Our top 5 favourite social media publishing apps

We have previously posted about our top 9 favourite social media apps that we believe will step up anyone’s social media game, but what about publishing apps? If you want to be efficient in your social media strategy then using a publishing app is the only way to go. Here are our top 5 picks:hootsuite- legendary social media vancouver

Hootsuite is one of the most popular social media publishing tools (with over 15 million users) and for good reason. They offer a complete solution for all of your social media management needs. Hootsuite is compatible with over 35 social media networks, including Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, Instagram and Pinterest.

Our favourite aspect of Hootsuite is their bulk uploader and unlimited scheduled messages – by uploading a CSV file (with your pre-planned content), you could literally plan your content for the next year and beyond!

One of Hootsuite’s other most compelling aspects is its analytics abilities, though you need an upgraded plan to access these. The tool helps you and your team understand social results by producing more than 200 metrics to measure performance. Once you’ve generated reports, you can easily export them to Excel, Powerpoint, PDF and CSV files to be distributed amongst your team/or company. 

Hootsuite also has a limited free plan that includes 3 social media profiles, 1 user and a limit of 30 scheduled messages. 

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Later is a scheduling app for Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. We personally love – and use – Later because they have an awesome visual posting calendar and it’s easy to use. You simply upload photos to your media library and then just drag and drop them to the time you want to post, allowing you to create a visually pleasing feed quickly. 

Another nifty aspect of Later is it allows you to schedule your first comment on Instagram, so if you want to use hashtags (a great way to reach a wider audience) but wish to keep your caption neat and tidy, then scheduling the first comment is the solution for you. 

What really sets Later apart from other publishing apps is their “free forever” plan, that would sustain the social media needs for some small businesses: 

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Similar to Hootsuite, Sprout Social combines several media tools into one platform, including social media scheduling, monitoring and reporting. Sprout Social is one of the few publishing tools that has a CRM (customer relationship management) feature. Sprout’s CRM allows companies to better serve their customers by analyzing previous interactions.  

Sprout Social is most commonly praised for its reporting features: beautiful reports ready to be downloaded and shared with clients without editing (a big time-saver for a social media manager). 

Their integrations include Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, Reddit, LinkedIn, Youtube, Tripadvisor and Google.  Making it a very impressive centralizing publishing tool. 

One drawback of Sprout Social, however, is the price:

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Tailwind is focused on visual content for social media – specifically for Pinterest and Instagram. For Pinterest, you can use this app to schedule posts, find trends through their insights, monitor your brand, launch contests and promotions as well as gaining access to analytics and reporting. 

Included in Tailwind’s software is a smart scheduler that will help you decide when is best to post your updates in order to maximize engagement. 

For Instagram, Tailwind has a nifty feature called ‘hashtag helpers’, which will assist in finding, using and analyzing the best hashtags to help improve your reach and engagement. 

Tailwind is ideal for bloggers/influencers who produce content that includes a visual element and needs to link back to a website, which is perfect on Pinterest. Pinterest has 322 million active users per month, so the potential reach is massive and not a platform to be forgotten about!

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Buffer is an intuitive and streamlined social media publishing platform that allows users to optimize their posting schedule to ensure the best engagement with audiences. It supports Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram and pro users can use the platform to publish to Pinterest. Free users have the option to connect up to 3 social accounts, including Facebook Pages and Groups. 

As the name suggests, Buffer allows users to build up a selection of relevant posts you want to share, which you can then schedule to go out at the most suitable time for your audience and provide the analytics to show the success of your posts.  

Our favourite feature within the Buffer platform is the ‘Buffer reply’ which allows you to take the following actions:

  • Reply
  • Like
  • Follow
  • Archive 

This feature also allows you to tag a conversation, allowing you to follow up later and assign the conversation to another team member who might be able to answer queries better than yourself! 

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Final thoughts

If you haven’t yet dabbled with any of these publishing apps for your social media, then we would recommend checking out as many free trials as possible and see which apps work best for you and your existing workflow. 

If you need help with your social media management, our team can help! 

Client Feature: Sahara Touring

We feel so lucky to have a roster of awesome and diverse clients. This year, Sahara Touring joined our lineup of social media clients and we’re so grateful to have them on board. 

Sahara Touring offers a unique travel experience to its customers by offering a more personalized experience on Moroccan tours. Sahara Touring believes that in order for their customers to truly experience each destination to its fullest, they should be taken to less-travelled locations and paired with local tour guides who are passionate about Morocco and everything it has to offer. They have curated their tours into 4 main categories which include the following:

  • Camping
  • Trekking
  • 4×4 tours
  • Day trips

You can check out what they have to offer more in-depth here.

