Looking to Boost your Social Media Presence and Grow Annual Memberships?
There's a lot of activity going on at ABC Golf Course, but, you're missing out...
More 20-30-year-olds are taking up golf than ever before.
Exactly the same demographic are the highest users of social media channels like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
We will help you take advantage of these platforms
and reach audiences like never before.
Getting You Noticed
Bringing Profiles up to Date
There are many standards and practices these days with social profiles which need to be kept up to date. Yours are currently more appropriate for the way the platforms were 3 years ago.
Growing your Audience
Using Facebook's unique targetting, we can pinpoint fans of golf in your area, of competing golf courses etc. This will encourage more potential users to 'Like' and 'Follow' your pages and profiles.
It's vital to ensure there's a good amount of content being shared.
Our suggestion is you post tips and advice on playing better golf, the best places to play, new clubs, new technologies and more, then use sponsored posts for things like offers, tours of the club and more.
As you grow, you'll get comments, questions and more.
It's absolutely vital to ensure these are responded to in a timely manner. This is the kind of response that generates goodwill, sharing and more.
We'll work with you to "find your voice" as a company
so we can respond in a suitable way.
Step 1: Finding Your Voice
It's no good posting in a super corporate way if your customers are typically 19-30 and talk mostly in emojis. Your account will be managed by the person most appropriate to communicate with your customers.
Step 2: Paid Offers
You don't just want free content being posted.
It's great for getting shares and likes but every so often you need to ask for the sale. There's an art to this. Don't ask for the sale too much or it turns people off. Don't ask for the sale enough and the exercise becomes unsustainable.
Together, we will work out which content to promote and "boost".
Step 3: Content Calendar
First, we work with you to figure out what kind of content you can produce and at what frequency. Together we'll decide an appropriate posting schedule that encourages engagement without burning you out.
"How long does it take?"
It will take us about 14 days to get you completely up and running.
Case Study: ABC Tennis Club
ABC Tennis Club needed more followers and wanted more annual subscriptions. They had a social media following but it wasn't maintained.
Update the profiles and bring them up-to-date. Update them regularly with photos, stories, content, tips and advice. We used sponsored posts to advertise free sessions with coaches, tours, competitions and call-to-action to become a member.
After 8 weeks we'd taken them from 300 likes on Facebook to 1,200. They had 23 applications to join in that period whereas in the previous 8 weeks they'd had 4. Of those, 6 became new members.
"We've already made far more than our money back. We are delighted"
Tony Smith - Managing Director
The 'Hole in One' Guarantee.
Our pricing is set in a way that it won't actually cost you anything. Our guarantee makes sure that if it doesn't work then you don't pay.
Our strategy for this is two-fold
1. We don't take on every client.
We've become very good at assessing whether we can help companies and we are very excited about helping you.
2. We grab the low hanging fruit available first. This funds future work.
So, if you want that help - add the product below.
Monthly management of your company Facebook Page
Monthly management of your company Instagram account
"We've already more than made our money back, not including the additional spend at the club. We're delighted."
Tony Smith - Managing Director
Most businesses have a risk.
We want to completely remove that from you and place it on ourselves.
It's simple; if we don't do what we say we're going to do then you don't pay.
If we don't deliver, you don't pay
Two elements of what you're buying today are your engagement plan and the content calendar. Our guarantee to you is that if we miss responding to someone by 2 hours or miss posting content in accordance with your content calendar then the following month is on us.
Can't say fairer than that.
Let's Get Started
If you would like to join us and become a client then we'd be delighted to have you.
1. Sign below by typing your name and hitting 'Accept'
2. We'll arrange the initial interview where we'll gather all the details we need.
3. We'll be in touch with your invoice details and will set up billing
We're ready to go, are you?
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Terms & Conditions
Terms and Conditions
This Agreement (the “Agreement”) is made as of [Date], by and between [Company Name] (the “Company”), and [Consultant Name](“Consultant”).
