Changes for Red Fez Social Media

Well if you’ve been wondering where I’d gotten to lately I can finally let you all in on what’s been happening. Red Fez has been in negotiation with a large client who has agreed to retain us on a permanent basis as their primary Project Management and Digital Social Media source. This is excellent news as the client is a very high profile business not only locally but internationally as well. Over the last couple of months I have been ironing out the details and it all came together last Friday with the signing of the contracts.

While this is great news for Red Fez it means some changes around the office. I will no longer have time to take on complex projects or ongoing social media marketing clients for some time as my focus will be 100% on the new project. That means if you ask for a quote for help with your project I can offer consultation via phone or email, but for anything more complex than a Custom Facebook Page I will have to refer you on to one of my colleagues. Don’t worry though, the guys at Oracle Digital are the best around and have often been my competition 🙂

I hope you understand and feel the excitement for me and the team as we move into an Enterprise level project and what that means for the future of Red Fez. I will continue to add articles to the site and the mailing list so feel free to sign up if you haven’t already. I will also continue to create videos to show you how to get the most out of your social media campaigns, as well as tutorials on easy steps you can take yourself to grow your business online.

That’s all for now, wish me luck and I look forward to hearing from you in the comments on the next article 🙂


  • kirkoconnor

    best of luck David, people with “REAL” knowledge in Internet marketing are few and far between in this town and you are one of them. 

    BTW keep posting the conspiracy theory stuff so I can keep laughing at Clint…

  • hahaha… yeah I will definitely keep posting conspiracy stuff on facebook!  Clint loves it but I think I wind him up a bit too much 🙂

    Thanks for the compliments and good wishes too, should be a bright horizon for the next 12 months 🙂