Solutions for Brands and PR Agencies


Want to give your digital campaign a push? We offer professionally run, stress-free Twitter parties to spark lively conversation about your brand or product. We also offer audience engagement, online content management, copywriting, community management, and expert knowledge. 

Twitter parties

Twitter parties are an incredibly effective way to engage with your online audience and to promote a new product or service, whether you already have an established online presence or are just getting your new brand off the ground.

We take the time to get to know your brand, tone, key marketing messages and your audience, and can provide a detailed proposal, terms and conditions and party script for your legal team to approve.

Twitter parties typically cost between £2,000 and £4,500 depending on your requirements, with an upper limit and timeline agreed in advance.

Some recent achievements: 

iExplore logoTravel Twitter Party
iExploreUK (TUI Travel Group) 

In December 2011 I planned and hosted a UK-wide Twitter party to spark conversations about adventure travel and activity holidays.  With 2.4 million impressions, 182 active participants and a reach of 176,000, the party established the client’s online presence as a knowledgeable, approachable and dynamic new brand.

Rapunzel Twitter Party
The Walt Disney Company (UK)

Rapunzel Twitter PartyTogether with colleagues and interns from ReallyKidFriendly.com I worked alongside The Walt Disney Company in 2010 and 2011 to promote their 50th animated film, Tangled, engaging with Disney fans of all ages using a combination of original articles, reviews, themed craft ideas for kids, and free prize draws.

In November 2011, we planned and hosted an exciting Twitter Party to create a little buzz around the unique star-studded Royal Celebration scheduled for the following day in London’s Kensington Gardens.

We recruited a handful of carefully selected co-hosts, planned a series of discussion topics ranging from fun facts to nostalgia, created a branded online hub, and publicised the party through a variety of free social networks. With 1.7 million impressions over a period of only 90 minutes, 129 participants and a reach of over 250,000, the Rapunzel Twitter Party was a resounding success.

Social Media and Community Management

I with audience and data specialists Likely Ltd using bespoke engagement tools to find out what your customers are most interested in, which links they’ve shared, which other brands they like, as well as how and when to connect with them. We can use this technology to help you improve your online presence, grow your audience, and connect more effectively with your fans.

We can update your social media networks on your behalf with well researched, on-brand updates and engaging questions, moderate your Facebook page or community forum.

Basic daily community management with industry-specific knowledge typically costs £1000/month.

We also offer bespoke 3-month or 6-month packages including full community management, statistics, engagement reports, professional recommendations and training. Contact us for a quote. 

Key areas of expertise:

Family & Children’s brands

We have an excellent track record working with leaders in children’s entertainment and family brands, providing everything from thorough product reviews to online prize draws. As active members of the UK’s largest parent blogger network, we can help you work with influential mummy bloggers to promote your brand or campaign.

Thinking Social Media can also provide professional advice to help you think about your business – on and offline – from a parent’s perspective, and make smart recommendations for helping you attract and connect with UK parents.

Science and Technology

I trained as a Biochemist and later specialised in Bioinformatics, and am a geek at heart. I have the rare ability to communicate complex ideas in simple terms,perfect for sharing news of your gadget, app or latest technology with your customers.

My articles have featured on the Huff Post UK Tech homepage, Health and Science homepages, and in PC Advisor, and I have co-written several successful scientific research grant applications.