Mimic Social

The World's First Social Media Marketing Simulation

Help Your Students Become Social Media Marketing Masters with a $50,000 Simulated Ad Budget


What is Mimic Social – Beta?

After listening to valuable feedback from social media marketing instructors and experts, Mimic Social is preparing for its biggest update ever! 

What is New in Mimic Social – Beta?

  • Post optimization using ad objectives for paid social posts 
  • Students practice social listening and interact with customers 
  • Advanced social analytics and metrics reporting 
  • Fresh interface and interactions 

How Do I Access Mimic Social – Beta?

The current Mimic Social Simulation will still be available. Instructors will have the choice to use both or either simulation in class until June 25, 2022. If you currently use Mimic Social, talk to your Customer Success Manager about using the beta version for FREE in class!


Write Targeted Social Media Ads
Students gain experience writing ad copy to increase engagement and drive conversions. They test different promotional strategies to create compelling ads for various social media platforms. 

Perform Demographic Targeting
Students practice targeting various demographics through social media content creation and promotion.

Utilize Promotional Strategies
Students learn and use different strategies for earned, owned, and paid social media marketing. They analyze various forms of media and direct promotional strategies to maximize reach. 

Measure Key Performance Indicators
Students learn how to measure KPIs and track social media marketing success. They make data-driven decisions to continually improve efforts. 

Manage Budgets
Students learn how to manage thousands of simulated ad dollars and adjust spending to drive engagement and conversions on multiple social media platforms.

Schedule Content
Students practice scheduling social media content. They determine the most effective times to share content in order to maximize engagement and performance. 


“Mimic Social gives my students 2 years of work experience in the course of a semester.”