trained Marketing Specialist assist you and help build strong bonds for internal and external stakeholders; without high-pressure or up-sales.

CRM can include training new or existing employees, commercial and client-specific strategy, planning internal company events, planning community-building events, business to business relationship-building and advertising.