So, you’ve just logged into your social media platform of choice, and you’re waiting for that front page to load up and tell you how many thumbs up, hearts, likes etc. etc. your content has got from your current group of raving fans. As much as we shouldn’t, we all care a little about vanity metrics, and want our audience to appreciate the value we’re giving them in our social media content.
It’s one of the biggest buzz phrases right now in business, especially for those people in the B to C marketing. To have your product being used by the likes of Zoella, KSI, Jake Paul, Casey Neistat and many many others can give your brand the positive uplift it may well need, BUT, it doesn’t come cheap. So how can you be sure you’re using the right influencers for your brand?
So, today June 14th, the biggest football tournament in the world kicks off in Russia. We’ll all spend the next few weeks thinking this could be the year England finally go further than the last 16 and then get super cheesed off when they don’t.
This is, without doubt, the line you’ve been hearing for the last few months from every single social media marketer about, and honestly, I’m not going to sugar coat it for you, yes you should be doing them. So…..let’s talk blogs. (more…)
is an event held every year by the Newbury Round Table. They’re a group of local men who raise a huge amount of money for local worthwhile charities. This year the event date was set for May 4th which helped them set the events fancy dress code too. “MAY THE FORCE BE WITH” meant teams where asked to dress in a sic fi fashion if possible.
19 teams of all ages lined up at the Dundas Arms in Kintbury, to take on the Kennet & Avon canal and locks to race down to Victoria Park in Newbury.
The sunshine made an appearance and the park was packed for most of the day.
We where proud to be asked to help film the event again and spent the day running around the local area capturing footage of the teams and everyone having fun.
“It’s always great fun to be part of such a brilliant event” said Simon Scholes of Perception Studios. “When a group like the Round Table ask you to be involved, you know you’re helping raise money for some exceptionally worthwhile charities in the local community”
Take a look at the final video here:
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