Don't try to sell to everyone. Instead, build a community.
By honing in on your values, you now can focus on those who share the same values. This is your community. These are the people that you want to help and work with every day. Together we will
reach out to these people through social media advertising to introduce them to you so they can love your San Francisco company as much as you do. Because you share values, they will become loyal customers coming back again, and again. Rather than promoting products every day, we will provide useful and relevant information that will help build the relationship between your business and your customers. We will be sure to provide value to your customers so that they look forward to engaging with your business. Is your Facebook page alive and growing? Does your Instagram feel robotic and spammy? While you take care of your customers, we will focus on sharing your values in an exciting and engaging social media presence. We will keep in touch with your customers and build the relationship that you started to make them a part of your San Francisco company. Once you have a clear set of values, and a community you want to help, we use targeted advertising to share your branding with others who share your values. Leave the work to us to make sure you stay within your budget, monitor all ads, and optimize sales.
It's more than just business
We're in San Francisco to help you
build your community
A painter creates emotion on a canvas
A violinist creates emotion from the stage
We do daily posts that are relevant to your business and values
We will reach out to others both inside and outside your community
to make new connections and strengthen existing relationships
on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter to keep your customers engaged
What emotion do you create for your customers?
We make a plan together
We work together to do it right
We build our community together
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What values do you share?
The practice of branding is thought to have begun with the ancient Egyptians who were known to have engaged in livestock branding as early as 2,700 BCE. Branding was used to differentiate one person’s cattle from another's by means of a distinctive symbol burned into the animal’s skin with a hot branding iron. If a person stole any of the cattle, anyone else who saw the symbol could deduce the actual owner. However, the term has been extended to mean a strategic personality for a product or company, so that ‘brand’ now suggests the values and promises that a consumer may perceive and buy into. Over time, the practice of branding objects extended to a broader range of packaging and goods offered for sale including oil, wine, cosmetics and fish sauce.