In light of this week’s Government advice regarding Coronavirus, lots of people are staying home and practising ‘social distancing’. This means that social media is busier than ever. It’s become a vital tool for people during isolation – for staying in touch with others, sharing updates or looking for information.
With government advice changing daily, many businesses are concerned about how the Coronavirus pandemic will affect them. At a time when misinformation, fear and panic are rife on social media, it’s more important than ever to keep communication with your audiences open and be that voice of reassurance.
This is the second in a series of short blogs where you get to find out a bit more about the South Coast Social team! Next up is Harry…
There’s no getting away from them, whatever social media networks you use, you’ll find an array of memes jumping out at you! And we LOVE a meme… (check out our Twitter!). You may not be as much of a meme super fan as us…. but what if they could be used to help your marketing… Read more »
If you’ve been following the latest news from the royal family social media channels, you’ll be aware that they are making a stand on cyberbullying and social media trolls, requesting that followers be more courteous, kind and respectful when using the social channels. In specific, the social channels being talked about are the Queen’s social… Read more »