Forget to invite social media to the party, and you’re missing out. Social is no longer an add-on or a nice-to-have. It can be the main event, the first into battle and pivotal to a campaign’s success.

Choosing the social channels appropriate for your brand, your message, and your audience – that’s where we excel. We’ll ensure your social spend is on brief, and on the money.

Then we’ll pair you up with a dedicated Social Media Manager with specific expertise who can create, converse and keep track of your campaign to make sure it isn’t just getting lost in a sea of mundane status updates.

We also offer social listening and engagement, competitor audits, reporting and events, as well as bespoke social media workshops tailored to your sector.

And just like any other medium you care to choose, your social media activity needs a solid rationale sitting behind it. None of our campaigns go out without one.

Their shopping habits, the content they consume, what inspires them, what keeps them up at night; our profiling and targeting will ensure your content is relevant and paid for campaigns are on point.

We’ll draw on a number of disciplines to create a tactical social media campaign that works – our design, copywriting, marketing and social media planning are always up for the challenge.

Social media should be first on your guest list. Favouritism? Not at all. It goes where no other media can go, creating awareness, genuine leads and engagement that are so much bigger than the event.

Just like any good workshop, we have real tools you can pick up and use straight away. We’ll share some of our most powerful with you – as well as proven and emerging technologies to help you stay ahead.

Let’s start with the foundations. Or rather let’s start with a considered strategy and KPIs. We’ll build your presence using the right channels, and keep it measurable and accountable from the beginning.

Are you watching social media from the sidelines? Wish you could join in, share something useful, move your audience?  We’ll create a content plan that means you’ve always got something new, meaningful and engaging to share. And we’ll deliver a monthly cycle of agreeing the content cycle, scheduling it to publish on the correct channels and providing reports on its performance.

Far too many brands wouldn’t be able to give you an accurate picture of their presence on social media. Are you one of them? Our audit will make it clear where you are (and where you need to be) on the social radar.

You’re surrounded by competitors who want a slice of your audience. Who are they? How much of a threat are they? These are questions we’ll answer before we create your social media strategy.

Case Studies

Brio Retirement Living

We were asked to launch an inspiring new development for Brio Retirement Living and use it as a springboard to create real anticipation and ultimately sales for a new community for the over-55s.

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A large organisation with a huge range of departments and complex needs, Devonshires were used to the more traditional methods and channels of PR. We were asked to empower teams, and introduce them to the opportunities that social media offered.

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National College for High Speed Rail

The National College for High Speed Rail was set to open two campuses in Birmingham and Doncaster in September 2017. Our challenge was to tangibly communicate the vision and values of a college that had not opened yet.

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Next Stop Bradford

We were asked to build a case, supported by political and business leaders across the north, for the Bradford City Centre Railway Station to be a part of the Northern Powerhouse Rail/High Speed 3 project.

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Places for People

Places for People were keen to cast off the mantle of a traditional housing association and landlord. Our job was to force the reappraisal of the Group and position them as an organisation that provides vital infrastructure and services.

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United Living

In summer 2017, United Living returned to the CIH Housing conference in Manchester and requested a stripped-back presence at the event which, rather than focusing directly on their services, would promote their number one asset: their people.

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