How Jason Built $500K/Year Social Media Marketing Agency
Social media marketing is important for any business in our increasingly virtual world. If you’re an avid user of these platforms, opening a social media marketing agency is an appealing prospect. But how do you get started—and what does it take to succeed?
In this interview, we talk to the founder and CEO of Socialistics, a social media marketing agency in the B2B sector. Started as a side hustle, Socialistics.com has quickly grown into mid six-figure business with big-name clients like the Air Force and Habitat for Humanity.
Socialistics isn’t your average social media marketing business. It was founded with the aim of disrupting the space, coming up with new approaches to social media services so they could better serve their clients and give employees more freedom. This emphasis on innovation is one key reason they’ve been able to keep growing while other social media marketing companies flounder.
If you’re wondering how to start a social media marketing agency, you need to watch this interview. We’ll talk about how they’ve maintained their impressive growth even through the challenges of our era and why they’ve chosen a virtual office model over the traditional 9-5 corporate culture.
To find out more about Socialistics, visit: https://socialistics.com.
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1:39 Meeting Jason
3:10 Target audience
4:43 How much to charge
6:09 Start-up cost of a marketing agency
7:16 How many clients are being served
8:20 How to quadruple sales
9:31 Profit margin
10:52 What makes Jason’s business unique
12:11 Number of people working
13:22 In terms of disrupting
14:40 Number one core value
15:48 The best client for Jason
17:03 Percentage of business from longterm clients
18:24 Jason’s business as a virtual agency
20:20 How Jason’s agency attracted big names
21:52 Charge what you’re worth
22:50 On Habitat for Humanity