We help you identify target users and carry out effective campaigns and contests.
Planning & Strategy
Everyone should have a solid strategy before they dive into Social Media. We help you identify your Who, What, Why, When and How’s. uSocially can also help with crisis planning.
Showcase your team, products, clients, about info, testimonials, latest posts from the blog, contact form, additional calls to action. Everything translation ready.
Social Media Management
We can help set you up and set your team up and train them or run the entire shebang for you!
uSocially is based in the wonderful Rogue Valley, Or. We offer Social Media Education and services to small to medium-sized business anywhere in the world who want to get social! No time for social media? We can help! Check out our Services.
uSocially believes in the power of human connectedness and passion. People are full of passion for their brand/business and they deserve to connect and foster a much richer relationship with their customer base. uSocially strives to provide valuable high-quality educational content to its users and uphold its commitment to help businesses reach out and connect in a meaningful and quantifiable way.
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Social Proof is an important concept for businesses in the digital era. Social Proof provides people the evidence that you are a credible business that provides good products and services.
The concept of buyer personas is all about reaching your customer at a human level. It’s a way to effectively build a connection with your customer as a real person. Using the buyer persona, you will be able to better determine what your customer’s priorities are, what motivates them and why they might be inclined to choose to do business with you over your competitors.
The term Marketing Mix was coined in 1948 by professors at the Harvard Business School and the business school at the University of Notre Dame. In 1960, the original 4 Ps of Marketing: Product, Place, Price and Promotion were codified by a marketing professor at Michigan State University. Half a century later, the 4 Ps are still considered to be the gold standard of marketing strategy development. Over time, the marketing mix list was expanded to include nine Ps, with Process, Position, Profit, Packaging and People added. In whatever number, the Ps served marketing departments throughout the world for several decades. But we’re in a new century now and the marketplace has changed. It is time to re-think and re-tool the Ps for today’s B2B service-oriented economy.
Every few months it makes sense to do some benchmarking and find out how your services, marketing message buzz words and product or service delivery systems compare to those of competitors. Whether you are a start-up or a veteran entrepreneur, market research in its many forms is an important barometer of the environment in which your venture operates. Fail to keep your finger on the various pulse points of the marketplace and you can miss the boat on either a lucrative opportunity or a shift in customer priorities that will leave you out in the cold and scrambling to catch up.