Harness the Social Media Power of Google+, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, Yelp.com, Instagram and Pinterest



While you may not be incredibly familiar with Google+, it is an invaluable social networking platform that businesses should be taking full advantage of.

With over 300 million active users, the majority of whom are located in the United States, there is no time to waste in publishing valuable content through your Google+ account.

Our online marketing professionals will show you how to utilize your Google+ account and keep you up to date on the various ways to engage your social network using this platform.


Twitter has become one of the most popular social networks since its inception, and using it correctly should be an integral part of any business’s online marketing strategy. KJ Proweb uses a variety of time-tested techniques to help your business engage consumers and businesses alike on Twitter.


Our social media experts will help you get a handle on developing interesting content that is designed to be tweeted and retweeted by users all over the globe. Choosing KJ Proweb to help you create a successful Twitter campaign will be one of the most valuable things you add to your online marketing campaign.


Working with KJ Proweb you will learn how to harness the social power of the world’s largest online professional network. Industry experts know that LinkedIn is the perfect place to distribute targeted B2B Ads, as well as provide you with an opportunity to improve your company’s positioning.

Our specialists will help you grow your business by showcasing unique content through your LinkedIn Profile, allowing you to establish reliable human connections worldwide. Additionally, by utilizing LinkedIn you’ll find that you’ll quickly develop authority with other leaders in your industry, and subsequently grow the number of customers you serve.

Learn more about improving your social media strategy with KJ Proweb’s LinkedIn tactics and strategies today.


Promoted Pins are just like regular Pins, only you pay to have them seen by more people. They’re ads that perform just as well, if not better, than organic Pins, helping people discover and save ideas.

Create ads by promoting your Pins

More than 75%of Pins saved to Pinterest come from businesses. Promoted Pins don’t interrupt or distract Pinners. They help people find the products and services that are right for them.

When someone saves a Promoted Pin, other people see that Pin in their feeds, which drives additional sales, especially among new buyers. Since Pins last forever, your ads continue to engage people and support your goals for years to come. Advertisers receive an average of 20% more (free!) clicks in the month after launching a Promoted Pin campaign.

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Any business with access to the Pinterest Ads Manager can take advantage of Promoted Pins. Whether your goal is to build your brand, increase in-store sales, drive online actions or boost traffic, it’s simple to get started today. Learn more about how to promote your Pins.

Choosing the Right Social Networks

We’ll ask a few questions to help you determine where your ideal customers are the most active. Some of these may include:

  • Will more users on a network (Facebook is the most popular) translate to more competition for audience attention?
  • Are your customers actively engaging (spending time and paying attention to) on the network? Does it fit your demographic? If you’re not targeting Millennials, then it may not be not a good idea to focus efforts on newer networks like Snapchat, for example.
  • Does your industry have a presence?
  • Does the network make sense for your content? If you’re not planning a video strategy, or it doesn’t make sense for your niche – focus less on networks like YouTube and Periscope.
  • Does it make sense for you as the business owner? Do you have the time, budget, and tools to create video content for YouTube?

If you don’t know who your customers are, we can help with the creation of a customer/buyer persona, so you get an idea of who they are, how they act, and what they will expect from you. This persona can guide everything from your website content to your social media content, and more.

It’s safe to say you’ll end up with a Facebook and Twitter, as these are the main networks for the vast majority of businesses, regardless of size, niche, or demographic. Unless you’re in the B2B market, you won’t need to invest time and effort in LinkedIn. But, on Facebook, because everyone’s there – you’ll have to deal with a lot of competition, and face the fact that at least in the beginning, you’ll struggle to gain traction with your audience, courtesy of Facebook’s Edgerank algorithm that determines how many of your fans see a post at any given time.