There is no getting away from it as social media is now part of the business landscape and can also play a large part of your PR and marketing programme, whatever size of business you may be.  However, it is important to understand that not all the social media channels work for every business.
Call us old fashioned but we believe that however important social media is to businesses today it should still only play a part of your PR and marketing activities and should not be solely relied upon.
Did you know that 3 out of 10 people use social media to choose a product or service and that your social media presence gives trustworthiness to your business?  So as with all your communication activities it is important to understand and plan what you are saying, how are you saying it and who you are saying it to?
So why not let us help you?
We can help you create your social media identity and support you with ideas for posts and raising awareness to your social media account.  Plus we can also help you manage your accounts, taking away the concern about coming up with the right things to post or finding time to manage your social media accounts.
Why not let us help you to manage your social media. We are continually keeping up-to-date on all latest social media developments. We know how to make social media marketing work for you.
To find out more about how we can help you with your social media and ensuring it becomes part of your PR plan not just your PR plan please do give us a call to arrange an initial free consultation.

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