Getting Noticed

Social Media.

Creating a presence on social networks offers an unrivalled opportunity to build your brand, attract new clients, increase sales and drive website traffic.

Whichever social media platform best suits your business, consistency is key. Followers expect new content pretty regularly and of course it should be interesting. If it’s a well constructed visual, brilliant. If it moves a bit, even better.

We produce social media elements for a range of clients – and we’re driven to get them as much attention as possible.

spelling it out.

The Lost Book Project asked us to create a series of teaser trailers to promote their online Spell Writing courses. These were used on social media to generate interest and anticipation ahead of the launch.

Engage. Enjoy.

Even when there’s nothing much exciting going on, no big projects to report, it’s always worth reminding people that you’re still around. It pays to keep your social media active and relevant. Much of our own Instagram feed isn’t about selling it’s about engaging. That’s where social media is vital to your marketing mix.

The departure from Number 10 of Honey Monster cosplayer Boris Johnson gave us a chance to raise a smile amongst our followers. So we created this daft little animation in double quick time – and the results were impressive.

It soon proved to be our most talked about social media post. (Which was a bit disappointing because our video of Donald Trump singing with the Muppets took ages.)

Whether its something quirky or, better still, teasing a new project – we keep our socials as interesting as possible.

the warrior monk.

We were delighted to be involved with a celebration event in honour of martial arts legend, Warrior Monk Sue KIng.

Ahead of the documentary we produced for the event – telling her inspirational story of determination against adversity – this advert was used across social media.

Banners & Headers.

It’s important to keep a clear brand across your social media platforms. We really wish Twitter, Facebook, YouTube et al would agree on a standard header size but, until they do, we’re on hand to produce the same artwork in a dozen different sizes. Which isn’t irritating.

timely reminders.

Reinvigorating your brand can create a renewed interest in your product.

We didn’t make any major changes to our clients logo here, we pepped it up a little to keep it fresh and animated it to make it more visual. Utilising social media to remind people you exist reassures existing customers and should attract new ones.

For social media that gets noticed, give us a call.