Based on how many clients and how many posts you want queued/client, these will determine the tier of RiteForge and RiteBoost that you need. We suggest starting small, since you can upgrade to a higher tier on-the-fly. Our system will give you a prorated price on upgrades based on what you've already paid. In most cases, the RiteKit Package is the best for getting high tiers of all four products, and at a 45% savings. Should you need a higher posts-in-queues limit, please chat to us through the site chat.

Use the quick setup video first, add clients' social profiles and make their advertisements (to embed on top of URLs you share in social and elsewhere) later:



Also see: Comparing Buffer Premium + Snip.ly Business with the RiteKit Package

Generally, you will find that marketing and PR agencies offer 3 packages. They are usually different based on the number of social profiles X the number of posts/day or week that the agency creates and schedules to be published to the client’s social profiles.

You can do better, and the RiteKit Package (+ one custom domain) is built for doing so. Below, you will examples of the advertisements that people will see when they click on the URLs in social posts you will schedule for clients. For your lowest tier, give just 2 posts/day X five days/week X three to four social profiles (and no Instagram or Pinterest; just Twitter, Facebook page and LinkedIn). For higher tiers, more posts/day X more social profiles.

However, the unique and huge benefit that you can provide beyond sending out social posts is that each post will contain a URL that will soft-sell for your client, and based on what the client pays you, it will either partially sell your social media marketing service while it sells for them or, if they pay for a higher tier, will completely sell for the client.

The image below shows a Rite.ly advertisement that I made for a social media marketing client prospect - just to show them what will appear to those who click on the URLs in the social posts I would make and schedule for them:



On the other hand, when we use RiteKit to make social posts that sell for us, we use our own ads. In this Tweet, click the Rite.ly link - rite.ly/wlrY and see how anyone who clicks it sees me, in the video, selling RiteKit:



Note that for low tiers of your service, the advertisement button could lead to the client’s offer, while the lower-right logo could be your logo and lead to your marketing agency’s site. You can even use your own domain, so the links don’t even say Rite.ly, recommended for agencies.

What people see who click that URL - rite.ly/wlrY :



Ready to get set up? First, connect your social accounts and your clients' socials

Click RiteKit at the top-left of any of the RiteKit sites (RiteForge, RiteBoost, RiteTag, Rite.ly) to begin adding Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest Boards, LinkedIn profiles, pages, and Facebook Pages.



Open another browser tab and log out of Twitter in the new tab, then log in with the Twitter account you wish to add. For Facebook Pages, you'll need to be logged in as the person and go through the steps to add Pages.
Back in your RiteKit tab, hit the + beside the respective social network to add the new account. The same applies to other social profiles/etc.
Remember to always login to RiteKit with the same login account: Twitter, Facebook or email. (You can make additional Twitter or Facebook login accounts if you wish to share your RiteKit Package with your team.)

Integrate content sources you rely on

Visit Integrations if you will be importing content to use from Buffer, Pocket, Evernote, OneNote, Google Sheets, etc.

Keep clients' followers connected with the client's brand (or just plain sell) when followers click URLs in posts

Use the rite.ly shortener as the default domain or replace it with your custom domain, and get your choice of Link Ads added to URLs you share.

It could be to get blog visitors...



Or, to market your software...



For any client for which a Link Ad on links is not desired, use bit.ly for your shortener (Integrations).
If you will be using Rite.ly Free or Pro, to add a call-to-action to pages you share socially, click Link Ads in the top menu and set up one or more Link Ads.
Be sure to replace the Rite.ly branding with each of your clients' logos.
For clients who do not want a Link Ad displayed on URLs shared in their posts, but do want to track those who have had contact with their content, use the invisible Link Ad option. Rite.ly boasts the most tracking options in the industry:



Template your visuals with your branding and clients' branding

Check your Image/GIF Templates in RiteKit. The RiteKit style is an example. Create an Image/GIF Template per client, always with their logo.

Check the default rules for Enhance: images, auto-hashtagging, replace text, append (it all makes sense when you see it)

Set up your global Image/GIF Templates. You can easily modify your global Enhance rules, but it will save time if you set your default Enhance rules first.





Automatically import content and create perfectly optimized posts and entire social presences for your business and of each of your clients' businesses

Click Enhance at the top of our site, then open Bulk Creator, lower-left.

Click +New Formula to start building your first RiteBoost Formula. Each Formula starts with a content Source (choose from 14 content sources, each with options for constraining or filtering content) and lets you modify your global Enhance rules for each Formula. Remember to add social profiles to schedule to, select Repeat (and frequency, etc.) if the Source is evergreen, and save.



In ON mode, everything from a Formula gets your Enhance rules applied and then is added to the queue(s) of the social profile(s) designated in the Formula.
Start with OFF and Reload whenever you visit your RiteBoost Dashboard. You can then select posts, Enhance, and click in any posts that need customization. Click on words/hashtags for buttons that help with hashtags, images, GIFs, influencers to tag or click the down arrow to modify a single-use Enhance.





Everything above gets you started. Here are a couple things to do when you have time

Visit RiteKit and click the calendar to the right of each social profile. set the timezone and add scheduling times as needed.

Check out all the visual refinements possible for Rite.ly Link Ads, even including the icon to the left of the Link Ad button (see the Design tab, once you click the pencil button to edit a Link Ad from your Rite.ly dashboard).
Rite.ly offers many tracking options for Facebook ads, Adwords, etc., and even takes Google Tag Manager IDs (see the Tracking tab in a Link Ad that you're editing). They're each unique to the Link Ad so you can be tracking affiliate marketing data or building a Facebook tracking pixel for a future Facebook ads custom audience, or do tens of other things.

At RiteKit, we save everything. (Even your sanity.)

Connected social profiles and all settings for Image/GIF Templates, Enhance, Integrations, Scheduling preferences and RiteBoost Formulas are saved for as long as you keep your RiteKit product subscriptions active.

Use our knowledge base from any RiteKit page you're on. There are over 100 tutorials on the using RiteKit product features and using the products together.
The RiteKit Youtube Tutorials Playlist is zero-fluff, all education.
Still stuck? Send screenshots, OS, and login name to support@ritekit.com for real human help from a real RiteKit human staff member.
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