Here's the scenario:
I have a number of old-school SEO clients who have never (up until recently, at least) given a second thought to adding social media to their digital marketing arsenal. However, they now want me to set up and manage their Twitter, Facebook, Google + and Linkedin accounts (and in some cases, Pinterest as well). they don't know - nor do they want to know - how to set up these types of accounts. However, they are more than willing to pay me to do it all for them.
There are probably a hundred ways of doing this incorrectly, and that's why I am seeking advice from those of you who have actually done this i.e. set up and managed social media accounts for their own clients.
Here's how I was thinking I could do it - but if there is a better way, please share it with me
I simply establish a unique Google account for each client and then create dedicated gmail accounts so that I can set up their Twitter, Facebook, Google + and Linkedin accounts. I then nominate "myself" as a "User" and give myself admin rights to each of these accounts. That would enable me to manage these accounts, but still enable each client to log in (should they ever desire to do so)...and in the event that we parted ways, they (or I) could simply remove "me" from the "user" status.
If this is indeed the best way to go about it, is there a social media management platform (e.g. Hootsuite?) that you can recommend that would help me manage these multiple accounts as seamlessly as possible?
Thanking you in advance,