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Virtel Marketing refines service offerings to make content marketing, social media and public relations more affordable for small and mid-sized businesses

With content marketing becoming the go-to marketing solution for businesses large and small, Utah-based Virtel Marketing has expanded its offerings to provide ways for organizations to avoid the expense of monthly retainers and purchase public relations and social media services a la cart. “What happens when your social media pages aren’t up to date with interesting and engaging content? Nothing,” explained Virtel Marketing CEO Mitch Weight. Though, rather than shell out thousands of dollars each month to a social media agency, Weight encourages newcomers and those testing the waters to try Virtel’s social content creation package for $700 per month. “We manage all of your social networks, creating content and posting several times each day to Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest, Instagram and LinkedIn,” Weight said, adding that there is no setup fee for Virtel Marketing creating the social media accounts. “Our clients used to search for interesting topics, produce content and hope their audience found the material exciting,” Weight said. “Now they leave that work to us.” For businesses, online marketing is more important than ever. With budgets tight, however, sometimes marketing and public relations are the first things to go with rent due and utility bills piling up. Besides a complete list of social media services, including keyword monitoring and ad optimization, Virtel Marketing also offers affordable blog writing, infographic campaigns, press releases, media outreach and other design and PR services. “It’s unusual to find a business owner these days who doesn’t understand the importance of social media and content marketing,” Weight said. “However, that doesn’t make it any easier to squeeze in an extra expense with many companies already experiencing belt-tightening.” Paying a marketing agency $5,000 per month is out of the question […]

  • Reply to Comments on Facebook is Coming!
    Reply to Comments on Facebook is Coming! Reply to Comments on Facebook is Coming!

    Reply to Comments on Facebook is Coming!

Reply to Comments on Facebook is Coming!

Facebook announced on Monday it is rolling out a new feature so users can reply directly to comments left on their page. Finally. Following months of testing, the social network aims to make navigating through conversation threads easier with the new Replies feature. This means that, instead of having to leave a response to a friend’s comment way after new ones have been added, you will be able to address each individual comment. Responses will be posted under the original comment too. The site is also prioritizing comments based on engagement — the most active and popular ones will surface to the top of your posts. This will be especially helpful for pages with thousands of followers. “You and your readers will have the ability to reply directly to comments left on your Page content and start conversation threads, which will make it easier for you to interact directly with individual readers and keep relevant conversations connected,” said Vadim Lavrusik, Facebook’s journalism program manager, in an official blog post. “Also, the most active and engaging conversations among your readers will be surfaced at the top of your posts ensuring that people who visit your Page will see the best conversations.” For now, threaded replies only apply to Facebook pages, not profiles. Users will be able to opt into the Replies through the Page admin panel. Facebook will be bringing the feature to all pages with more than 10,000 followers by July 10, 2013, but pages can turn the option off along the way. “At launch, this feature will only be available on desktop and we plan to make it available in the Graph API and mobile in the future,” Lavrusik added.   Originally posted here: http://mashable.com/2013/03/25/facebook-replies/ Images and logo courtesy […]

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