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Post #1  Postby justinmcinerny » April 23rd 2017, 8:40am

Does anyone have experience with social media outsourcing companies? Main Street Hub and Social High Rise seem to be two of the bigger ones. I just don't have time to work with Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and everything else that's out there. I have a web page which does pretty well, an e-mail list which I use to promote tastings with through Mailchimp and I send tweets once a week about my tasting.
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Post #2  Postby Barry Paul Price » June 12th 2017, 10:05pm

Do you use Facebook ads?
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Post #3  Postby Chris Barnes » July 25th 2017, 10:26am


Have you looked into posting the job on UpWork with your budget? These are freelancers who may be able to get it done for less than a bigger company. Just a thought.
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Post #4  Postby JPWilley » July 25th 2017, 3:10pm

Justin - I have at least one name to send you that my wife is supposed to forward to me. Our contact works with a lot of DC area food and booze types (Columbia Room, Cotton and Reed, etc). I can also probably come up with some other locals that work that space if necessary. DM me an email and pester me if you don't hear from me soon.
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Post #5  Postby Michael O'Brien » August 17th 2017, 10:34am

Not sure if this is what you are looking for but I know wineries that have worked with this company and are happy with the results. It is nothing like a Main Street Hub operation though.

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