Derby Book Festival Social Media Campaign Breaks All Records

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Derby Book Festival Social Media Campaign Breaks All Records

How do you get your festival seen more than a million times on social media, increasing ticket sales and website traffic? 

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How Social Media and PR Made Derby Enterprise Growth Fund the Most Successful RGF in the UK

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How Social Media and PR Made Derby Enterprise Growth Fund the Most Successful RGF in the UK

We collaborated on a social media and public relations campaign designed to let business people know about available grants and loans.

Our efforts were seen more than a million times during a two year campaign.

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Glazing industry show success thanks to social media

Posted by on Jun 1, 2017 in Case studies | 0 comments

Glazing industry show success thanks to social media

A social media campaign to encourage visitors to a stand at a national glazing exhibition has resulted in leads worth tens of thousands of pounds.

Using a combination of Twitter and LinkedIn, more than 200 delegates were personally invited to find out more about Gate Marketing’s services at the FiT Show at the NEC in Birmingham.

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How a School Attracted New Pupils Through Social Media

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How a School Attracted New Pupils Through Social Media

Social media in schools – headteachers and marketing managers know they need to use it. But how?

Derby High School had two main objectives: To use Facebook to attract more pupils, and LinkedIn to help their students find jobs.

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How to Make £30,000 per Year Using LinkedIn

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How to Make £30,000 per Year Using LinkedIn

LinkedIn is a fabulous tool for business development.

It can get you past gatekeepers to the decision makers. It can help you get found by potential customers on Google. It can increase your brand awareness so that people choose you when the time is right.

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How To Revive An Inactive Social Media Account

Posted by on Mar 3, 2017 in Blog, Case studies | 0 comments

How To Revive An Inactive Social Media Account

What’s white, shiny, and seen 153,442 times?

It’s the Derby Christmas Ice Rink of course!

Our task was to reignite the Derby Christmas Ice Rink Facebook and Twitter profiles following nine months of inactivity.

We beat the key performance indicators set by the client, Showplace, by 103% on Facebook and 29% on Twitter.

Reviving Inactive Social Media Accounts – How Did We Do It?  

Using Twitter, we found influential people and businesses in the Derby area and tweeted them about the arrival of the Christmas ice rink. We used emotive language and an enthusiastic tone of voice. This encouraged the recipients of the tweets to share them with their followers and click through to the ice rink website.

Derby Christmas Ice Rink - How to revive an Inactive Social Media account

Derby Christmas Ice Rink - How to revive an Inactive Social Media account

Derby Christmas Ice Rink - How to revive an Inactive Social Media account

Derby Christmas Ice Rink - How to revive an Inactive Social Media account

On Facebook we used the audience we built up during a previous campaign. We posted content we knew they would engage with and share with their friends. In this way, the audience effectively sold the ice rink for us on Facebook.

We created an immediate impact by tailoring the content for the most engaged audience: women aged 18 to 44. So within two months, 101,542 people saw our activity on Facebook. That’s an average of 887 people per post.

The Twitter target was for our tweets to be seen 40,000 times throughout the campaign. They were viewed 51,900 times in just over seven weeks.

Across both platforms, we saw 211 website clicks and 767 post engagements.

Plus, it gave me the chance to find entertaining ice skating videos for content!

 

Learn how we used social media to promote beer festivals or increase gym subscriptions.

And find out how we revived inactive social media accounts for the Format Photography Festival and the Derby Book Festival.

To talk to one of our expert social media consultants, call 01332 776910 or email hello@statussocial.co.uk.

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