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Social Media. It’s why we founded Seven Degrees Communications.  It’s how we grew our business and how we met people who changed our lives.  It’s what we believe in.

We know that it can be a challenge to keep up with the changing work of social media and technology. That’s where we come in. We are constantly reading the latest and greatest digital marketing trends and thinking about how they can be leveraged to help our clients succeed.

Whether you need help understanding how to use the tools, need someone to guide you or need to completely outsource the process, we can help.  From basic questions like “what’s Twitter?” to more advanced needs like creating an integrated social media marketing plan, we want to be your resource.

Thinking about a social media plan or need social media training?  Reach out to us today.

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