What We Do

We Implement 3 Strategic Steps to Help You Reach Your Goals​

Audit and Analysis

A social media audit is the process of taking an in-depth look into your current social media channels – this will showcase how you are currently representing your brand and what you are presenting to the online world.

With this information we can take a closer look at the data through analytics. The information is incredibly important as it quickly identifies whether your brand is working correctly and as you have intended. It also allows you to benchmark your performance against your industry and competitors.

Content Strategy

With the details provided from your audit, we will have identified what is working and what is not; where your audience currently lies and who is and isn’t responding to your brand.

REC-Social will meet with you in person, during our consultation we will discuss, explore and answer specially designed questions. The data collected from this will help form a strong understanding of the brand and image you want to project and your intended goals.

Together we will create a plan as to who, where, when and how to target your ideal audience. Once we have this information we will set up relevant social channels that you may not already have or take on the role of admin for your current social channels.

We will create and use absolutely high-quality content that we know your audience responds to.

Growth and Management

This is key to success for your business to thrive online. REC-Social will grow and manage these accounts every day; ensuring only relevant information is shared. This daily commitment will guarantee your company will have a strong employer brand, will be engaging with your target audience, resulting in increased sales and profitability.


We will engage specifically with the audience that you want to reach. We will do this every day to grow your brand online

Job seekers rank social and professional networks as the most useful job search resource compared to job boards, job ads, employee referrals, recruiting agencies, and recruiting events

(CareerArc, 2017)

79% of job seekers use social media in their job search.

(SHRM 2016)

When deciding on where to apply for a job, 84% of job seekers say reputation of a company as an employer is important.

(Glassdoor, Harris Poll, April 2017)