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To Tweet or not to Tweet…that is the question.

When it comes to the question of whether an active social media presence is critical to a company’s bottom line, you’ll hear a dozen different arguments for and against.  However, statistics aside, one of social media’s unquestioned benefits is its ability to connect companies to their customers on a more personal level than a magazine ad or a flyer can.  So even if you’re not thrilled about the idea of devoting 25% of your marketing budget to social media-based ads and contests, you should be thrilled about developing a social media presence for your company.  Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and other platforms are great, inexpensive ways to interact with your current customers and attract new ones.  iima productions is social media savvy — let us help you create a social media identity for your company that you and your customers can be proud of.



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  • Social Media Management OR Email Newsletter
  • $300mo.
    for annual plan
  • $315/mo. if Billed Monthly
  • 2 Social Profiles Managed
  • Custom Profile & Cover Images
  • 4 posts/week
  • Choose Facebook, Twitter, etc.
  • 3+ Social Media Profiles:
    $130 ea.
  • 1 Campaign Per Month
  • Coaching & Messaging Strategies
  • Full Campaign Setup & Ongoing Maintenance
  • 1 Monthly Email Newsletter +
    2 Social Profiles
  • $500mo.
    for annual plan
  • $515/mo. if Billed Monthly
  • Our Most Popular Package
  • Everything to the left included
  • 1 Email Newsletter/month
  • 2 Social Media Profiles Managed
  • $100 Monthly Savings!
    Save $1200/year!
  • 1 Monthly Email Newsletter +
    4 Social Profiles
  • $700mo.
    for annual plan
  • $715/mo. if Billed Monthly
  • Everything to the left, plus:
  • FOUR Social Media Profiles
  • Better Connect w/Your Customers
  • 1 Social Media Contest/Year
  • $200 Monthly Savings!
    Save $2400/year!


Why do I want an email newsletter AND social media management?
How often should I update my Facebook/Google+/LinkedIn/Twitter page?
A majority of businesses update their social media page at least once a day. Check out our Social Media Marketing for Small Businesses infographic for more details.

Generally speaking, the more frequently and CONSISTENTLY you post, the better. However, not everyone has time to post updates this frequently and that’s okay. The main thing is to be consistent in your posting. If that means twice a week and once on the weekend, that works. Don’t let a page sit for a month with no updates. Doing so reflects poorly on your business.

True cost of social media marketing for small business INFOGRAPHIC

What does an email newsletter look like?