This Week at Wizard | Super Busy Picking up More Local Clients

This Week at Wizard | Super Busy Picking up More Local Clients

Just Checking in, we have been so busy we have not been able to post much on here. So I made myself set some time to make this quick update and let you all know what we’ve been up to!

We were Hired to create a t-shirt for the Local Rib Fest, a super fun project for us, it gave us a break from all the social media marketing we have been doing.

We have picked up yet another Local Client, the co-owner of one of the most popular hair salons in town needs re-branding. Super exciting project that we will post when we are finished.

We continue to service our clients with the most advanced levels of wizardry in all of our services.

We are working on Wizard’s Site, adding some new features, components, and A WHOLE NEW DEPARTMENT!

Stay tuned for the new department announcement, super exciting about it.

That’s just a summary of whats been going on this week and its only Hump Day, so we will see what the rest of the week has to offer! We continue to grow and gain more clients, nation wide and local, you have no idea how good this feels.

Thank you for the continued support, we look forward to connecting with you.

-Wizard

Whats the Deal with Twitter?

Whats the Deal with Twitter?

What’s the deal with Twitter? It seems like it has come very far from what It once was, and not in a good way. Trying to organically grow on Twitter used to be a lot easier than it is today, it Seems like now it’s mostly for celebrities and politicians. You need to be a little more creative on Twitter to get engagement.

It’s important to have a Twitter if you are a business but just don’t get discouraged when you’re Twitter growth is slow at first, to get really good traction on Twitter you have to have an already known brand or really good marketing.

And don’t forget your reading this on Wizard Multimedia Marketing & Design’s website so you can go ahead and click on our services or contact and hire us if you want some of that really good marketing.

Personally I think the best strategy to go about growing a Twitter account would be kind of be edgy in your responses like Gordan Ramsey or Wendy’s is, what the kids refer to as “savage”, lots of the main fast food brands are running their social media accounts like this now, with wild success.

Twitter’s not dead by any means, the organic growth/engagement is almost there, lol, but if you’re creative enough, like everything else you’ll be fine.

And again, if you need help, we have had proven results from twitter ad campaigns. Cheers!