No time for Twitter?
Forgetful about Facebook?
To be relevant on Social Media you simply have to be regular.
Your updates have to jump off a page…
Our talented team use years of journalistic experience to professionally manage your pages, ensuring you have the appropriate tone of voice – and at the right volume! We make your Social Media messages meaningful.
We work with a range of clients to ensure what they want to say is heard by customers, people within their own organisations and the wider world. If you have a website, we have a proven track record of driving traffic towards it.
We do more than just regurgitate press releases and post links. We capture and condense – pulling out the lines that will grab readers’ interests. And then tell the world about it with words, pictures, url links and meaningful messages.
And we can do all this in 140 characters or less.
Years of building Social Media followings for clients and interacting with their customer base has helped keep them current and crucial.
Whether it is updating with relevant news and views, delivering a campaign message, hosting an interactive web chat or live topical tweets from conferences and events – we specialise on promoting the great work of our customers.
Going on holiday? Worried about cover for your social media pages? Even if we don’t have the pleasure of working with you on a regular basis, we can update your Twitter and Facebook while you are on annual leave – allowing you to enjoy your well earned time off!
Feel free to contact us for our rates.
Enough from us – see some of the Twitter and Facebook pages we currently manage here
“The Martis Media team are professional, knowledgeable and passionate about what they do. They help us to make a difference and I can’t speak highly enough of them.”
John Apter, Chairman, Hampshire Police Federation
“Royston has a depth of knowledge on matters of policing that is second to none. When this is combined with the opportunities Social Media has presented us as an organisation, we have been able to get our message out there to our members in an instant.”
Ian Hanson, Chairman, Greater Manchester Police Federation