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Social media can be a powerful tool for business. As audiences spend more and more time on social networks, you could be missing out on potential business by not being there. We think the best people to manage your social media are the people in your business. But we appreciate that not everyone has the know-how, time or resource to keep it in house – so we’ve got a number of social media services to get you set up.
Want to meet specific business objectives, or reach a certain market or geo location? We can create campaigns that include highly targeted advertising to help boost the reach and effectiveness of your content.
Creating regular, engaging social media content is key to helping you reach a wider audience. Your potential customers want to read about the things that interest them. Starting conversations is great – being “me, me, me” isn’t.
Dale Edwards, Chief Executive, Somerset Chamber of Commerce
Kevin Bond, Managing Director, Somerlap
Charles Tweed, Marketing Director, Visive
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