Social Media Marketing worth £4599 - For Free!

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Small and medium sized businesses could gain themselves £4599 of Social Media Marketing from a top Internet Marketing agency for free by entering a simple competition that needs no skill and has no entry fee.

Social Media Marketing Agency are stepping into Autumn with the launch of a competition offering a prize worth a fantastic £4599. On offer is a full 6 months managed Social Media campaign focusing on Blogging, Twitter and Facebook.

Says owner Nikki Pilkington: “Summer is over, we're all feeling a little down in the mouth, so we thought we'd jump into Autumn with a great offer to get people talking,”

She continues; “People have been hearing about Social Media Marketing for the last year or so, but not everyone knows how to put it into practice, or has the time, so we thought we'd offer a managed package as a competition prize to give one lucky business owner the chance to experience Social Media Marketing and the impact it can have on a business.”

With over 15 years experience of Internet Marketing, and being one of the forerunners of Social Media Marketing in the UK, Nikki and her team are well placed to ensure that the lucky competition winner will get the best from their prize.

Having over 20 blogging clients and managing 50+ Twitter and Facebook accounts, as well as being the author of 299 Steps to Website Heaven and 299 Steps to Blogging Heaven, Nikki is relishing the challenge of taking on a client who may not have realised the importance of Social Media before winning the competition.

“I hope” she says, “that whoever wins the competition allows us full control to show them exactly what Social Media can do for their business.”

Companies interested in entering the competition may be intrigued to note that no fee is involved and no skill is needed; the only criteria is to become a 'fan' of or 'like' the Facebook page and post a message on the 'Wall'.

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