Our team at Legendary has been providing the following services to Sahara Touring: 

One challenging aspect of our work for Sahara Touring is that their image sources vary, so as part of our service, we ensure that the images used for their social media channels are consistent and edited in a cohesive way. Check out their feed! 

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We’re currently in the initial phases of running paid campaigns for Sahara Touring, using social media ads. Once international travel becomes accessible, we’ll support Sahara Touring’s business growth goals with ads that help deliver leads for potential customers.

Are you looking for help with your social media strategy and content creation? Look no further! Legendary and our team of experts can help

How to optimize your Instagram Business profile

Your social media channels act as a digital storefront for your business. Instagram has 500 million daily users, so the potential for high volume digital traffic is huge. This means that your Instagram Business profile needs to make a lasting impression in order to stand out against your competitors. 

You only have a few seconds to capture the attention of Instagram users, so here are our top tips for gaining the attention of your target audience. 

1. Create an Instagram Business profile 

Make sure you set up an Instagram Business profile that allows you to gain insight and understanding of your followers in order to grow your business on Instagram. 

2. Write a badass bio

Your bio is going to be one of the first things viewers see when they land on your Instagram profile, so it deserves your time and consideration when writing it. 

Your bio will also likely influence what actions the viewer takes once they’ve landed on your Instagram Business profile, so make it snappy! 

Your Instagram bio should include:

  • Explanation of your business/products or services offered 
  • Establish your brand tone
  • Appeal to your target audience by defining your mission and what solutions you have to offer them
  • Share retail/restaurant location 

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Check out how we have optimized some of our clients’ Instagram Business profiles below, using the suggestions above. 

3.Create a searchable Instagram handle

It’s important that your Instagram handle/username makes sense, is searchable and the name of your actual business. If the username you want is taken, try adding your area code to the end. Our client Disco Cheetah added YVR to the end of their handle which is synonymous with Vancouver. 

4. Optimize your profile picture 

When it comes to optimizing your profile picture, it’s essential that it’s instantly recognizable for users when they visit your Instagram page. For most businesses, this means using one of the following options:

  • Logo
  • Logomark (the logo without text)
  • Mascot (this would be applicable if you have an iconic mascot)
  • Headshot

Whatever you decide to use, just make sure it’s on-brand with your business and be consistent across all your social media channels.  

5. Add a CTA or link to your profile 

Instagram wants its users to stay within the platform, therefore they have limited how many URLs you can use in your profile to just one. 

If you have over 10,000 followers, you can use links in your Stories and drive traffic from there, but of course, this doesn’t work for smaller accounts. 

We recommend using Linktree which will lead users to a page with several URL options. Check out how two of our clients have used Linktree to suggest link destinations to users. 

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Final thoughts

Just remember, an optimized Instagram account is an active one. So remember to build your Instagram community, by following and engaging with other users. As a business, you should make sure you answer questions, DMs and reply to comments regularly. As well as creating consistent, high-quality content. Here at Legendary, we can help with content creating and social media strategy. Get in touch for a personalized quote

5 tips for better food & beverage photography

We hope you’ve been enjoying reading our photography and styling blogs as much as we’ve enjoyed writing them! 

Today, our top tips are for food and beverage photography. We have a few restaurants and food truck clients, including Waves Coffee House and Disco Cheetah Korean Grill, that we create content for, so we’ll share some tips as well as demonstrate how we’ve applied it to our work. 

Equipment 

Use a tripod (preferably with an extension arm)! Tripods are great for so many reasons – a few benefits are: 

  • They steady your camera and eliminate blurry images
  • They save you from back pain (holding your camera and bending over for 8+ hours will result in some unfortunate aches and pains)
  • Extension arms allow you to capture awesome flat lays from above
  • They allow you to move more freely between your camera and subject (for when you have to make those tiny styling adjustments)

Another piece of equipment our photographer Kat always has on hand is her reflector – it’s compact and lightweight so she never leaves for a shoot without it. A reflector is a great tool to redirect light, fix shadows or even block out unwanted light. 

Backdrops

The backdrops you choose for your food photography are so important! They set the tone of the overall image. We recommend using textured backgrounds to add depth and interest. 

