Business owners, MUST manage their online brand!

A vital component is Social Media & BizSocially is the solution.

Small business social media support can often be overbearing and too expensive. BizSocially is here to easily and inexpensively answer the need of managing your online brand for you.

Are you really going to choose to not spend $3-$4 per day to meet this need?

Small/Medium businesses (SMBs) have all the same needs as large organizations to address clients and prospects. The difference is that resources are stretched thinner and often require the executives to manage multiple concerns – in essence wear multiple hats. BizSocially was created for the express purpose to meet the needs of small business social media requirements at a cost that is workable. There are plenty of organizations/consultants that will take $1,000s from you monthly to create a social media plan. In the final equation, what is most important is will your business be represented on the Internet when your next client is ready to contact you? BizSocially was engineered to do just that within the tight budget most businesses work under. Let us show you how.

QUICK START OPTION – INTERNET BRAND MANAGEMENT

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The Right Small Business Social Media Solution, At The Right Price

Internet Brand Management

$99/month*

What's included:

Small business social media posting program to reinforce your brand – averaging 4-5 per week
(25+ Holiday Posts – 3-4 Topical Connection posts)

Internet listing publisher management – our BCM service

Phase 1 of our proprietary step-by-step program for engaging social media

*$99 setup fee applies

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“Facebook’s large base of users continues to be very active. Fully 70% engage with the site daily (and 45% do so several times a day), a significant increase from the 63% who did so in 2013” (Pew Research, 2015)