California LinkedIn Account Management Reputation Marketing Service Announced

California businesses can get in touch with Astute Social Media for full LinkedIn account management. The company offers social media marketing and can help boost brand awareness through engaging with customers on a number of levels.

Burbank, United States - October 7, 2017 /PressCable/ —

Astute Social Media has announced it can help businesses in any niche with LinkedIn marketing to take their online presence to the next level. The service allows companies to reach a business audience with pinpoint accuracy, building and managing effective LinkedIn ad campaigns with layered targeting and testing.

More information can be found at:

Through working with Astute Social Media, businesses can benefit from 100% LinkedIn account management for their company. They will get a dedicated account manager, who is a digital marketing specialist trained in current LinkedIn ads and best practices.

They can help clients with new campaigns, and will set up their strategy from scratch. Throughout the campaign management process, the account manager will track the campaign performance to find the best performing combination of ads, landing pages and messaging systems. They will also work hard to ensure each process is continually improved, offering the best service for their customers.

After each month, clients will get a full monthly report showcasing the effects and benefits of the process. This will allow them insights into the LinkedIn marketing process, to see how Astute Social Media is helping to boost their reputation and brand awareness.

Through managing their clients’ LinkedIn page, Astute Social Media can provide its clients with the opportunity to tell their company’s story in the best way. They can engage with followers, share and develop career opportunities, and plan marketing campaigns tailored specifically for them.

Effective LinkedIn management and marketing can encourage customers to engage with a business in any niche. In addition to this, Astute Social Media can help clients to introduce new products and services across their LinkedIn platform in the most effective way.

Alongside these new launches, the company can explain how they will help customers, boosting engagement on a number of levels. They can differentiate themselves from their competition, and establish themselves as leaders in their field.

Full details of the benefits of LinkedIn marketing, ad campaigns and account management from Astute Social Media can be found on the URL above.

About Astute Social Media:

Astute Social Media helps small businesses dominate the internet and leverage their enhanced visibility to generate a consistent flow of new customers and steady cash flow. Their inhouse Facebook Ads Management and social media experts guide clients toward achieving KPI’s for all business sales objectives.

Founder and Chief Digital Marketing Strategist, Christopher T. Lawson, authors practical how-to articles and case studies for results-focused small business owners, entrepreneurs, solopreneurs, digital nomads and side hustlers. His work can be found on LinkedIn and Medium.

Contact Info:
Name: Christopher T. Lawson
Email: Send Email
Organization: Astute Social Media
Address: 434 South 6th Street Suite C, Burbank, California 91501, United States

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Release ID: 246918

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