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Spread Your Message, Not Panic

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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.

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Why businesses should consider Social Media Training

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Are you posting on social media but getting no results? Perhaps you don’t even know where to start? Whether you’ve already set up accounts or you’re yet to start, it’s vital that your business has a social media presence in 2020.

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Get creative with your social media content…

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Social media posts don’t have to be complicated, but they do need to engage your audience. The days of the 80:20 social media marketing rule might be over, but it’s still not a good idea to churn out the same message over and over again if no-one is interacting with it. It’s time to get… Read more »

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New Year, New Social Media Strategy?

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Whatever the size of your business, January is the best time to take a good look at your social media channels. By looking back at insights from 2019 and figuring out where you want your accounts to be performing better, you can then create a new social media strategy for this year.