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22 Oct 2020

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21 Oct 2020

Earlier today Pennine Cycles, Sound Records Stroud and Nourish Zero Waste appeared on Sky News' Ian King show in support of today's Best Small Shops Competition 2020 shortlist announcement!

21 Oct 2020

Due to the high number of excellent quality entrants this year there has been a total of 30 shops announced in the running to be named Winner, Runner Up or Most Innovative Business During COVID-19.

20 Oct 2020

The ACT has restructured to be bigger, better and more value for money

19 Oct 2020

Maybe* has gathered 14,000 answers from across the UK to understand what shoppers want from retail over Christmas 2020

8 Oct 2020

Maybe* is an engagement and insight platform that helps businesses to deliver exceptional social media experiences that deliver business results

7 Oct 2020

Global Payments have provided an update on Strong Customer Authentication, and as the payments industry continues to prepare withinthe current climate, the regulatory timescales have now...

6 Oct 2020

Watch the latest #BikeIsBest film to see the headline figures on the campaign's reach and success.

5 Oct 2020

The single-use plastics ban has now come into effect in England as part of Government's 25 Year Environment Plan.

30 Sep 2020

There is an official form you can send to your credit company to claim back for your dropped credit score

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How Maybe* are helping Local Authorities and Bids upskill their businesses in social media

Posted on in Business News , Cycles News

Maybe* is a collaborative social media management platform that provides engagement tools, actionable insights, reports and access to training that enables organisations to make social media work for them.

You can now check out how Maybe* are helping Local Authorities and Bids to upskill their businesses in social media so that they have the tools they need to engage online and drive sales in the lead up to Christmas!

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Live webinars

During the Maybe* live webinars you'll have access to exclusive insights and real life stories through the eyes of our industry experts. You'll leave understanding what results are possible and with the tactics you need to achieve them. For more information about the live webinars click here.

Don't worry if you can't make a session, you can watch the 'on-demand' recordings of previous webinars by joining the Make Social Media Work Facebook Group.

"Maybe's webinars are a key fixture of my week. I consistently come away inspired and full of ideas of what to do for Visit Knowle." - Kim Hulse, Visit Knowle.

 

Great social media for independent retailers, BIDs and Councils

Independent Retailers on Wednesdays at 10am

This webinar will help independent retailers, BIDs and Councils understand how to use social to amplify your activity, reach more customers and boost business. The webinar is updated every fortnight with brand new content and the latest data from our platform to provide exclusive insight, expert opinion and up-to-date case studies to help you drive your organisation forward on social media.

During the webinar, we will discuss:

  • Social media skills lab
  • Real life examples of great social content
  • The tactics and tools you need to improve your social media

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How Shopping Centres can harness social media to drive footfall and build loyalty 

Shopping Centres on the first Wednesday of the month at 9am 

This webinar reviews what is working for shopping centres around the UK. All data is refreshed for each session and we discuss activity that is working, highlighting a variety of centres. All attendees will leave with actionable insights. Presented by experts in shopping centre marketing and social media marketing.

During the webinar, we will discuss:

  • Examples of great social content
  • The tactics and tools you need to improve your social media
  • Understanding the roles engagement and sentiment play in driving loyalty and customer retention

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