Social Media across the Seasons articles from Visually Explained

Social Media across the Seasons

At Visually Explained, we often see opportunities for our clients to work seasonality into the posts they share on social media.

Here are some articles we have written about seasons, with some ideas how you might use them as part of your social media strategy.

Visually Explained is Four!

Visually Explained is Four!

It’s been four exciting years so far and now Visually Explained is stepping into a fresh future.

In August 2018, we moved our HQ to the Bowman House serviced office centre in Wootton Bassett, thus beginning a new chapter. We recently hosted a 4th birthday party and new website launch in our new home, inviting the other businesses from our shared office space. The turn-out was great and the birthday cake enjoyed.

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2017 Social Media Review and a Look Ahead to 2018

2017 Social Media Review and a Look Ahead to 2018

  Back in June of 2017, we published a blog on the topic of social media trends for 2017, what was hot and what was not. Three of the things we looked at were: The use of social media as a rival to search engines for discovery and research. The growth of social...

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The 12 days of Christmas

The 12 days of Christmas

By Angela Atkinson of AA Editorial Services Hands up. Who thought that the ’12 days of Christmas’ referred only to a Christmas song? You know  – the one about an over-generous lover showering his paramour with a cummulation of grandiose gifts?  Me too. Turns out...

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Do you hate Xmas? Does Xmas make you cross?

By Angela Atkinson of AA Editorial Services And no. I don’t mean the festive season that’s rushing towards us accompanied as ever by Slade belting out their 1970’s Christmas hit. Though of course you might loathe Christmas. Or not celebrate it even. But no. I’m...

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Trick or Treat?

By Angela Atkinson of AA Editorial Services Hold on, man. We don’t go anywhere with “scary,” “spooky,” “haunted,” or “forbidden” in the title. ~From Scooby-Doo Hello again listeners. Following on from my recent post about the term ‘Fall’ (autumn) here we are again...

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