What the hell is a Hashtag?!

Everyone knows what a hashtag is, right? Wrong!   The definition of a hashtag is… A word or phrase preceded by a hash sign (#), used on social media, websites and applications especially Twitter & Instagram, to identify messages on a specific subject. Lots of businesses are using hashtags in their social media content but[…]

Twitter Networking

Harness the Power of the Twitter Networking Hour

Twitter Networking Hour One of Twitter’s most powerful tools is the hashtag. From a simple hashtag many people have created Twitter chats. The chats can be about a certain topic or hobby but they can also be about a certain area of the country, and the area based ones are known as Twitter hours.  These[…]

Celebrating Coventry with #Covhourlive

Coventry business networking #Covhourlive Coventry, we salute you! 29th June 2017 – what an evening! We celebrated our amazing City and the people and businesses who are working to help to make it great.   If you’re a local Twitter user you may have heard of the online networking hour #covhour. Every Thursday evening since[…]

How to get the most out of your event hashtag

What is an event hashtag? We were extremely honoured to be asked to put together a social media plan for the team at Socially Shared for their Women In Business Conference.  The event was set to take place on Wednesday 8th March 2017 for International Women’s Day.   In the latter part of 2016, we[…]

5 Twitter changes

5 Twitter changes for 2016

One of the biggest challenges most businesses face is keeping up with the competition. In our work for our clients we spend much of our time on Social Media and these platforms develop and evolve quickly. We know it’s important to keep up with the latest changes and trends so that we can help our[…]


Twitter : How to use it in business

How one trip to the supermarket turned into a rant about Twitter. As I stood in the queue at my local supermarket with my 2 boys recently, I noticed a well-known charity canvassing for donations. I listened carefully to their spiel, whilst trying to avoid eye contact, as they badgered people finishing their shopping. “Can[…]