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Social Genie FAQs

You may utilize all of the social media posting features without a BV website as long as you have at least one active account on Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn.

If you want to take advantage of the blogging feature, you do need to have a BV website.

If you'd like to schedule a time to speak with a member of our team about all the great benefits of a Brighter Vision website, you can do that here.

Social Genie can be purchased for only $30/month.

Access to Social Genie is also included with the Brighter Vision Grow Plan. This plan includes all of the same services as our standard plan, plus access to automated blogging and social media posting, among a few other things.

There is no limit to the number of social media posts you can schedule each month through Social Genie.

You will be limited to 2 blog posts per month but additional posts can be purchased for $5/post.

Absolutely! Any of the social media posts can be edited directly within the Social Genie platform.

Blog posts can be edited to your personal preferences once they’ve been published to your website’s blog. For help with this, please visit this help page: Editing an Social Genie Blog Post

Social media posts can be scheduled to post to your Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn pages through Social Genie.

You can also choose to have any scheduled blog posts share to your Facebook and/or Twitter pages automatically when they’re published to your blog.

Of course! We're here to help you every step of the way. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us through our Support Widget by clicking on the blue question mark in the lower right corner of your Social Genie dashboard.

Additional Questions?

Still wondering about something we didn’t answer here?

Email our Support Team at support@brightervision.com. We’re happy to answer any lingering questions or concerns you may have!

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Updated on April 23, 2020

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