As part of the first ever Social Media Week Bristol, OggaDoon launches a new social media package designed for businesses to get the most out of their social. With social media now becoming a business norm for engagement and awareness, some brands still struggle with the concept and practical application of the channels whilst others simply don’t have the time to use them properly.
With over 96% of FTSE 100 companies on Twitter, over 88% of businesses on social, and one million new active mobile social users added each day, social media is now an essential tool to reach audiences and challenge competitors.
Social media increases reach, provides insight and carries the brand across borders and through demographics. Managed well, and as an engagement tool rather than a one way sales avenue, social delivers time and again; revenues increase or cause related campaigns gather strength. For some, social can even become more important than a website – more efficient as well – with the rise in mobile connectivity through messaging apps and social referrals.
OggaDoon’s social package is designed to take the stress out of social for businesses. The team takes time to get to know the business, creating content that cuts through, managing the appropriate channels, and setting and monitoring KPIs to ensure high standards.
Caroline Macdonald, OggaDoon, commented:
“I’m so excited to be launching our new social media package as Bristol’s inaugural Social Media Week begins. The power of social media has helped so many of our clients reach their goals, whether that’s crowdfunding, launching a startup, or selling out an event.
“Businesses face the challenge of cutting through the noise of social media as well as keeping up to date with the ever changing social landscape. As a guerrilla PR team, we live and breathe social, and can turn this expertise to helping businesses take the stress out of social, whether they need to fine-tune their social media strategy, in-house training to upskill staff, or day-to-day community management.”
As a vibrant creative and digital hub, it’s no surprise that Bristol is the first city in the UK outside London to host SMW. It is also one of the first to launch SMWi, which is a new initiative to allow cities to develop events tailored to the needs of their community.
OggaDoon has brought its stress-free social to help an increasing number of brands reach their business goals. The guerrilla PR team worked with TEDxBristol to sell out, trend in Bristol and even chart 7th in the UK Twitter trends with a reach of over 8 million through the campaign. Social media also played a pivotal role in launching a new food events business in Bristol, Club Foozie.
Founder, Thom Whitchurch said:
“As a food brand, Foozie trades heavily on social media. As part of a wider PR and media strategy, OggaDoon delivered exciting social campaigning ensuring that Club Foozie was the talked about launch.”
During Bristol’s Social Media Week, OggaDoon is offering a free consultation to help business realise the power of social media and a complimentary social schedule to demonstrate that they know how to flex their social muscles. Businesses can find out how to sign up on the OggaDoon website.