1. Consulting Relationship.
During the term of this Agreement, Consultant will provide consulting services to the Company as described on [PAGE NAME] hereto (the “Services”). Consultant represents that Consultant is duly licensed (as applicable) and has the qualifications, the experience and the ability to properly perform the Services. Consultant shall use Consultant’s best efforts to perform the Services such that the results are satisfactory to the Company.
As consideration for the Services to be provided by Consultant and other obligations, the Company shall pay to Consultant the amounts specified on [PAGE NAME] hereto at the times specified therein.
Consultant shall not be authorized to incur on behalf of the Company any expenses and will be responsible for all expenses incurred while performing the Services [except as expressly specified] unless otherwise agreed to by the Company’s [Title of Officer], which consent shall be evidenced in writing for any expenses in excess of [Expenses]. As a condition to receipt of reimbursement, Consultant shall be required to submit to the Company reasonable evidence that the amount involved was both reasonable and necessary to the Services provided under this Agreement.
4. Term and Termination.
Consultant shall serve as a consultant to the Company for a period commencing on Commencement Date and terminating on the earlier of (a) the date Consultant completes the provision of the Services to the Company under this Agreement, or (b) the date Consultant shall have been paid the maximum amount of consulting fees.
Notwithstanding the above, either party may terminate this Agreement at any time upon [Days Notice] business days’ written notice. In the event of such termination, Consultant shall be paid for any portion of the Services that have been performed prior to the termination.
Should either party default in the performance of this Agreement or materially breach any of its obligations under this Agreement, including but not limited to Consultant’s obligations under the Confidential Information and Invention Assignment Agreement between the Company and Consultant referenced below, the non-breaching party may terminate this Agreement immediately if the breaching party fails to cure the breach within Days business days after having received written notice by the non-breaching party of the breach or default.
5. Independent Contractor.
Consultant’s relationship with the Company will be that of an independent contractor and not that of an employee.
6. Method of Provision of Services.
Consultant shall be solely responsible for determining the method, details and means of performing the Services. Consultant may, at Consultant’s own expense, employ or engage the services of such employees, subcontractors, partners or agents, as Consultant deems necessary to perform the Services (collectively, the “Assistants”). The Assistants are not and shall not be employees of the Company, and Consultant shall be wholly responsible for the professional performance of the Services by the Assistants such that the results are satisfactory to the Company.
6.1 No Authority to Bind Company. Consultant acknowledges and agrees that Consultant and its Assistants have no authority to enter into contracts that bind the Company or create obligations on the part of the Company without the prior written authorization of the Company.
6.2 No Benefits. Consultant acknowledges and agrees that Consultant and its Assistants shall not be eligible for any Company employee benefits and, to the extent Consultant otherwise would be eligible for any Company employee benefits but for the express terms of this Agreement, Consultant (on behalf of itself and its employees) hereby expressly declines to participate in such Company employee benefits.
6.3 Withholding; Indemnification. Consultant shall have full responsibility for applicable withholding taxes for all compensation paid to Consultant or its Assistants under this Agreement, and for compliance with all applicable labor and employment requirements with respect to Consultant’s self-employment, sole proprietorship or other form of business organization, and with respect to the Assistants, including state worker’s compensation insurance coverage requirements and any U.S. immigration visa requirements. Consultant agrees to indemnify, defend and hold the Company harmless from any liability for, or assessment of, any claims or penalties with respect to such withholding taxes, labor or employment requirements, including any liability for, or assessment of, withholding taxes imposed on the Company by the relevant taxing authorities with respect to any compensation paid to Consultant or its Assistants.
7. Supervision of Consultant’s Services.
All of the services to be performed by Consultant, including but not limited to the Services, will be as agreed between Consultant and the Company’s [Supervisor’s Title]. Consultant will be required to report to the [Supervisor’s Title] concerning the Services performed under this Agreement. The nature and frequency of these reports will be left to the discretion of the [Supervisor’s Title].
