Having a hard time gaining a following? Do you even know who you should target? Our mission is to help individuals and brands increase and diversify their audience. We do all the hard work for you. We will continue to grow our Instagram account to help you achieve maximize your audience. Our services weren’t created to break you at the bank. They were created for one goal and one goal only, to help you expand.

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As of December 1, 2018, Beeureka has been in business! In a year, I have learned a lot, gained a lot of clients and have never felt so proud in my life entire life. You might not know this, but Beeureka was created in 2015, however, it was called FADEM Studios, which stood for Fashion, Art, Design, Expression, and Music. It obviously failed, but I knew that the idea was excellent! After I graduated from the University of Southern Mississippi in 2017, I knew immediately that I wanted to create a successful business, the keyword being successful. To figure out what direction I wanted to go, I started to look into some of the most popular online businesses; Amazon, Etsy, and WalMart. Of course, the first thing I looked at was their social media presence. Out of the three, two accounts shocked me after I created an analysis of what I have seen. Amazon and Etsy both had low Instagram followers than what I would have expected. For millions of people to shop on either service, Amazon and Etsy have a combined total of 3.4 million followers (1.8 million of those followers belong to Etsy). That might seem like a large enough number, but these two platforms are global marketplaces, their sellers keep them in business. If their sellers don’t make any money, neither does the platform. I couldn’t understand how Amazon and Etsy wouldn’t want to promote the products from their marketplace They have to rely on pages like @etsysellers and @handmadebuzz.

Knowing that these two pages were exactly what I wanted to create but with a wider niche, I had a discussion with my dad about it. Even though my dad served in the Air Force for 26 years, both sides of my family, including my mother a father were/are still entrepreneurs. He knew that I was focused and ready to move forward with my business, I told him the one thing I hated most about my own business, was the name. The Shop Small Business, didn’t sound “attractive,” being quick on is feet, he said you should call it Be Eureka. I loved the fact that the name was exactly what my business is about. Helping people, ideas, and brands extend their audience. After 12 months of working hard, I have established a client base, 12.9K followers, and creative business mind that comes with excellent ideas every single day. I hope you all enjoy my new site and services!



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