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Definition of kaleidoscope
1. a group of butterflies (also known as a pod, hive or army)
2. a diverse collection (in this case, a diverse collection of talent)
You have to dress to impress, play by the rules, be authentic, know what to say and how to say it, stay timely and relevant, be quick to respond – and make sure everything is connected.
It really is more than a one-person job.
That’s where the kaleidoscope comes in. A kaleidoscope is a group of butterflies. It’s also a diverse collection of something. For us, it’s about the diverse set of skills it takes to create and execute winning social media strategies.
Who’s in a kaleidoscope? We’re so glad you asked.
A kaleidoscope is made up of a strategist, content creators and social butterflies. Every brand is surrounded by a talented team who delivers an exceptional experience.
“We’ve been nothing less than impressed with the Joybyte team at every turn. We couldn’t ask for a better partner.”
“You guys are killing it! We just got a generous $1,000 donation from your post this morning.”
"I was nervous about taking the leap and investing in a social media team but I'm so glad I did. The hard work Joybyte is doing is so exciting!”