Social Media Pricing

"social media for small business"

BRONZE BUNDLE: a one-off fee of £99
1) Blog set-up:
A cheap alternative to a website, we used the WordPress format as it’s really simple for clients to use and update.
This will include:
* basic design (using a WordPress template)
* homepage with image and text introducing your buiness
* header (using your existing logo or a product shot, plus contact info)
* About Me/Us page which will give background and a story to what you do

2) Twitter account set-up:
* set up username
* add profile pic (from an image supplied)
* follow 50 suitable people (so, if your business is landscape design, we’ll seek out 50 suitable industry people/suppliers – a follow can sometimes result in someone following you back, thereby increasing your reach)
* create your first 5 Tweets (an introductory “Yay, I’m on Twitter, please suggest people I suggest follow” style Tweet; a link to your new blog; a link to your new Facebook page; 2 links to images of what you do)
* set up a Twitpic account for your Twitter account. This allows you to seamlessly show images on your Twitter page

3) Facebook business page:
* set up a business page including contact details
* link your Facebook page to your Twitter account and vice versa (so that a Facebook or Twitter status update automatically updates on the other)
* write the opening post & use the “invite friends” function to send out an automated invite to the friends on your personal profile

Approximate completion time: 1-2 weeks for all aspects

"social media for small business"

SILVER BUNDLE: a one-off fee of £119

1) Blog set-up:
Using the WordPress format, this will include:
* basic design (using a WordPress template)
* homepage with image and text introducing your business + 2 news stories to give the introduction to your business depth
* header (either using your existing logo or a product shot or a bespoke header if you don’t have your own logo – this style is much more impactful)
* About Me/Us page which will give background and a story to what you do
* Gallery page using up to 5 images (with all images formatted correctly and to size)
* Contact page
* Tag all images and text with keywords – to be suggested by us and confirmed by yourself: such as “painter and decorator West London” and “trusted decorator London” for a painting and decorating service
* Verify your blog with Google, which will mean that people typing in your business name or what you do into Google will be able to find you

2) Twitter account set-up:
* set up username
* add profile pic (from an image supplied)
* follow 150 suitable people/businesses (so, if your business is landscape design, I’ll seek out 150 suitable industry people/suppliers – a follow ‘normally’ results in someone following you back)
* create your first 10 Tweets (an introductory “Yay, I’m on Twitter, please suggest people I suggest follow” style Tweet; a link to your new blog; a link to your new Facebook page; 2 links to images of what you do)
* set up a Twitpic account for your Twitter account. This allows you to seamlessly show images on your Twitter page

3) Facebook business page:
* set up page including contact details
* link your Facebook page to your Twitter account and vice versa (so that a Facebook or Twitter status update automatically updates on the other)
* write the opening post & invite all of your friends
* suggest your Facebook page to over of our 400 friends

4) Linked In profile:
* create a Linked In profile for you and your business, linking it into your Twitter accounts and Facebook page (I will need basic personal information from you for this)
* research and add five relevant industry groups to your profile

Approximate completion time: 2 weeks for all aspects

"social media solutions for small businesses"

GOLD BUNDLE: a one-off fee of £179
1) Blog set-up:
Using WordPress, this will include:
* basic design (using a WordPress template) – paid-for templates are also available. We will submit various options for you to choose
* homepage with image and text introducing your business + 5 news stories to give depth to your blog
* header (either using your existing logo or a product shot or a bespoke header if you don’t have your own logo – this style is much more impactful)
* About Me/Us page which will give background and a story to what you do, including images and up to 5 staff profiles
* Gallery page with up to 10 images
* Contact page with links to email, Twitter and Facebook pages
* Tag all images and text with “keywords” – these keywords are magnets for search engines. These will be suggested by us and be confirmed by yourself: such as “painter and decorator West London” and “trusted decorator London” for a painting and decorating service
* Verify your blog with Google – which will mean that people typing in your business name or what you do into Google will be able to find you
* Verify your blog with Bing and Yahoo – the two other major search engines (if you do not have Yahoo or Hotmail accounts, I will need to set these up on your behalf)

2) Twitter account set-up
* set up username
* add profile pic (from an image supplied)
* add bespoke background to your Twitter profile page
* follow 150 suitable people/businesses (so, if your business is landscape design, I’ll seek out 150 suitable industry people/suppliers – a follow ‘normally’ results in someone following you back)
* create your first 10 Tweets, including: introductory “Yay, I’m on Twitter, please suggest people to follow…” style Tweet; a link to your new blog; a link to your new Facebook page; 2 links to images of what you do; industry commentary, etc. All are approved by you.
* set up a Twitpic account for your Twitter account. This allows you to seamlessly show images on your Twitter page

3) Facebook business page
* set up a Facebook business page including contact details
* link your Facebook page to your Twitter account and vice versa (so that a Facebook or Twitter status update automatically updates on the other)
* write the opening post & invite all of your friends
* suggest your Facebook page to over 400 friends
* promote your Facebook page to over 1800 Twitter followers
* advise on how to maximise the number of people seeing your Facebook page – using yours and your staff’s personal profiles to increase coverage

4) Linked In profile
* create a Linked In profile for you, linking it into your Twitter accounts and Facebook page (I will need basic personal information from you for this)
* research and add five relevant industry groups to your profile

5) Create accounts for The Fancy and Pinterest
* TheFancy.com is “part store, part blog, part magazine, part wish-list” and is a great way of showcasing products in a visually striking way, encouraging other users to “like” and “share” great products. We will post 5 images (posted through your own account and via Resource Magazine’s for double impact) plus company information and links
* Pinterest is a “virtual pinboard” where users share the beautiful and cool things they find on the web. We will post 5 images plus company information and links

6) Add your business to Google Places and Yelp
97% of consumers search for local businesses online! A statistic we cannot ignore. Google Places and Yelp pin point your business and open it up to further search engine enquiries.

7) Further Twitter coverage
Resource’s combined Twitter accounts have over 1900 followers:
* We will Tweet and recommend your company, your new website and your new Twitter account to all of our followers

Approximate completion time: 2-3 weeks for all aspects

STEP 1: choose a bundle
STEP 2: read testimonials from our clients
STEP 3: have a look at our options for ongoing support, from as little as £39 per week
STEP 4: call us on 07765 976 803, Skype us on 020 8123 3878, or email us.

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