For one of our favourite clients, Disco Cheetah, their branding is very fun and colourful, so our backdrops always reflect this.

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Composition

Don’t be afraid of negative space! It makes for a more interesting composition and draws the viewer into the main focus of the image. In the context of marketing, negative space allows room for graphics. Very important for commercial purposes!

Experiment with different height levels within your image. For example, if you’re shooting sweet treats, then consider using cake stands. Creating layers with height will add depth and interest to your images.

Incorporate actions into your food and beverage photography. For example, cutting a cake or pouring milk into a coffee will bring the image to life. To make a shot look less staged, feature people or hands.

Consider how the final image will be used. If it’s for Instagram, then it’s likely going to be cropped into a square. So make sure you leave room for cropping and avoid zooming in on the subject too tight. 

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Props

The food is the hero! So keep it simple with props when it comes to food photography – there’s no need to go overboard with added elements and pull focus away from the food. The props should also compliment the food or drink within the image and make sense to the context of the image. 

For example, below is an image we shot for Disco Cheetah. Note that the props used in this image are the small dishes for extra garnishes, dips and sauces, as well as the cloth napkins and the menu. 

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Of course, cloth napkins are not available to use at Disco Cheetah’s restaurant or food truck, but cloth napkins are an easy way to elevate this style of food photography!

Depth of Field 

By using a lower aperture setting, you can focus on one specific item. This is a great way of drawing the viewer’s attention to the main subject while making the background appear softer. If you’re photographing a table setting, then you’ll need a higher aperture to ensure more of the frame is sharp and in focus. 

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Conclusion

Photography is an art form, so there are no hard and fast rules. We encourage you to experiment and see what works. These are just some of the tips and tricks we have collected along the way. 

Want to know more about what we create at Legendary Social Media? Check out our creative services

Client Feature: The Mamatrainer App

Back in January, we first introduced you to our amazing client, Claire Gray, creator of The Mamatrainer App. Since then, The Mamatrainer App worked tirelessly to launch the app to serve women who sought a better way to exercise from home during the global pandemic, and in April, officially became available from the App Store. 

Not only has the official launch of the app been met with awesome reviews from users, but it was also featured in the top 10 of Vogue’s ‘22 Mother’s Day Gifts for Expecting Mothers’.

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Check out some of the AWESOME reviews the app has been receiving since April: 

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What we create for The Mamatrainer App

ONE: WEBSITE DEVELOPMENT  

Our team created a beautifully styled website for The Mamatrainer App to feature the app’s incredible coverage in international media outlines, and provide a clear call to action to download the app.

The website includes a FAQ toggle element and several strategically placed newsletter subscribe forms to capture leads

TWO: SOCIAL MEDIA MANAGEMENT 

Our team writes informational and engagement-focused captions for The Mamatrainer’s social media posts. Women love talking about their kids and their pregnancy symptoms, so our core strategy has been to focus on letting people follow along with Claire’s pregnancy journey and share their own experiences. 

THREE: PHOTOGRAPHY 

Our social media photographer takes lifestyle and fitness type shots for The Mamatrainer App, for use on social media, the website, advertising and media coverage. 

FOUR: ONLINE ADVERTISING

We run a multi-phase advertising strategy for the Mamatrainer App. Among the campaigns we’ve created for our client is an intensive downloadable PDF which is released to new subscribers via a Leads campaign to collect email addresses. At under $1 per email, we’re stoked about the results!

We also run a series of App Download campaigns on a series of platforms, including social media, Google Play and the App Store. 

 

Q&A: What should you do with your social media marketing if your business is closed during the COVID pandemic?

When coronavirus called for businesses to close their doors mid-March, we heard from clients and non-clients alike asking question about their social media marketing:

  • What do I do now?
  • Should I post on social media if I’m still closed?
  • What do I talk about with my customers?

For clients of Legendary Social Media who were negatively affected by the pandemic, we provided free posts to help frustrated and confused business owners communicate effectively with their customers via social media.

Now that we’re deeper into the pandemic and businesses are starting to open again, these questions remain relevant. Businesses are pivoting toward online sales, curbside pickup, delivery options and private shopping.

So to answer the questions above, and help you develop a stronger social media presence than ever, here’s what you need to know, from our team of social media experts.

Q: “My business is closed due to COVID-19. Do I still need to post on social media?”

A: Yes. But why? During this time, more than ever, it’s important to connect with customers on an emotional level. This deeper sense of connection turns casual customers into a tribe who believe in what you do, and what you stand for. 