8. Consulting or Other Services for Competitors.
Consultant represents and warrants that Consultant does not presently perform or intend to perform, during the term of the Agreement, consulting or other services for, or engage in or intend to engage in an employment relationship with, companies who businesses or proposed businesses in any way involve products or services which would be competitive with the Company’s products or services, or those products or services proposed or in development by the Company during the term of the Agreement (except for those companies listed). If, however, Consultant decides to do so, Consultant agrees that, in advance of accepting such work, Consultant will promptly notify the Company in writing, specifying the organization with which Consultant proposes to consult, provide services, or become employed by and to provide information sufficient to allow the Company to determine if such work would conflict with the terms of this Agreement, including the terms of the Confidentiality Agreement, the interests of the Company or further services which the Company might request of Consultant. If the Company determines that such work conflicts with the terms of this Agreement, the Company reserves the right to terminate this Agreement immediately. In no event shall any of the Services be performed for the Company at the facilities of a third party or using the resources of a third party.
9. Confidentiality Agreement.
Consultant shall sign, or has signed, a Confidentiality Agreement, on or before the date Consultant begins providing the Services.
10. Conflicts with this Agreement.
Consultant represents and warrants that neither Consultant nor any of the Assistants is under any pre-existing obligation in conflict or in any way inconsistent with the provisions of this Agreement. Consultant represents and warrants that Consultant’s performance of all the terms of this Agreement will not breach any agreement to keep in confidence proprietary information acquired by Consultant in confidence or in trust prior to commencement of this Agreement. Consultant warrants that Consultant has the right to disclose and/or or use all ideas, processes, techniques and other information, if any, which Consultant has gained from third parties, and which Consultant discloses to the Company or uses in the course of performance of this Agreement, without liability to such third parties. Notwithstanding the foregoing, Consultant agrees that Consultant shall not bundle with or incorporate into any deliveries provided to the Company herewith any third party products, ideas, processes, or other techniques, without the express, written prior approval of the Company. Consultant represents and warrants that Consultant has not granted and will not grant any rights or licenses to any intellectual property or technology that would conflict with Consultant’s obligations under this Agreement. Consultant will not knowingly infringe upon any copyright, patent, trade secret or other property right of any former client, employer or third party in the performance of the Services.
11.1 Amendments and Waivers. Any term of this Agreement may be amended or waived only with the written consent of the Company.
11.2 Sole Agreement. This Agreement, constitutes the sole agreement of the parties and supersedes all oral negotiations and prior writings with respect to the subject matter hereof.
11.3 Notices. Any notice required or permitted by this Agreement shall be in writing and shall be deemed sufficient upon delivery, when delivered personally or by overnight courier or sent by email or fax (upon customary confirmation of receipt), or forty-eight (48) hours after being deposited in the U.S. mail as certified or registered mail with postage prepaid, addressed to the party to be notified at such party’s address or fax number as set forth on the signature page or as subsequently modified by written notice.
11.4 Choice of Law. The validity, interpretation, construction and performance of this Agreement shall be governed by the laws of [jurisdiction], without giving effect to the principles of conflict of laws.
11.5 Severability. If one or more provisions of this Agreement are held to be unenforceable under applicable law, the parties agree to renegotiate such provision in good faith. In the event that the parties cannot reach a mutually agreeable and enforceable replacement for such provision, then (i) such provision shall be excluded from this Agreement, (ii) the balance of the Agreement shall be interpreted as if such provision were so excluded and (iii) the balance of the Agreement shall be enforceable in accordance with its terms.
11.6 Counterparts. This Agreement may be executed in counterparts, each of which shall be deemed an original, but all of which together will constitute one and the same instrument.
11.7 Advice of Counsel. EACH PARTY ACKNOWLEDGES THAT, IN EXECUTING THIS AGREEMENT, SUCH PARTY HAS HAD THE OPPORTUNITY TO SEEK THE ADVICE OF INDEPENDENT LEGAL COUNSEL, AND HAS READ AND UNDERSTOOD ALL OF THE TERMS AND PROVISIONS OF THIS AGREEMENT. THIS AGREEMENT SHALL NOT BE CONSTRUED AGAINST ANY PARTY BY REASON OF THE DRAFTING OR PREPARATION HEREOF.
The parties have executed this Agreement as of the date first written above.