Start using video for your social media channels today.

Video has become an increasingly important part of the social media landscape over the past year and this trend continues to grow. In an effort to gain more brand awareness around compounding services and your pharmacy, Storey Marketing is now offering branded monthly videos in conjunction with our social media program. This new subscription gives you a monthly branded video about various compounding topics and is shared on your social media platforms if you utilize Storey Marketing’s Social Media Posting Program.

Current Posting Program Subscribers only pay $49 per month and we post each video directly to your pharmacy’s social media profiles.
Social Media Video Only Subscribers pay $75 per month and receive the video file to post to any social media accounts.

Sign up today for 6 monthly videos and only pay for 5 - get one video FREE!

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Examples (No Audio)*





Other topics are available, ask for our current list.

Here are some video statistics:

According to data from Facebook

  • Since 2015, the number of video posts per person has increased 75 percent globally and 94 percent in the U.S.
  • The amount of video from people and brands in Facebook’s News Feed has increased 3.6 times year-over-year.
  • More than 50 percent of people in the U.S. who visit Facebook watch at least one video every day.

Storey Marketing Social Media Posting Program Prices

Basic Premier Premium
Monthly Fee $99 $150 $200
Social Media Platforms Included Facebook only Facebook, Twitter OR Facebook, Google+ Facebook, Twitter, and Google+
Number of Posts/Month Up to 20 posts Up to 20 posts formatted for each platform Up to 20 posts formatted for each platform
Custom Posts Created by Storey Marketing (upon request) $25 minimum $25 minimum $25 minimum
Optional Monthly Analytics Reports Fee $20 $30 $50

* We intentionally do not include audio on our videos. Facebook began autoplaying videos with sound in summer 2017 on certain devices, and consumers don’t like it. Here is an article that explains the issue: https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2017/jul/19/facebook-users-complain-autoplaying-videos-sound-how-to-turn-it-off “Facebook’s long-dreaded update that switches on sound for autoplaying videos by default is starting to roll out causing users to lash out on social media.”