And here’s a fun fact: Time spent using apps (including Instagram and Facebook) has increased by 15%, according to research by App Annie Intelligence.

People are turning to social media to connect with others, since in-person interactions are at a low. In short, social media is more important than ever.

Q: “What should I post on social media during COVID-19?”

A: It’s time to make people smile, and dive deeper into the philosophies, values and ethos behind your brand. Make people think. Post something fun. Educate your fans. Give them a behind the scenes look into who you are as individuals behind a brand. This makes people feel more connected to who you are, in addition to what you sell.

Just as important is keeping customers in the loop about your business.

Trust us, your customers are wondering if you’re open, when, and how you’re providing your products/services.

You should post:

  • Whether you’re open
  • Days/times that you’re open
  • How people can contact you
  • How people can buy from you
  • Any changes coming soon, so people know what to expect
  • How you’re accommodating people’s needs during this time

Q: ”Where should I post my updates?”

A: In short, anywhere and everywhere. 

  • Put a popup and/or banner on your website. 
  • Update your Google Business Listing
  • Update your Instagram Bio
  • Update your Facebook Page
  • Update your Yelp and Tripadvisor listings

Q: “What messaging can I use to connect with customers better during COVID-19?”

A: Sincerity and authenticity should be behind everything you post on the best of days, and that’s even more true now.

Here’s how.

Post content that is sensitive to others

Express your understanding of how your customers are impacted by COVID-19

Share personal stories of how you/your team are impacted, if appropriate

Keep posts positive

Offer ways to help your customers

Post content that informs your customers

Frequently post information about your opening times/days, as well as delivery and pickup options

Share behind the scenes information

Take this time to let your customers see the processes and behind your brand

Post content that is sincere

Show your compassion for your customers

Humanize your business

Show how your business is connected to the greater community

Be thoughtful and kind in everything you post.

Final thought: Embrace the pivot 

In Vancouver, it’s been so inspiring to see how local businesses have pivoted to online and social platforms so that they can still serve their customers in some capacity. 

Adapting to the needs of a society dealing with COVID19 is essential to any business right now. You have to be innovative and ask yourself ‘how can I serve my community right now?’

We’ve witnessed clothing retailers pivot to create face masks, coffee shops and cafes selling grocery items, restaurants offering takeout services and fitness studios teaching their classes online.  

As a brand or business, you need to be intentional with your marketing

When all else fails, you can still have a business (in most cases, we appreciate there are exceptions with some services) if you have a website and social media channels. 

Coronavirus has taught us how essential social media is to your marketing. The importance of staying present and communicating with your followers is crucial to keeping your business relevant and running in the current climate. 

Some expert tips on generating revenue with social media

Instagram

If your business sells physical products, consider setting up your Shoppable Instagram account, by tagging your images to make them shoppable. 

You can do this by using the Facebook shop or catalog. Here’s a quick tutorial on how to set this feature up.

Facebook

Go live with Facebook and humanize your brand by taking the time to speak to your followers. Answer questions and give updates on your business. Keep your followers and customers in the loop! 

Facebook Live recently just announced they’ll soon be adding the option for people to charge users to gain access to their live Facebook streams. 

This update was created to support small businesses and artists alike who can no longer host live events, performances, classes and conferences etc. This update will give businesses the opportunity to sell tickets and create a revenue stream during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Large events and gatherings will likely be postponed until 2021, so this will be a game changer. 

Are you still working from home? Check out our blog on how to still be productive whilst WFH!

Want more views on your YouTube videos? Here’s how:

Want more views on your YouTube videos? Here’s how: 

So you’ve got your YouTube channel up and running and you are ready to start posting videos in your unique way, and become a viral star. 

2 billion people watch videos on YouTube every month. So, a huge potential reach! 

But how do you tap into that audience on such a competitive social media platform? Here are six pro tips: 

 

Follow these six simple steps to get more eyes on your YouTube videos: 

One. Establishing an audience and zeroing in on them: 

Who is your audience? What do they like? Remember that nifty social media style guide you wrote a while ago? It’s a good time to revisit that. It’s also a good idea to have a plan with clear goals and a solid content strategy that will speak directly into the eyes and ears of your audience. 

The content you create needs to be specifically targeted to what your audience loves to watch, so do your research to see what your fans are into, and what they don’t like.

