Sydney social media workshop – Promoting your business with social media – April 28th

Our first Social Media Workshop in Sydney for 2016 is booked! Thursday 28th April from 6-8pm at a brand new location! The kind people from The Fundraising People are letting us use their amazing training room, which overlooks Darling Harbour! It’s a great space for creativity and very central for Sydney city. Want to learnContinue reading “Sydney social media workshop – Promoting your business with social media – April 28th”

Melbourne Social Media Workshop – Structure and manage your Social Media

We are excited to be hosting our first Melbourne workshop for the year. It’s called “Structure and manage your social media.” The biggest issue we hear about from individuals and businesses in running their social media is time. They don’t have time to do it and they find it hard to be consistent with posting.Continue reading “Melbourne Social Media Workshop – Structure and manage your Social Media”

Q & A on Customer Centric Social Media

It really should be said that all social media, at its core, would aim to be customer centric. However, when running a social media campaign, the customer can get lost in the noise. I was asked a little while ago to comment on this trend and the move to customer-centricity. I’ll be sharing my answersContinue reading “Q & A on Customer Centric Social Media”

What has Lovelly Communications been up to?

Well hello everyone! We thought it was time to check in and let you know what’s been happening over here at Lovelly HQ. This is something we would like to make a regular thing, keeping you updated on all things PR, marketing and social! Emma has just finished up a contract with World Vision AustraliaContinue reading “What has Lovelly Communications been up to?”

Some quick tips to remember for engaging on #socialmedia

Sometimes… we get busy! Everything is mad and things just seem too much. How on earth can we fit in a well constructed tweet, clever facebook post and respond to messages on linkedin! Social media doesn’t need to be viewed as yet another thing to do on your to-do list. Here are a few tipsContinue reading “Some quick tips to remember for engaging on #socialmedia”

The first Melbourne Social Media Workshop

It was a pleasure to run the first ever Melbourne Workshop for social media at the Honey Bar and Restaurant in July. We had a great turnout and a wonderful response after. The guests included comedians, writers, talent managers, photographers and producers. A wide range of interests from a variety of industries but all thereContinue reading “The first Melbourne Social Media Workshop”

How I raised $4000 for World Vision using Social Media

These are my key actions and tips for raising funds online for your favourite cause or event.

Writing for Social Biz Magazine

Loving writing regular articles for Social Biz Magazine about all things Social Media. As this is a fast growing industry and changing each and everyday, it’s important to share knowledge amongst the online community. We at Lovelly Communications believe in the power of engagement and sharing of thoughts and idea. The articles have given usContinue reading “Writing for Social Biz Magazine”

5 simple steps to promote yourself on Social Media

5 simple steps to promote yourself on Social Media:   Generate interesting and exciting content. Make it personal, welcoming and friendly. Ask your friends to share and engage. A friend starting to comment and sharing to their network can be a great jump to more people stepping up and engaging and following what you’re doingContinue reading “5 simple steps to promote yourself on Social Media”

Building Relationships Via Social Media

  Talk to people. Get to know them. Make Friends. Get Business. This can all happen on Twitter but it does take time and work. Like any relationship, you must communicate, listen and take time to develop.   Some tips for good communication and relationship building.   Reach out to your followers- respond to theirContinue reading “Building Relationships Via Social Media”