Lynchburg, VA, July 04, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Search Engine Optimization company Be Famous Media announced its small business online marketing program today. Social Media Management, provides much needed support to small businesses who want to place more focus on building their brand and keeping a watchful eye on their online reputation. Be Famous Media will post timely industry news, blogs, articles, fun facts, quotes, videos, images and other relevant content to Twitter, Facebook and/or LinkedIn.
Be Famous Media also offers plans where they will respond to people who engage with you on social media and interact with relevant groups and pages, including post questions, polls and other content designed to get a conversation started on your page.
For small business that are looking for community building, Be Famous Media will also set up a Facebook landing page, write exclusive content for your followers, aggressively manage follow/unfollow links, report “like” metrics, follow/connect with customers and others in your target market, follow-back relevant followers, and @ mention prominent and/or well-connected users and industry leaders.
Because search engines are beginning to use social signals (activity on social media sites) in search results. It’s a good idea for small business owners to get involved with social media now so they’re prepared for the day when social media activities become a more important factor in search rankings.
“Local small businesses have historically relied on yellow pages and traditional advertising, which make it hard to impossible to track ROI. With most people searching for products and service on Google, businesses need to use online marketing strategies to stay competitive. We provide our clients with a reporting dashboard which allows them to see the performance of their campaigns, staying transparent and accountable is important to us. Be Famous Media’s goal is to build long lasting relationships and partner with our clients,” said Phil Tucker, Search Campaign Manager at Be Famous Media.