Does your business need a Social Media HealthCheck?

4th March 2015

Throughout March, Sheffield's own U Social Media are supporting Chamber Members with a Free Social Media HealthCheck service.

There are limited slots available, so book on today to avoid disappointment! One more question... Would you like a Social Media Kick-Start? If your company's social media presence has fallen behind and you don't have the time or expertise to fix it, a Kick-Start Programme will be right up your street (or ginnel!): Social Media Kick-Start Programme benefits: Grow Fans & Followers Generate leads Gain maximum exposure Increase repeat business & referrals What does a Kick-Start Programme entail? Your programme will be delivered based on objectives and includes activity such as: Email Marketing, App Design, Competitions & Incentives, as well as: Complete management of your social media profiles Dedicated social media & digital marketing expert on demand A fully integrated social media strategy Eye catching graphic design In-depth reporting and monitoring Kick-Start Programmes start from as little as £350 per month. Does My Company Need a Social Media Kick-Start? With more than 30 million daily users in the UK, Facebook has incredible potential to help grow your business. Add other popular channels such as Twitter and LinkedIn into your social mix, and we're already getting excited for you... So whether you've recently joined the sensational world of social media and need more engagement from fans - or your social fan-base isn't growing fast enough a Kick-Start Programme is your ticket to impressive results. Why not take the Social Media HealthCheck to see what opportunities lay ahead for you? To learn more about the benefits of management services from U Social Media, speak to an expert on 0800 112 3605 or email us at info@usocialmedia.co.uk

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