We use social media to spread a corporate message designed to attract the attention of new potential customers and to build the trust and authority of your business and brand.
Social media marketing from Bluehoop helps feed the discovery of your business, your products and services amongst groups of people who might not be even aware of your existence. We can use social media to share content and information, building links which will in turn have a positive effect on your search engine optimisation strategy.
We’ve successfully developed and managed social media strategies for a wide range of companies including B2B and B2C. By developing and encouraging social media engagement between potential clients/customers and your business, we will increase the opportunity for you to impart valuable information to the right person at the right time. This leaves a positive impression and helps win future business.
Whilst Facebook and Twitter are seen as being at the top of many companies social media ‘to do’ lists, we look at developing a strategy that fits the unique needs of your business and is designed to match your target market. For many business to business companies this means adding regular content to LinkedIn. For other businesses and target groups, productive use of social media is more likely to call for a strategy that includes Pintrest or Google+.
We worked with leading office fit-out business Ultimate Office Solutions to develop a social media strategy that used both LinkedIn and Twitter to develop brand engagement and to seek-out new business opportunities.
Artisan food manufacturer, Really Indian were able to establish new business partnerships with specialist retailers as a result of their Twitter strategy – helping their business to grow.
Using twitter to promote your business Twitter is a free online ‘micro-blogging’ platform that enables you to send punchy messages (‘tweets’) to other Twitter users. Messages are limited to just 140 characters and can be read by anybody else on Twitter (depending on your settings), even if they are initially directed at members of yourRead more >
Getting into Google Places So, you’ve got a shiny new website that looks the business. All you need to do now is sit back and wait for the orders to roll in, right? Well no, not quite. You’ve got to give Google a compelling reason to return your website when someone searches for the phrases Read more ..... Read more >
Studies show that many manufacturing companies still prefer to use traditional marketing techniques such as networking, trade shows and advertising to connect with their clients. However many companies still having misgivings when it comes to social media, believing it has no value in the business to business marketplace. Traditional marketing definitely has its place andRead more >