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We want more participants to establish more insights and provide the industry with more value. We’re asking for all businesses operating in the built environment to get involved in this year’s survey and be part of the change.
We commissioned research to unearth the key trends to help your public sector organisation optimise social media activity in 2022.
We’ve pulled together some stand-out Valentine’s Day campaigns to help you create inspired content this year.
When you’re adopting social media across a complex organisation, engagement is one of the key measures of success for your brand. So, what do we mean by engagement exactly? Simply put, engagement means the interaction between your brand and audience. When you...
Christmas brings with it plenty of opportunity to have a bit of fun on your social channels, with the obligatory Christmas jumper day post and votes for your favourite festive treat, but at SoCrowd we have been seeing a much more interesting trend emerge over the past couple of years.
Organisations want to emerge from a crisis with their reputation at least intact. In some cases, there is a chance to appear to be the hero of the moment, but putting yourself into the role brings its own risks.
Local governments are on the frontline of helping the public take the environment seriously – social media gets you involved in the conversation.
Don’t let the festive fun derail your social media content by planning ahead with all these hashtag event days! Helping spread the joy we have #GingerbreadHouseDay, #AnswerTheTelephoneLikeBuddyTheElfDay and #CandyCaneDay. For those not feeling so merry, #WorldSoilDay,...
How universities are supporting students mental health with social media as hybrid studying continues so no student feels left behind. With worries around covid, on top of the pressure of navigating a new city and academic workload, more than half of students are reporting an impact on their mental health.