Social Jargn began with the idea to solve the common obstacles many businesses and healthcare providers face. These challenges tend to fall within one or more of the following: lack of time, lack of knowledge, or lack of desire to manage their own social media accounts. We take a results driven approach to your social media by implementing more than a like + share + post routine. A subset of skills comes into play when creating quality content (photography, graphic design, videography, copywriting), but we like to take it a step further. By incorporating a sales strategy, analytics, and measurement, Social Jargn remains results-focused and client-forward when it comes to marketing.
Our knowledge ranges from the techy to the timeless and we take into consideration any other marketing pieces being used to promote your organization when developing a social media content plan. We focus on the user experience and the full picture of how social media plugs into the rest of your marketing efforts and where it falls in your sales funnel or recruitment cycle. Using this methodology ensures a cohesive message between your traditional advertising (in-person, television, radio, print) and your digital marketing (email, social media, SEO, websites, ads) to avoid fragmentation, creating a clear, powerful message that portrays your brand, mission, and philosophy while increasing awareness and revenue.
While most clients begin with a social media only relationship, Social Jargn is capable of transitioning from simply maintaining your social media presence to rounding out your marketing department. By implementing a full-range of marketing methods, your organization is able to provide a seamless experience generating higher rated reviews and a powerful online presence. We assist clients with other digital marketing avenues outside of social media, work with existing marketing teams, and help organizations develop your own internal marketing department.
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