Client information form to establish your social media presence. We need to ask several questions to get started on your social media management program. Thank you for choosing SMD as your social media manager.
Your information is secure. We use secure web mail to protect your information, which is a private email service with spam and virus protection. We will only use this information for a Social Media Detroit evaluation and will not share it with anybody.
Why do we need this information and what we do with it? We need your social media channels and pages to manage and update your social networks (if requested). We ask for your business phone number to be able to contact you.
What we do with this information is: SMD will navigate to each of your existing social networks. When there we do a detailed analysis of your current situation.
SMD Client Info Evaluation
- How many friends or followers you currently have.
- How much junk mail and spam you have.
- The type of content you share, e.g. posts, photos, messages, invites, etc.
- The nature of your look and feel e.g. appearance across the web.
Your social search engine listings and reviews
When done we contact you with our results (usually within 48 hours). This information tells you what you need to know about your current and future social network presence.
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To make sure that our mail is not deleted or filtered into the Junk or Spam folder, please add firstname.lastname@example.org to your list of trusted senders or your address book/contact list (in your e-mail software) and to your ISP/mail service's whitelist.
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