Social Media with Purpose by True Social Media Specialists

Posted by on Apr 24, 2017 in Social Media | 0 comments

Social Media with Purpose by True Social Media Specialists

Does your social media generate genuine business? Does it improve your customer experience? Does it raise awareness of your brand or help you recruit new talent?

Find out why Status Social can be trusted with your social media needs.

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What Can We Learn from the Glazing Company That Made £200,000 Through Social Media?

Posted by on Apr 24, 2017 in Blog | 0 comments

What Can We Learn from the Glazing Company That Made £200,000 Through Social Media?

Did you hear about the glazing company that generated £200,000 worth of sales through social media?

Or the glazing conference that attracted a massive audience thanks largely to personalised invitations through Twitter?

Very few businesses in the window, door, conservatory and glazing industry use social media and GET RESULTS. And by results, we mean sales generated by social media, or enquiries that have been sparked by a conversation on social media, rather than a sales message. If you use social media like it’s supposed to be used – socially – amazing things may soon start to happen.

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Social media executive vacancy at Status Social in Derby

Posted by on Apr 18, 2017 in Status Social jobs | 0 comments

Social media executive vacancy at Status Social in Derby

Derbyshire’s Creative Business of the Year winner Status Social is looking to employ a social media executive.

Based at our headquarters in Derby’s historic Cathedral Quarter, you will be at the hub of activity at one of the UK’s most established and most experienced social media agencies.

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A Controversial LinkedIn Post Demonstrates Why Your Business Needs a Social Media Policy

Posted by on Apr 13, 2017 in Blog | 0 comments

A Controversial LinkedIn Post Demonstrates Why Your Business Needs a Social Media Policy

Social media can be a fantastic tool for companies, but it can also present a risk.

The bad publicity associated with a post by an ill-informed or wayward employee can have a hugely negative impact on your company’s brand. But all of this can be avoided with two things: A social media policy and social media training.

Samantha Cotter is a senior associate at Derby law firm Knights. In this post, she’ll explore the ways businesses can protect themselves against their employees’ inappropriate behaviour online.

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