A good example is this video by Jackie Alia, a famous YouTuber and makeup artist. Her video about how to tie and wear headwraps and turbans is talking specifically to hijab-wearing women and has zeroed in on a specific niche of women: 

 

 

Be like Jackie Alia. 

 

Two. Improve your videos’ YouTube SEO and get up in the search ranks 

YouTube is a really great platform for posting and sharing videos, but it is also an optimized search engine that doesn’t look at the content of your video. Instead, it ranks your videos based on how you optimize the tags, category, description, and keywords for each video you post.

Researching and creating a list of your industry’s keywords or using Google Keyword Finder can be super helpful. 

Compile a list of your nice’s most used keywords and insert those words in your metadata (video titles, description text, subtitles, tags). 

Creating more content in line with those keywords is another sure way to release content that jives with your people! 

Three. Be unique with your content 

Although we are ALL inspired by someone or something, directly replicating your favourite YouTuber isn’t going to get you your own unique fanbase. 

Did your favourite YouTuber make a video about how they clean their house? Then maybe your video is about how to clean your house with all-natural products, or how to buff the taps in your washrooms to get them extra shiny. 

The content you are creating, although done before, should be specific and unique to you and your brand. Use your voice to create something different! 

Four. Customize your thumbnails 

We are visual creatures. Youtube video thumbnails are designed to make viewers stop and want to watch your vids. When users are scrolling through YouTube your thumbnail should be interesting and entice your viewers to click play! 

Try using a clear and close up portrait of your face or adding text to your thumbnail, adding a filter to your videos to keep your look specific and on brand or making it uniquely visually appealing. Remember, you want to be the one who stands out in your niche! 

 

Five. Keep your videos streaming by creating playlists 

The goal here is to keep people watching your content. To keep people on your channel in YouTube, create a playlist of your videos that will continue to play after the last has ended and reduce the risk of them darting off to another page. 

 

Six. Be social and build relationships! 

Increase the likelihood of someone re-visiting your channel by engaging with your fans! Chances are you will begin building relationships with your fans, which will make them want to watch more videos overall. Build authentic, genuine and sustainable relations with viewers by: 

  • replying to comments 
  • including other people’s content in your videos
  • running contests 
  • making reaction videos to comments or other videos 

 

Building your following takes time but getting started is always the first step to a more successful, more watched, and more liked YouTube channel. 

 

Does Google delete reviews?

Does Google delete reviews?

Recently we’ve been asked this question by one of our clients, who was told that Google deleted reviews that came from anyone who got to your review page via a direct link you provided them. This is not true!

However, they do have a tendency to delete some reviews and its algorithm will flag them as spam (even if they’re not). Here’s what Google deletes, why, and what to do if you’ve spotted your Google reviews gone MIA. 

Here are eight reasons why Google would flag and delete your reviews: 

one. If the reviewer is a manager of your Google My Business

This one might seem obvious but if a review is left by a page manager, google doesn’t think it’s been left by a legitimate customer, flags it as a conflict, and deletes it. 

two. If more than one review share the same IP address 

Google algorithms will pick up on a repeated IP address. When different reviews are coming from one address Google marks it as fishy and inauthentic.

three. If the review was written from your physical location 

Google has your business IP address linked to your account so any reviews coming from the IP address linked to your business page are not going to fly. 

four. Too many reviews at once 

If you’re thinking of sending a mass email to your entire client list to remind them to leave a review, hold off. Google triggers go off when too many reviews are left in a short period of time. So be sure to space out those requests. 

five. Is the review from a land far, far away? 

If your business is located in Vancouver, it doesn’t make much sense that reviews are coming in from Brazil. 

Six. Did someone leave a phone number?

Why? Phone numbers in reviews are unnecessary and trigger spam alerts in the google algorithm.

Seven. If there is a link in the review 

Ask your clients to re-send reviews if there are links or URLs in the review or google might detect spam. 

Eight. Do all of your reviews look and sound the same?

It’s nice to ask your clients to politely leave a review but if you are scripting them into a review or making too many suggestions, spam alerts go off.  If your reviews look and sound the same they may get binned. 

 

What can you do if Google’s deleted your reviews? 

Unfortunately, you can’t do much except go out and get more legitimate reviews. There is no system in place that will bring back deleted reviews so as soon as Google deems a review as spam, it is gone, never to be seen again. 

Don’t sweat it! Obtaining new clients and providing them with a 5-star worthy experience is a more achievable (and boos-like) goal and the reason you started biz in the first place! So we think getting more legitimate reviews should be your new objective. 

