Social media is everywhere and used by many. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram - just to name a few
It's vital to be found on social media to help increase your visibility and connect with your audience. But not all platforms are equal.
Each social network has it's own advantages and drawbacks. We'll help you decide which ones are the best suited for your business and goals.
The very first thing we will do with any client, is a full social media audit. We'll check out what's working and what isn't, and how it all fits in with your marketing strategy.
We'll discuss your goals and objectives and ensure they're meaningful and well suited for your marketing strategy. We'll set out a plan and start working towards the same goals as you.
Once we know what we're working towards we'll help define your strategy - what networks should you be using? What tone of voice should you use? This is where we tackle the important details.
You'll be introduced to your account manager - the person who will be overseeing all the work put towards your social profiles. This person will help answer any questions you have and keep you updated.
We'll keep you informed on the progress through monthly reports, presented in an easy-to-understand format, and aligned with your goals and objectives. If you have any questions, we're always at hand to help.
As with all our work, we promise we won't use any jargon unless we explain it clearly. We're here to handle all the tricky stuff, and we won't pass these on to you - that includes jargon.
As of February 2020, Twitter boasted 152 million monetizable daily active users (an increase of 21% from the year before). Behind Facebook as the 6th most visited website in the world, Twitter certainly has it's place in many organisations marketing strategy.
Owned by Facebook, Instagram has over 1 billion active users and sits comfortably behind Twitter as the 7th most visited website in the world. With 92% of users stating they follow a brand, that's a big audience to potentially tap into. But ensuring you're targeting the right segment of that audience, is the important part.
Owned by Microsoft, LinkedIn has 722 million members in 200 countries and regions, With over 29 million in the UK alone. It's a great way to promote B2B content and news, as well as reaching out to both employees and potential recruits.