Your Digital Agent. Simple. Social. Digital. Media.

We’re positively passionate about social media.

We LIVE for YOUR BRAND.

We promote you when you’re running your business.

Let us be YOUR DIGITAL AGENT.

Whether you need:

  • Social Media Strategy
  • Social Media Execution Plan
  • Social Media setup and management
  • PPC Advertising Campaigns
    • Google
    • Facebook
    • LinkedIn

We do things a different way. We look at

  • YOUR INDUSTRY
  • AVAILABLE PLATFORMS
  • BUDGET
  • TIME FRAME

Social media is more than creating a Twitter account and hoping for the best, it needs a strategy and execution plan which we can develop for you. Contact us TODAY!

Your Digital Agent

We live online, we’ve made friends online, we’ve connected people online. We have a passion for all things online.

The digital world is our world. We crave it, it inspires us to be and do more. Its backbone is technology and we are whoo’ed by its ability to create, manifest and evolve.

We are “Your Digital Agent“. We will help create your digital footprint. We all need one, it works and connects us, when we are sleeping.

The founder has a background in writing, technology (every aspect from technie, to developer, to web designer and to project manager), co-founded and ran a growing software company, public speaking, assisted in developing social networking platforms, traveled to the USA to learn about technology and business and worked for an insurance company. Starting a digital agency to help form your digital footprint was a logical step.

Contact us should you need help at shana@yourdigitalagent.com or visit the official website http://www.yourdigitalagent.com.

126 Million blogs on the Internet

Blogs and Wikis

“Company Blogs are Digital Publications  that Allow Public Responses” – Hubspot.com

  • Leaders can communicate directly with customers, suppliers and investors, as well as employees, helping disseminate and explain strategy.
  • Blogs give the writer an opportunity to answer critics in a controlled forum.
  • Compared with conference or printed memos to all staff, enterprise blogs are highly cost effective.
  • Sharing their ideas freely in an honest voice brings the blogging companies new connections and generate trust which will lead to business opportunities galore.
  • Blogs have a broad impact on the nature of online media by giving an opportunity to publish words, pictures and – ultimately – multimedia to the web without specialised geek skills.
  • A well written blog can give a human face to an otherwise anonymous enterprise.
  • They boost your search engine rankings if you add fresh content on a regular basis. Google and other search engines rewards sites that are updated often, that link to other sites and most importantly, that has many inbound links.
  • People are far more likely to give great feedback if they know someone specific is listening. The power of these feedback loops can generate big benefits.
  • Blogs’ diary format gives a sense of immediacy, and regular posting soon creates a large, searchable database of information hyperlinked to extra relevant material.
  • They mark your company as authentic and forward-looking.

For more benefits of business blogging, visit: Enterprise Blogs.

500 Million Active Facebook Users

Ways to use Facebook for your business:

Manage your profile:

1. Fill out your profile completely to earn trust.
2. Establish a business account if you don’t already have one.
3. Stay out of trouble by reading the Facebook rules regarding business accounts.
4. Install appropriate applications to integrate feeds from your blog and other social media accounts into your Facebook profile. (Although you should be careful before integrating your Twitter feed into your Faceboook profile, as a stream of tweets can seem overwhelming to your contacts.)
5. Keep any personal parts of your profile private through Settings.
6. Create friends lists such as “Work,” “Family” and “Limited Profile” for finer-grained control over your profile privacy.
7. Post a professional or business casual photos of yourself to reinforce your brand.
8. Limit business contacts’ access to personal photos.
9. Post your newsletter subscription information and archives somewhere in your profile.
10. Connect and share with others Obtain a Facebook vanity URL so that people can find you easily.

For more tips, visit: Web Worker Daily .