At The Social Stage, we provide full-service social media consulting, from strategy development to copy writing to execution and analysis. The Social Stage also provides reputation management services, including monitoring review sites like Yelp. We provide setup and management of paid ads on social media platforms, including Facebook, Twitter and Yelp. We help companies advance to the social stage of business through an active presence on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest, Instagram and other social networks.
Lauren Mikov is the founder and owner of The Social Stage. In addition to being a passionate social media manager, Lauren is also a singer, actor, runner, CrossFitter and ski instructor. She sings with The Dickens Carolers and with oldies rock band The Waybacks, performs in local community theater productions, works out at King CrossFit, runs the Disneyland Half Marathon every year, and teaches skiing with Mohan Skiing & Boarding at Snoqualmie Pass.
What People Are Saying
If you’re in the need for a social media manager or consultant, I recommend Lauren’s services without reservation.
Lauren provides a very personable service that’s professional, creative and full of value. She’s very active in her business also very reachable moments of need. I have and will continue to recommend her and her services to any business associates.
Lauren is a pro. She does her homework and does a fantastic job of understanding a client organization’s goals, voice and audience before engaging. Lauren has been very effective at sharing news about the community and seeding conversations.
Lauren is my professional of choice to navigate the ever changing social medial environment. She brings a passion and personal interest in her services and I recommend her highly.
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