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Building engagement on Twitter will help to build relationships between your brand and potential customers. By getting your brand name and content out there, you can drive traffic to your website, increasing leads, visitors and sales. Here are some ways in which you can increase engagement:   1. Tweet during Daytime Hours This can help more people to see your content, increasing the likelihood of shares and interactions. 2. Share images and videos. Research shows that by including images...

Instagram is a growing platform for both individuals and businesses, and with its huge amount of users, it's a great place for your business to reach new audiences and build potential leads. Here are some ways in which you can increase engagement:   1. Hashtags Searching for hashtags brings up 9 Top Posts at the results page, which is a great opportunity for you to appear in. This can mean huge exposure for your brand to reach a...

We now see ourselves as food connoisseurs, and as we have been trying the restaurants out and about in Birmingham, South American Food and Tapas has been a firm favourite. So whether you’re looking for a lunch stop or a dinner venue, here’s where we think you need to visit…. Bodega Bodega is a small South American restaurant located in Birmingham Centre, with a vibrant atmosphere and quirky drinks and food. It’s a great place to...

Facebook engagement is any action that someone performs on your page, whether that me like or commenting, or clicking a link. This can lead to better organic reach, in turn driving traffic to your best. This potentially can increase sales for your business. Here are ways in which you can increase engagement: 1. Share valuable content Ensure that it is helpful to the audience by solving a problem, or giving interesting information. Make sure that it is...

Made up of 100,000 knives, the Knife Angel has arrived in Birmingham today in a bid to raise awareness in tackling knife crime in the UK. The British Ironwork Centre has worked with all 43 police forces in the UK and weapons amnesties to retrieve knives from the streets, through knife banks. With knife crime increasing in Birmingham and the UK, and 250 recorded stabbings already this year, it is becoming more important than ever to...