What is Social Selling and How Will It Work for My Business?

Posted by on Jul 30, 2020 in Blog | 0 comments

What is Social Selling and How Will It Work for My Business?

Social selling – what is it and how does it work? Is it really worth doing?

Status Social has been mastering the art of social selling for nearly a decade. We’d describe Social Selling as “selling without selling”.

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Seven Tips to Creating the Perfect Social Media Presentation

Posted by on Jul 19, 2020 in Blog | 0 comments

Seven Tips to Creating the Perfect Social Media Presentation

Need or want to create a video talk for social media that achieves your objectives?

It’s so easy to create something that looks amateur – or even embarrassing.

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A Journey of Self-Development

Posted by on Jul 6, 2020 in Blog | 0 comments

A Journey of Self-Development

I have always been well aware of the benefit of placements and the springboard that they can provide when kick-starting your career. Participating in a placement shows a genuine commitment and interest in industry, writes Isabella Hargraves Cronshaw.

When I initially applied for the placement at Status Social, I knew just what a great company it was and that their work was highly successful and commended in the social media marketing community, but I have learned so much more than just Twitter schedules and Facebook Ads.

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Are you bringing value to your audience on social media?

Posted by on Jun 26, 2020 in Blog | 0 comments

Are you bringing value to your audience on social media?

From live broadcasting on LinkedIn to cutting out the nonsense on Twitter. From curated guides on Instagram to quicker interactions with your fans on Facebook.

The social media giants have been busy producing new ways you can bring value to your audience. 

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How Mindful Social Media Use Can Help Your Mental Health.

Posted by on Jun 16, 2020 in Blog | 0 comments

How Mindful Social Media Use Can Help Your Mental Health.

Connection and community have been two themes that have come to matter so much whilst we’ve been in relative isolation.

As individuals and as businesses, connection is going to be even more important and powerful than ever as we emerge into a world that looks very different to the one we left in March, writes guest blogger Alice Smith.

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How We Took a Marriage Course from 4 to 119 Couples with Facebook

Posted by on Jun 5, 2020 in Blog | 0 comments

How We Took a Marriage Course from 4 to 119 Couples with Facebook

The last time St Werburgh’s Church in Derby did their Marriage Course – before the advent of COVID-19 – it attracted four couples.

But recognising the power of digital media and people’s desire to be involved in courses online, they thought they’d try something different.

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How Often Should You Post on LinkedIn?

Posted by on Jun 1, 2020 in Blog | 0 comments

How Often Should You Post on LinkedIn?

“You post on LinkedIn a lot!”

Two people have told me that in the last week but do you know… it’s not true, writes Status Social director Mark Saxby.



I actually post about three times a week. But when I do, I take the time to construct a post which will work well with the LinkedIn newsfeed algorithm. (more…)

How to Get Your Posts Seen On LinkedIn and More…

Posted by on May 21, 2020 in Blog | 0 comments

How to Get Your Posts Seen On LinkedIn and More…

Support for small businesses, changes to LinkedIn’s algorithm, and a simple new button on Facebook that’ll save you time.

In our latest monthly update, we’ll cover all that is new on social media and how it will affect you.

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Post Like You’re in The Pub

Posted by on May 20, 2020 in Blog | 2 comments

Post Like You’re in The Pub

Ah, pubs… remember them?

The comforting, reassuring throng of cheery folk, the banter, the discussions, the opinions… the humans…. writes guest blogger, Richard Pettinger.

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The end of Status Social?

Posted by on May 13, 2020 in Blog, Status Social News | 3 comments

The end of Status Social?

Could nine years of Status Social be about to go down the drain?

Two weeks into lockdown and things were looking serious, writes director and co-founder Mark Saxby.

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