We’ve all heard the saying, “time is money” and while my younger self never fully grasped this, I’ve recently begun to see the truth behind it. I’m a natural doer; I enjoy being busy and filling every bit of my day. However, as I progress in this journey called life, I’m learning that my most valuable possession is my time. And if outsourcing tasks that I’d normally accomplish without thinking twice, will now afford me the opportunity to show up differently, I’m all for it, even if it comes with a price tag!
The founders of Graphydo also understand that life is busy. And with over 6,34,000 businesses creating social media accounts every single month in the US alone, they’re tapping into marketing opportunities to connect and engage with their target audience. A considerable amount of time and effort goes into social media and content management which is why they’ve created an all-in-one social media agency toolkit – which includes 4,000+ editable templates and captions, 30,000 hashtags, proposals, outreach emails, contracts, and briefings at your fingertips. A one-time payment of $47.00 allows you to access these templates within Canva. Features include:
- Manage any type of business: Create stunning professional posts in less than 20 seconds for Coach, Health, Tourism, Finance, Real Estate, Gym, Dentist and 33+ categories
- Super customizable & easy to use: In just 3 simple steps It can ready any post. Choose one of ready-made templates, customize it with add/edit text, edit image, and/or add logo. Finally, download the ready post to PNG or JPG.
- No worries of paying monthly: During this launch special deal, they are giving all benefits at limited low one-time fee.
- No limits – use for yourself or clients: Manage your social media or provide professional services to any number of clients. There are absolutely no limits at all.
- Beginner-friendly: Created keeping both first timers’ and part-timers in mind
When I originally read the article, I understood it as a benefit for companies outsourcing their social media management (which is certainly part of it), but the more I researched, it appears as though the real benefit is for those looking for an alternative means of income. Admittedly, I struggle with this model. While I don’t believe every social media / content manager is a subject matter expert, I do believe there’s value in having baseline knowledge of the product/service offering. With canned posts, for example, how is the brand’s point of view coming across? Probably not authentically. While there’s something to be said for convenience, I think this model diminishes the importance of effectively engaging across social platforms ultimately sacrificing quality and prove challenging from an awareness, branding and conversion standpoint.
- Would you be a paying customer of Graphydo?
- What do you think of Graphydo’s toolkit? What are the limitations / challenges with its use?