Social Envy Review

UPDATE: Social Envy’s website is closed, they are no longer accepting new clients :/

Social Envy

That’s it. That’s the title.

And honestly, this platform needs no introduction. Kind of like a David Letterman guest.

Before you begin asking questions, let me get this out of the way: Social Envy is revolutionary. Their main specialty is organic growth.

Yes, I know, this is much like the way the other platforms advertise themselves.

But this one is different.

They hire humans instead of robots.

After discovering this I don’t know why anyone would choose to use anything else.

I mean, to simplify, you hired a team of marketing specialists. Each of which helps you manage your account.

And since they’re real, breathing, living people they’ll meet Instagram’s rulebook requirements.

Yeah, you know all those rules Instagram imposes.

(Women, now would be the time to raise our hands.)

It’s also safer and ethical since your Instagram account won’t be at risk of deactivation. Which could be a real pain when you’re trying to build a business.

Imagine one day you wake up and your account has vanished? Yeah, I’d spit out my coffee too.

Now, this part of Social Envy is the real kicker. And it highlights an important issue that comes up with Instagram bots.

They avoid looking spammy.

I wish there was another word I could use. Spam only reminds me of that meat in a can.

But I digress.

Since they use real people to boost your account, you won’t get an onslaught of random comments.

I know you’ve seen those comments. Those weird ones with an overzealous amount of emojis.

I see them in my nightmares.

Those comments can definitely throw a potential follower off. The engagement seems less connected. And I always find myself unfollowing influencers that buy comments.

It’s disingenuous.

But the comments are also just so very weird.

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Social Envy’s main features

First, you’re linked with someone who becomes assigned to your account. What this means is you have a specific marketing strategist.

Dope, right?

I mean, you’re partnered with someone whose only task is taking care of your account. So all you have to do is take photos, run campaigns, and lay back and relax.

I mean, until you have to get working again. This is a hardworking gig.

After you’ve found your patronus, they’ll ask for hashtag info and any target niches. This is to help them be as specific as possible when running your account.

The last main feature Social Envy provides is a weekly report. So they’re on top of it while you can sip on a cappuccino.

While still working, of course. That espresso coffee isn’t going to build your brand. But Social Envy will.

The coffee also won’t pay for itself. But Social Envy will help.

Bonus Features!!

I love bonus features. Like a two for one sale. Or the extra scenes at the end of a Marvel movie.

To add a little more to their already popular program, Social Envy gives you the following:

  1. Your patronus will ask for all the usernames of the influencers/shops you follow. They will also ask for the accounts of those you compete against.

That way, they can target their audiences and sway them toward you.

  1. Of course, they also ask for a specific location demographic. This will broaden your business from being within a local setting to international.
  2. If wanted, your patronus will also ask if you want to target a specific gender. Then your business will go right to who you want it to go to.

Now that’s all said and done –

I’m about to destroy your hopes and dreams.

So, I know Social Envy sounds fantastic – but they are no longer accepting clients.

*sad face emoji*

What that means is you can’t buy it.

I know, I’m a heartbreaker. I’ve got a reputation.

But there is a light at the end of the tunnel.

I couldn’t just leave you like that, could I?

In the essence of reviving Social Envy – I’ve found another platform to repair the hole in your heart.

Stellation Media

To summarize, it’s pretty much the same thing as Social Envy with a few differences.

Stellation Media works with over 500 brands and influencers. A pretty hefty number if you ask me.

Like Social Envy, they also use real people to help accounts grow. They also have a customer service support that actually answers emails.

(This is the way they advertised it on their F.A.Q. page. But I mean, who doesn’t like customer support help within a timely manner?)

So, after the initial set-up, they enter a few target accounts.

Like Social Envy.

They are in touch throughout the entire onboarding process.

Like Social Envy.

They engage with real users. No spam or fake accounts that disappear after a few weeks.

Like Social Envy.

They send a monthly growth report. I mean it’s not weekly like Social Envy, but it’s close to Social Envy.

Have I healed your heart yet?

Now, is it worth it?

I mean, the information speaks for itself. Social Envy and Stellation Media have crafted the Instagram Bot form to perfection.

Instead of using an automated system, the employees work with you one on one.

Isn’t that better than doing everything yourself?

On top of that, you don’t have to worry about your account shutting down. This is also a top issue when users choose Instagram bots.

Social Envy and Stellation Media are cultivating the market by helping new influencers. They don’t take shortcuts.

I mean, they have a 5/5 star rating. You really can’t beat the facts. Amiright?

So, Social Envy and Stellation Media are both a new innovative way to help grow your online presence.

Well, maybe not Social Envy. Since, you know. They stopped taking clients.

Sorry, one last blow.

Anyway.

The point of the matter is this: if you want to succeed, don’t take the easy way out. These platforms are for the people to enjoy it.

Stellation Media and Social Envy (I say the second one as a whisper) are the absolute best option. How can you disagree?

Jason
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