Social Media Services
Stop wasting money shouting into the void – get social savvy with Liberty.
Regardless of the data scandals, social media remains a mighty trust signal.
Siloed businesses will waste money shouting into the void. It’s time to get social savvy and join the engaged communities that exist on social media.
We believe a business’ social presence is more than being visible online because people don’t connect with third-parties. Social media is full of conversations, and we’ll help you start them, going beyond simple images and updates and into the realms of truly shareable content.
Great content is not shouting in peoples’ faces, with a proven track record of social success, we know just what it takes to get your brand on people’s newsfeed.
We’ll amplify your campaign in all the right places, to:
- Get more people talking about and sharing your content
- Share a common goal, and provide a stronger return on investment
- Establish the business as a caring and trusted entity
Avant-garde social media services for the non-complacent
Then we’ll work with you to produce content marketing services which reflects your brand, and conveys the expertise, authority and trust you need to win over search engines and users.
Liberty set up and managed departmental social media accounts for our Broadcast and Media division. At short notice we needed to run a major social media campaign through them before a major industry event; we were impressed with Liberty’s swift but thorough approach to campaign and wider social management. Since then, they have grown these Facebook, Twitter & LinkedIn accounts exponentially in terms of following, and have established social media as an important and consistent source of traffic to our website. Janet Goddard Head of Marketing, Rohde & Schwarz Broadcast and Media
The social media marketing team
Our in-house design and copywriting team work closely with paid media specialists, to get you the best ROI, but mostly to enjoy pictures of their dogs.
- Stephanie Lamerton
- Kristina Salmane
- Philip Woodward
- Emma Hull
- Emily Benwell
- Ben Newman
- Crispin Boden-Tebbutt
Senior Digital Content Executive
Which celebrity do you most closely resemble? I don’t know. Maybe Zoey Deschanel as we both have full fringes and glasses?
Tell us an interesting fact about yourself I share my surname with a village near Tavistock in Devon.
What's been the proudest moment of your life so far? I passed my driving test and was offered a job on the same day.
What’s your death row meal? Pizza or dim sum!
Outreach & Social Media Specialist
Which celebrity do you most closely resemble? Hmm… I heard that I look like Jennifer Lawrence on a couple of occasions.
Tell us an interesting fact about yourself I’m a chronic multitasker. Trying to juggle between work, self-development, running, yoga and dance.
Digital Content Manager
Which celebrity do you most closely resemble? I’d say either James Van Der Beek or Denzel Washington.
What’s been the proudest moment of your little life so far? Winning Woodville Baptist FC’s Goal Of The Season 2014/15. It was a lovely lofted volley from the edge of the box with the outside of my boot. But I don’t want to talk about it.
What’s your death row meal? Have you heard of STURF? It consists of foodstuffs sourced exclusively from animals that live on both land and water – surf 'and' turf. So, a starter of roast ottertail soup followed by spatchcocked watervole – and washed down with a pint of platypiss.
Digital PR Executive
Which celebrity do you most closely resemble? I just asked a few people this and the most common answer was Britney Spears, but I am really hoping they mean super-hot Britney and not 2007 Britney.
Tell us an interesting fact about yourself. I am one-quarter Dutch, and my personal goal is to visit 30 countries by the age of 30. Six years to go, and six countries to complete. Easy mate.
What’s been the proudest moment of your life so far? Taking my dog for a Halloween photo shoot dressed as a pumpkin and watching him absolutely slay the doggy-shoot when the other dogs refused to co-operate. Proud dog mum moment.
What’s your death row meal? Waistline isn’t important when I am about to die, so to start, I would have some sort of saucy garlic prawn with a load of chunky white bread to mop it all up. As for my main, steak is too cliché so let’s go with an Indian; popadoms and chutneys, chicken tikka masala and rice/chips with a garlic naan. I don’t really do desserts much so I would just have another main, and that would be a cottage pie with sweet potato fries. Obv a couple of Pornstar Martinis to wash it down too, just to take the edge off.
Which celebrity do you most closely resemble? I’ve been told Ellie Goulding! But probably a bit of Sarah Jessica Parker too (maybe).
Tell us an interesting fact about yourself: I’m related to Abraham Lincoln, which also makes me loosely related to Tom Hanks.
What’s been the proudest moment of your little life so far? Packing my bags and moving cross-country for (what was at the time) my dream job straight out of University.
What’s your death row meal? Pasta Marco Pollo. It’s a duck and plum sauce pasta dish at Bella Italia. Yum.
Which celebrity do you most closely resemble? People used to say I looked like Noel Fielding. I think it was an insult, to be honest.
Tell us an interesting fact about yourself. My initials spell out my first name. Mental, I know.
What’s been the proudest moment of your life so far? Beating Paul 3-1 in a playoff to secure my top-four FIFA 19 credentials. He’s still mad.
What’s your death row meal? Fish and chips from Hilltop Fish Bar, finished off with a few tinnies. Class, mun.
Digital Content Executive
Which celebrity do you most closely resemble? I’ve been described as a common Prince Harry, but I think that’s just because I’m ginger and have a double-barreled surname.
Tell us an interesting fact about yourself. In 2006 I was Times Man Of The Year.
What’s been the proudest moment of your life so far? The birth of my two children, via a four-legged furry surrogate.
What’s your death row meal? achos to start, with my own cheese sauce, there is no better. A cloudy cider to cleanse the pallet. For mains, a huge burger; maybe two if I’m going to die! For dessert, I’d say cheesecake, a whole one. Finishing off with a whiskey. Then, I’ll die a happy man.
How we approach social media marketing
Our content services include:
- Building your community by engaging in meaningful dialogue
- Creating kick-ass comprehensive strategies
- Getting focused on Facebook by running ads on the world’s biggest social platform
- Refining your targeting for the most value from your ad spend
Liberty's Social Media Services
Our PPC geek squad are super skilled at setting up, running and refining paid ads on the world’s biggest social platform.
Don’t just talk. Listen and learn by engaging in meaningful dialogue with customers and influencers on social media.
Get the most value from your advert spend by reaching the people that really matter to you.