There are so many blogs out there about ‘how to do social’. We kind of thumb our noses up around here most of the time. People that love social love posting about what it is and how to do the basics. They overshare. And that’s fine. The real nuanced approach comes from being great marketers and knowing what of that myriad of options best suits the brand in question.
I founded TBD on the belief that literally each client needs a separate, custom approach. We ask that you let us in, we take time to gain your trust, we show data on improvement and make custom plans. TBD iterates. TBD stays aware (woke if you are under 21). TBD knows what we’re doing.
I’ve held that really close to the vest for 2 years while I’ve watched our clients flourish and our team ebb and flow. We can pivot, fast. We can get the win, with a great client that is a true partner. We can improve your brand. We can build you a community, and help you sell.
Now, we’re jumping in the content pool - but in TBD style, not like everyone else. My plan is to open up the vault, and share with you the real questions we work through, the real education we share, and the real way we beat all the competition for our clients. Not to brag, to enlighten. Not to gush, but to give credit where credit is due. When we uncover problems, we fix them. We’re rolling out new conceptual marketing strategies. We are partnering with the best tools. We will stay cutting edge, for our clients.
Our mission statement matters more than ever to us: TBD exists to write and create social processes to drive reach, results and sales opportunities for our clients. We develop communities of fans and friends that recommend and become advocates for products and brands.
I think you’ll learn a lot this year, as we launch a series of real life accounts and talking points. And if you have specific questions, just ask.