We approached Ditzy Media to manage the social media for the Arlington Bluebell Walk as we were finding it taking an increasing amount of time.
We were very impressed with how quickly Ditzy Media appraised our current strategy and requirements and were able to step into the role seamlessly. They implemented an initial series of content updates for Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, which were well received. Part of the work involved contact with local charities to advise them also on making the most of social media during their participation of the Bluebell Walk and it was useful that Ditzy Media were familiar already with a number of these charities, being local organisations.
Unfortunately, COVID19 came along and the Bluebell Walk had to be cancelled for 2020. Social Media was taken back in-house during the pandemic but we hope to work more with Ditzy Media next year.
(Arlington Bluebell Walk)
I wasn't sure what to expect from the #ebtweetup when I first attended one last year. Although my business is based locally I don't have many local customers so was concerned I wouldn't really 'fit' in.
But as soon as I walked through the door and was greeted in his inimitable friendly style by David Ruddle I knew that this was a great place to meet people, not just putting a face to a business but a chance to chat with local people interested in local life.
The latest meeting was an evening do providing a chance to join in for some of those who couldn't attend during the day. There was a mix of familiar faces as well as new, at a warm and inviting venue.
Whether making friends or contacts or both, the #ebtweetup is an event to look forward to.
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