Tag: Twitter


Glenn Hughes Rocks Social Media

One of our clients, Glenn Hughes (Trapeze, Deep Purple, Hughes/Thrall, Black Sabbath, Black Country Communion), has just passed another milestone in his career, as a social media rock star!

Recently achieving 100,000 fans on his Facebook Page, he has learned to take advantage of this new medium, by reaching out to his fans worldwide, who in turn have hit the ‘Like‘ button on his Facebook Page and shared his content amongst their friends.

He accomplished this milestone, by being a good communicator, not just in keeping his fans up to date with his day-to-day activities, but by posting images and video, commenting and answering his fans questions, all in a timely manner.

In addition to his success on Facebook, he also has a strong following on a variety of other social networks, such as Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest, Google+, SoundCloud and most recently Instagram, to name but a few!

We congratulate him on his success and look forward to his next musical endeavor, which he has informed us (via social media), will be announced soon!

Meantime, you can visit his website where you’ll find links to all his social activities, as well as tour dates, and everything else Glenn Hughes related 😎


If YOU need advice or just general help with your social media strategy, get in touch with us and we can then offer you a variety of options to get your message across, whether it be for your personal profile, or your small or large business.


London Fire Brigade Plans For Emergencies Reported Via Twitter

Sound The Alarm!

There may be a day coming where your impulse to Tweet in every emergency actually does you some good. The Next Web reports that the London Fire Brigade is currently investigating the possibility of setting up a Twitter version of its 999 emergency telephone line.

What exactly that looks like is still up in the air, as they’re still in the exploratory stages. The Brigade already has a verified Twitter (currently with over 30,000 followers) account (@LondonFire) where it updates the public on fires and other news.

Having acknowledged that the increasing proliferation of smart phones means they must “improve how we communicate with the public“. It said it would share its experiences with other emergency services.