Here at Sookio we’re always on the lookout for ways to share the tricks we’ve picked up from years working at the cutting edge of social media. Whether through sellout Masterclass events or training sessions, we love helping brands squeeze the best results out of the limited resources they have to develop an online presence.
So it’s always nice when the phone rings and it’s someone from an august publication like the Telegraph looking for our opinion on making social media work for businesses.
In this article from Rhodri Marsden, our very own Sue Keogh stresses the importance of character in your online activity along with tips for upping your visual impact and the kind of dialogue you want to create with your followers.
It’s not the first time we’ve been featured in national publications like this. Take a look at this piece from the Guardian's Best Practice Exchange where Sue again talks about an efficient and transparent approach to social media for growing brands.