Social Media Marketing Boronia
Let us take social media off your ‘to do’ list!
Get quality created and curated social posts every week at a great price
As a busy small business owner, time is precious. You have hundreds of important tasks to complete every day, but consistently posting to your social media profiles to maintain an active social media presence, doesn’t have to be one of them. We help you focus on growing your business, while we take care of your social profiles for you.
Cultivate Digital offer Social Media Management Services for small business owners in Boronia and Melbourne. This includes quality social media content creation and curation to help you maintain a consistent presence on your important social media channels.
Our Social Media Services
Social Media Monitoring
Social Media Content Strategy
Social Media Advertising
“One third of consumers in Australia agree that they will inspect a brand’s social media presence before making an online purchase if they have not purchased from their website before…Marketing continues to top the list of reasons given by SMBs to use social media. The marketing-related reasons given by SMBs included promoting the business (33%), creating awareness and exposure (28%), and generating sales (17%). Social media is also used by SMBs as a way to connect and interact with their customer and consumer base (19%).”
Why Choose Cultivate Digital your your social media management?
There is no magic bullet when it comes to social media marketing. It requires an ongoing effort of monitoring, reporting and content optimisation. So if you are a small business in Boronia and still wondering if you should invest in social media, the answer is a definite, yes. We understand what it takes to build a community and drive consistent traffic to your website using social media and we do it at a rate most small businesses can afford.
What you can expect working with us:
✓ Content posted weekly to your social channels
✓ One point of contact
✓ Unique content, specifically created for your business
✓ Images specially chosen for your target audience
✓ No lock in contract
✓ Content all done by us in house.
✓ Monthly schedules in advance for your approval
✓ Drive traffic to your website
✓ Activate your brand across multiple social channels
✓ Expertise for Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn
Social Media for businesses in Boronia
Every business is different so we like to quote only once we have had a strategic conversation with you.
Having said that, our pricing starts at approximately $600 a month for our Basic Small Business Management Package that includes:
Posts on 2 platforms (Facebook, LinkedIn and/or Instagram) 3 times a week
Full months content calendar pre-planned
Creation of a mix of text, image and video posts
Online dashboard to fully edit and customise posts if needed
Scheduling of all content posts
Monthly reviewing of post schedule and results
A Social Media Strategy is a one off investment starts at around A$700.00 depending on what’s included and the size of the business.
Whatever your situation, give us a call or send us an email. We’re here to help. We take the time to understand your needs and concerns. We are honest, open and will always offer our best advice.
Please contact us to set up a time for a chat.
Before European settlement, Boronia and encompassing rural areas were regularly visited by Aborigines from the Westernport and Yarra clans, chasing amid the late spring a very long time in the Dandenong Ranges and its lower regions. The Wurundjeri individuals of the Kulin country are the recognized customary overseers of the arrive on which Boronia and all of City of Knox is found (source: Knox City Council distribution).
In its beginning of European settlement, Boronia was prevalently a plantation, blossom developing and cultivating territory.
Boronia was named in 1915 by nearby Councilor A. E. Chandler (before this, Boronia was viewed as a major aspect of Bayswater). Chandler named the suburb Boronia after the plant, boronia, which developed on his property at The Basin. The plant was found by Ferdinand von Mueller, an Austrian botanist, who came to Australia amid the provincial time frame.