Social Media Marketing

The need for feed

Social media is a friendly, non-invasive way of staying in the forefront of your customers’ minds. It enables you to shout about your latest products, share your brand’s personality, or just make them smile. 

With over 3.6 billion people using social media, and the average person spending 7 hours a day scrolling, it is an essential place to be in order get your business seen. Social media is no longer just for catching up with friends, 57% of customers will follow a brand to learn about new products or services, while 47% will follow to stay up-to-date on a brand’s news. 

However, a brand is only worth following, if they are saying what customers want to hear. Creating a structured, and varied content plan will ensure that you are showing your customers everything you have to offer, and will encourage them to keep following (and purchasing). 

"The team at Sprint Online have been extremely helpful and a pleasure to work with! They started managing our social media platforms in February 2021, and the results from it have been fantastic. Thanks guys!"

-- Ildiko & Tamas (Ildiko's Chocolate)

Our Recent Blog Posts

It’s all about the bigger picture. We believe it is essential, and inspiring, to keep up to date with the marketing and tech industry, in order to achieve the very best results. We have compiled a few things that inspire us, as well as tips on improving your own digital marketing, and hopefully a little something to make you smile.

What Is a DIY Website and Why Should I Avoid Them?

In the ever-changing digital space, DIY websites represent a glimmer of hope, but are DIY site builders too good to be true? 

WordPress vs Webflow

One of the most important decisions you will make is choosing your web developer, which is usually based on the platform that they use. Wordpress is often the first and only place that business owners will consider when choosing a platform, with a huge 34% of all websites being built on Wordpress. However, is this really the right decision for you? 

The Big 2025 Switch Off

In 2017, BT announced their intentions to switch off the existing PSTN and ISDN networks, but what does this actually mean? With major changes taking place, we want to help you understand what's going to happen.

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