Authentic connections with your customers

At Braden Social Media, we believe the strength of social media is through creating an authentic, engaging, and attentive social brand. It’s how we Swim Against the Stream™ and guide your brand to do the same.

76% of consumers say they’re more likely to buy from a brand they feel connected to over a competitor.*

*Sprout Social Survey

Listen to and engage with your customers

Your customers are on social media, ready to engage with your brand.

Let us help you join the conversation. With our social listening tools, we’re there for every comment, message and review, and responding as your brand.

71% of consumers would purchase a brand after a positive, connected social interaction.*

*Sprout Social Survey

The landscape has changed

Marketing is no longer a one-way channel. Social media has introduced conversational messaging, allowing users to engage with content and vice versa.

Our friend Ted Rubin created this video for a course Eric was teaching on the convergence of advertising and public relations through social media. Thanks again, Ted #RonR

A decade of social consulting experience

Agency principal Eric Zimmett has consulted on Facebook marketing since the start of social media. And he works exclusively with all of Braden Social Media’s clients, as your sole contact and consultant. We don’t pass work on to interns, freelancers, or even employees.

That’s the kind of top-level care and attention you get with Braden Social. And it’s what sets us apart from all other agencies.

“I just loved the personal and hands-on approach provided by Eric. When you team up with Eric, he will personally take care of you. He is very responsive, focused and goal oriented. No task was too challenging and he would be a tremendous asset to your business. It was truly an honor and privilege to work with Eric. ”

— Katrina Parrott, Founder @ iDiveriscons

In good company

Since 2008, Eric has consulted with clients from the East to the West Coast — from Pennsylvania, Texas, Florida, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, and California.