Masters of social business and pioneers of the social landscape

With an abundance of choice when it comes to social media platforms, we’re certainly living in an incredibly complex and overwhelming digital time that can be especially confusing for brands and businesses.

To compete and stay ahead, businesses have increasingly recognised the need to differentiate themselves from their competitors and thus feel immense pressure to conquer the online world; navigating their way through today’s complex and challenging environment to ensure their businesses make it through, and do so with success.

Due to the undeniable urgency to succeed, we’ve seen organisations flock overnight and turn to the world of social media for business, but with a plethora of options to choose from, where do you start?
A catalyst for change, Yola O’Hara (founder and MD of Visually Explained) is leading the way to form a new generation of social media marketing, solely for business.

As keen indigenousness social media practitioners, Visually Explained is redefining the market and helping organisations like yours see the wood from the trees in order to unleash the power of social business. After all, social business is not only now considered ‘the new normal’ for Visually Explained, but the ‘new normal’ for the corporate world and thus, a highly respected phenomenon that every brand should understand.

The concept of social business is dedicated to differentiating it from social media, therefore making the use of social media marketing for business a more disciplined, measurable and streamlined process.

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Visually Explained is great at taking the mystery out of social media and providing sound and practical advice on how you can get the most out of your chosen platforms. For the first time I understood how this social media thing was supposed to work for me and my business. Thank you Yola and the Visually Explained team.

Shirley Hensher – The Change Agent

What do we really mean when we talk about social business?

Becoming a social business will transform your organisation from the inside out, connecting the internal with the external in a way that enhances relationships and creates shared value for your people, your business and ecosystem as a whole. But there’s no denying that issues can arise when using certain social platforms for business purposes only, and the line between what is acceptable, what is going to work and what is appropriate for your business can easily become blurred.

This is why here at Visually Explained, we focus on the ‘Holy Trinity’ (plus one) of social business platforms: Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram. We know from many years’ experience these are the number one platforms that all businesses, small and large need to conquer to catapult their brand and deliver faster future growth.

We understand which platforms work best for different business sectors and specific demographics, and our guidance will enable you to streamline your social media efforts more effectively and efficiently, without risk of being blind-sided and the activities misfiring. 

In short, we’re able to help you pick your way safely through the minefield of social media marketing to come out on top and drive your business forward – supporting your brand’s longevity in the social world.

How do you tackle your way to exceptional social visibility?

Social business is a long-term investment that takes time and commitment. To build authority in the eyes of your prospects, grow your business network and engage them with relevant content and campaigns is a substantial task. 

Quite often businesses operate blind, and attempt to take on the mammoth task of handling their own social media, and although brave, it can either be overwhelming or extremely underwhelming if the desired results aren’t achieved due to misuse or lack of genuine understanding of the platforms. To help tackle internal frustration and cynicism, social media management is best left in the hands of a meticulously trained and talented team of professionals who are able to recognise internal mistakes and help rectify strategies – enter Visually Explained.

Social business expert at Visually Explained is none other than Managing Director, Yola O’Hara.

Owner and founder since 2014 and with over 20 years’ experience in a corporate environment, Yola has a thorough understanding of the importance of creating clear, robust processes that are highly tried and tested, and of course, social business. 

Yola is an expert in her field and is passionate about bringing a fresh attitude to social media for business and making it work in tandem with client goals, marketing and sales objectives. 

Are we the right fit for your business?

Working with established SME’s in the UK, USA, Australia, Canada and the Channel Islands, our goal is to harness the power of social business, to elevate and amplify our client’s brands, enabling them to gain deeper engagements and assist them in ultimately achieving sustained business growth. If this sounds like you, then we’re certainly the right fit for your business.

With many years of practical social media experience, mastering the tools, adapting to constant changes and determining the difference between social media and social business, Visually Explained will help guide you through its complexities. In turn, we will create exceptional visibility for your business, support your brand’s longevity in the social world, convert your prospects into leads into customers and thus deliver a strong return-on-investment, all without a burning a hole in your pocket. 

By getting under the skin of your brand, sector and audience, we can help establish the pitfalls of social media and determine exactly where to position you in the social eye, with the correct platforms and the perfect content. Taking a strategic approach, we put into place a step-by-step process with strong metrics and KPIs, ensuring supreme social business activity for your organisation and deliver tangible results. 

Ready to start your journey into the world of social business, but need a guide to help you through its complex landscape? Contact us on 01793 967317