Social media marketing for business

David Oakley Marketing prides itself on being one of the local leaders in social media and digital marketing. We have social media communities in the South Coast area that can give your business unrivalled coverage and exposure compared to newspapers and traditional analogue marketing media, with provable results and analytical data provided on a weekly basis.

Modern business trends and increased competition have forced many companies and individuals to downsize and cut back on marketing to meet their bottom-line goals. We provide flexible marketing solutions and strategies that assist companies and individuals to stay ahead of their rivals and meet their objectives by giving the best possible service at an affordable fee that increases your business presence and visibility.

Digital marketing is our expertise, and we emphasise this method for most of the companies we work with. However, other methods of advertising & PR may be used or recommended, should we feel they will benefit your business.

If you, or your company have been thinking of updating your existing marketing strategies, we would like to meet with you to discuss your future objectives and how our services may be of help in achieving your overall goals.

No other marketing partner in this area can provide your business with the social media coverage that we can. Over the last 10 years, we have built local social media communities totalling over 150,000 across the South Coast, growing every week. We have partnered with over 60 local businesses that need their products and services showcased to people living in West and East Sussex.

Social media marketing plays a pivotal role in establishing a stronghold for your business. When you fortify your online presence with a solid foundation, you not only gain the ability to defend and outpace local competitors in Worthing but also set the stage to launch any business venture while staying ahead of your rivals.

The first crucial aspect to grasp about effective social media marketing is this: envision social media as an online community united by common interests, akin to a bustling coffee shop where people convene for lively discussions and entertainment. Like any community, some individuals will develop a fondness for your brand, while others may hold different sentiments. It’s essential not to take offense, as it’s par for the course. After all, why fret when you have ownership of the coffee shop or the community centre?

From the outset, I made a deliberate decision that if I were to employ social media communities for business growth, I would demand complete control. Consequently, I embarked on the journey to create my own digital community, akin to a coffee shop or a thriving town in Worthing. This endeavour is not always swift or straightforward, but it is an absolute necessity.

Unlike most business owners who merely create a Facebook page solely dedicated to their business, I opted for a more dynamic approach. Such a one-dimensional approach is uninspiring and ineffective.