Also after that 5-star experience, don’t go without asking a new client to leave you a Google review! It’s the face and reputation of your business online and if they are happy with your service, it’s a great way for them to recommend you to other people. 

The more solid reviews people read from strangers the more they are inclined to trust you. Not to mention that all this reviewing is adding keywords to your business, which is increasing your ranking in Google searches and algorithms. Win-win. 

Want to get to the 1st page of Google search results? Here’s how.

How to use Pinterest Trends to power up your marketing

Using Pinterest in your digital marketing strategy? Well, then you know that keywords = king. 

Pinterest just released Pinterest Trends: a search tool that will be insanely valuable to marketers and brands everywhere. 

This new tool allows users to search for the most popular keywords within specific industries and see how well those keywords have performed over the course of 12 months. Only available for trial in the US right now, hopefully, Canadians can get our hands on this impressive tool very soon! 

How does the new Pinterest Trends tool work?

Here’s what you need to know:

  • Looks up the most popular search terms within the last 12 months. 
  • Supercharges all brand campaigns: campaign curators will now be able to attach those keywords to pins and campaigns and drive content into the streams, making the possibility of it blowing up closer than ever
  • When uploading a pin the option to search for keywords and add them to your pins is on a search bar on the right side of the uploader screen

A brand dominating the keyword game and using it for ad leverage is Tastemade. They used Pinterest analytics and noticed that the word WATERMELON was being used loads of times over the summer, created a dedicated watermelon pinboard and BAM ended up with a viral watermelon campaign board. 

Trending graphs that Pinterest has released alongside the trend reports and keyword search that make for a visually stimulating and insightful research project: 

Using this new tool is going to drive market research on Pinterest and allow for more targeted, more curated campaigning also giving marketers and brands the opportunity to stay on top of trends in their industries. Although the tool is only available in the US (for now) you can check out Pinterest’s comments on everything trending for 2020 here

Want to know if you should be marketing on Pinterest? Read our go-to guide.

Client Feature: Pollock Clinics

A client for nearly 2 years, Pollock Clinics is the leading vasectomy and circumcision provider in BC, and has recently expanded its line of top-tier services to include men’s sexual health treatments. 

We are proud to provide Pollock Clinics with social management on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. 

Instagram

There is a lot to learn about men’s sexual health and new research is coming out daily! Between symptoms and personal case studies we’ve curated The Pollock Clinics Instagram to be informative but approachable (just like them!). This includes valuable information about men and family health and wellness alongside family-focused, inviting imagery. 

Facebook

The Pollock Clinics Facebook is also curated to be educational and informative. Dr. Pollock and his team are thought leaders in the industry and we want all of Vancouver to know! Making sure clients are well informed is important to Dr. Pollock, so they can rest assured that they are in trusted hands. We’ve researched, written, published and read just about every men’s health, family and relationship-related and share relevant articles, ensuring that all clients are well prepared and kept up to date with all the insider news they need. 

 

Why Pollock Clinics is leading this industry

Dr. Pollock in his team are renowned in their industry and changing medicine with innovative new technologies. Their clinic invented two very seamless, quick and painless methods of vasectomy and circumcision. Pollock Clinics’ no-scalpel vasectomy heals much faster than the traditional method, is less invasive and requires no stitches. Using the Shang Ring method, their circumcision procedures are available for both adults and infants and can be performed in less than an hour for adults and less than 60 seconds for infants.  With a focus on giving men back the sex life they deserve, Dr. Pollock and his team now offer a handful of services to improve the sexual lives of patients with erectile dysfunction, testosterone deficiency and much more.

They are truly thought leaders in their industry and committed to improving the quality of life for families in Vancouver and abroad! 

Dr. Pollock and his partner Dr. Chang have both done educational work in countries like Haiti, Turkey, China, and Rwanda, lecturing on their cutting edge technology and speaking about the importance of family planning. 

Their reliable service, warm and friendly environments and 24/7 aftercare access have made Pollock Clinics the leading provider for men’s medical treatments in Vancouver and New Westminster with little no wait times and appointments available within a couple of days.

Pollock Clinics aims to ensure a personalized and private experience and have become the leading provider for circumcision for adult men. Every procedure is done in-house at one of their two locations where the staff ensures every client is welcomed and taken care of in a warm, friendly, knowledge-rich environment. 

 

Read about our other clients who we are thrilled to work with, here: 

Waves Coffee
The Facial Room
The Mamma Trainer