Warning: contains no trained actors, just the real people of The Social Element
We’re focused on the well-being of our teams and helping our clients navigate their way through this difficult time.
A global team of geeky pioneers, using our social media super powers to help our clients connect with their audience in the most powerful way
We believe in the power of human connections
Our smartphones and devices are where we store pictures of our loved ones, pay our bills and search for our soul mate. It’s an intimate place and it demands an intimate style of communication. Most brands struggle to pop their heads out of their own product and environment and create this intimacy and really connect. We are specialists in making this connection feel seamless and genuine.
People respond to people. Brands are driven, created and led by people. We help bring out that human side to ensure brands present themselves as people, not products and services.
What we do
Data to fuel your strategy. What do people say? What do they do? Where do they hang out? And how about your competitors? We’ll help you get all that info, and more.
So now you have the data, but what should you do? Which platform to pick? Why? What should you say? How much of it and for how long? Strategy’s got you covered.
Not so much clients as our social partners…
“They are full of information and ideas. They are my go-to place to help me on my journey.”
Digital Transformation Manager, Mondelez
Brands are speaking to consumers everywhere, 24/7. New platforms are born every day. Crisis happens every week, either because brands didn’t say the right thing, or because they didn’t know how to make the most of a platform. We’re curious, geeky, social media pioneers and this is where we investigate and discuss how brands should, will and could use technology to connect with people.
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