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“Many people don’t even know about some of the more niche networks,” says Advice Ninja’s co-founder, Erik Teichmann, “but reaching the enthusiasts is where the money is.”
These days most large companies, even government agencies, have created specialist positions to manage their social media streams. Those who don’t hire internally contract out to freelance social media consultants, or hire an agency like Advice Ninjas. More and more, even celebrities and athletes no longer make their own tweets.
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“Social media marketing and consulting is about more than just managing a company’s social media feed,” explains Advice Ninjas co-founder, Rob Vinciguerra. “It’s about creating the content. Integrating it into existing web platforms. Producing videos. Graphic design. If a client wants a YouTube campaign but doesn’t have in-house talent to make the videos, what do they do? They go out and contract someone. Here we offer everything under one roof. We’ll do the video. We’ll make the graphics. We’ll do the web design.”
If a client wants an ad and doesn’t have in-house development, Advice Ninjas has them covered. Images and info-graphics are the most likely form of media to go viral across multiple platforms; the second most likely are videos. Not only does the company run the social media campaign, they develop the content. They’ll even design your website and integrate your social media channels.
“A lot of companies stop and the digital water’s edge,” says co-founder Dustin Darwin, “we don’t. Not only do we have over 30 years combined experience in social media, but we also have a decade of experience on traditional media. For some markets, print and radio are still some of the best way to gain traction.”
Before a client signs with Advice Ninjas, they get a detailed action plan that lays out a roadmap to a successful campaign. The client signs off on which elements to include before ever paying a retainer. “We believe in showing our hand,” says Vinciguerra. “Why would someone want to sign with a marketing firm without knowing their game plan?”
Even after the campaign ends Advice Ninjas offers social media coaching and technical support for all of their clients.
For social media consulting, marketing, graphic design, and video production, and web development, Advice Ninjas is the hot new go to agency. Their one-stop-shop approach is revolutionizing social media consulting.