Here at Consortium we are already getting in the festive spirit and we don’t need much of an excuse to start the mince pies. So as an early Christmas present we are offering a free no obligation consultancy session with Lara, read more.
As we mentioned in our last issue we have expanded our team to provide even more specialist consultants for our clients. This month we would like to introduce Rosie Harris our Graphic Designer.
And for the learning bit we have created a simple twitter content creation infographic to help you get the right balance of content to make twitter work for you. Don’t have the time for social media? We can manage you social media strategy on your behalf for as little as £140 per month*
As always please do get in touch if you fancy an informal chat over coffee (& a mince pie) about what we can do to boost your marketing 01903 530787 or email email@example.com
*up to 2 profiles
Lara speaking at Brighton Chamber of Commerce Creative Hub. Lara was asked to present to fellow creatives on how to develop a social media strategy for their business. It was a lively discussion with an engaged audience. Feedback following the event has been great with most people taking away new knowledge to put into practice.If you would like to book Lara to speak at your company event or to provide training please call on 01903 530787 or email usPhotos by Katariina Jarvinen www.lighttrick.co.uk
Rosie is a very experienced graphic designer with over 20 years experience, most of which was gained in London working on large bluechip companies. With her knowledge and experience, Rosie delivers eye-catching and memorable creative solutions, whilst remaining commercially aware, ensuring your company and brand personality stands out from the crowd.
Our Quick Guide to Creating Twitter Content. The modern marketing mantra is ‘Content is King’ and when it comes to Twitter it has got to be punchy. Not only have you got just 140 characters to get your message across the average lifespan of a tweet is 15 minutes or less. But how do you ensure you get the right mix of content to keep your audience engaged? We have created a simple infographic to show you how