Why You Should Get Someone Else to do Your Social Media for You

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Running an effective social media campaign can be time-consuming. Not only is there the setting up of accounts and the act of tweeting and posting, you also need to consider building up a following, planning a strategy and following relevant people and businesses. And you need to be able to react to others mentioning you, retweeting or favouriting your tweets and liking your posts.

Many business owners struggle to cope with running their own social media account simply because they’re too busy. Running a business takes an awful lot of time and dedication, and paying attention to what’s happening on social media is often seen as one more thing to worry about. And with time being so precious, it’s often the first to be neglected.

The answer may be to outsource it. Employing an outside party to look after your social media means you’ll be able to concentrate on running your business and looking after your customers. Having a dedicated resource to help you make the most of your social media allows you to relax knowing it’s in safe hands.

Social media is all about quality, not quantity. Lots of business owners don’t understand this and think if they’re not tweeting or commenting every hour of the day, no-one will want to follow them. This simply isn’t true. The most effective social media accounts only post when they have something relevant to say, and post a mix of images, articles and their own information. Keeping it relevant means people will listen to what you say and see your social media as an informative, interesting account to follow.

By trusting your social media to an outsider, you’ll also guarantee it won’t become too personal. Most business owners are too close to their businesses and tend to talk about it from their point of view rather than the customer’s. A professional social media agency will not just talk about your business when they post but vary the content to keep the reader gripped, and not just bore them with self-promotion.

They will also post when it’s most effective too. Your customers may not be online when you are and won’t read what you’ve written. By varying the time and frequency of your social media content, it will go out when the most people will see it. A decent social media agency will know that, and they’ll also follow accounts you would like to do business with and who are in a similar industry to you.

#chestertweets can look after your social media for you. We can create your accounts, run them for you and help you with your strategy. It’s all taken care of for you so you can get on with running your business.

Call us on 01244 317951 or 07837 849582 for more info. Or you can contact us here if you prefer

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#chestertweets website launches

So, #chestertweets has finally launched. Our website’s live and going great guns, and we’re building a brilliant community of people who’ve signed up to it. And our Facebook page and Twitter feed are generating more followers and fans every day, who use us to find the best businesses in Chester and create a buzz about the city.

We’re using this blog to tell you a bit more about the people behind the business. #chestertweets is Steve Jones of Steve Jones Social Media and Nick Pagan of Nick Pagan Copywriting, and we’ve come together under the #chestertweets name to offer businesses social media and content marketing help, and let the people of Chester find the city’s best businesses in one handy place.

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Welcome to April and beyond at wine school!

Ancient world wines for April, Cheshire Polo, Fizz! & more . . .

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Welcome to April and beyond at wine school!

What an amazing month it's been throughout the County and we have more exciting wine tasting events coming up in the coming weeks.

If you'd like to try something new, step back in time some 5,000 years and discover the ancient world of wine in Chester - next weekend! We're back at Restaurant 1539 with some incredible wines from exciting countries such as The Lebanon, Turkey, Israel, Greece, Croatia and Georgia, where wine making first started! We have a few places available for only £59.95 including a four course lunch. Excited? Book online here to join us!

Looking ahead to May, we're thrilled to be featuring at The Cheshire Polo at Chester Racecourse on Friday 22nd and Saturday 23rd May - if you're attending (tickets from only £8) please do come along and see us. 

Wine tasting al fresco? Our new season in The Roof Lounge is well under way with April and May already fully booked. We're back in this incredible space in June with French wines along with chef's delicious sharing platters to enjoy throughout the evening. We advise early booking for the summer months!

Back at The Bubble Room in Alderley Edge, we have a fantastic programme for the rest of the year, with availability from May - why not join us then? Find out more here. 

unWINEd Wednesdays continue at The Bubble Room Bramhall with blind wine tasting on 13th May - test your skills and decide what you really like based purely on what you can taste. Of course we won't leave you guessing forever - there's a big wine reveal at the end of the evening! Book your tickets here. 

If you're not following us on our social media outlets yet, please click on the links below for Facebook, Twitter and Instagram! We look forward to welcoming you to The Wine School of Cheshire soon.

Cin Cin!

Fizz! at The Social: Now spring is has very much arrived the temptation to crack open the fizz is very much with us to. Well this month let us do the opening! Join us for unWINEd Wednesday at Chester's Commonhall Street Social on Wednesday 29th May.

If the weather stays warm we'll be out in The Yard too! Book online here!

The Spring wine tasting evenings at Marks & Spencer will be getting under way in just a few weeks. Book your free ticket in-store now!

We'll be returning to M&S Handforth, Gemini & Cheshire Oaks as always and this season for the very first time at M&S Simply Food Prescot Cables. Visit our M&S page online here to find out more!

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Work On Chester’s New Bus Exchange Begins

chester-bus  In 2013 when the new Northgate Development was approved a new transport strategy was also put forward to Chester councillors. This would include a new bus exchange and potentially more pedestrianised areas.

Now work has finally begun on Chester’s new bus exchange. On the 9th October 2015 politicians were present to see the first spades hit the ground. The project is estimated to take 14 months to complete.

The new bus exchange will go hand in hand with the progression of the Northgate Development and will aid transport ease within the city centre. The Northgate Development promises to bring 40,000 square metres of modern retail accommodation and create more than 1,180 new jobs to Chester City.

The small ceremony on the 9th October included representatives from Cheshire West, Chester Council, contractor GRAHAM Construction and the Cheshire & Warrington Local Enterprise Partnership.

The ceremony took place at Gorse Stacks where the work is commencing. Even official town crier David Mitchell was on hand to make the occasion extra special with a formal declaration of the start of the construction.

It is hoped the new bus exchange will create a much better travel experience for bus travellers in Chester.

The new bus exchange is also a big benefit as it frees up the current Princess Street site for the future development stages of the Northgate Scheme.

The Bus Interchange is estimated for completion by December 2016 and will hopefully open to the public in early 2017.

If you have not kept up to date with the progression of the Northgate Development project please click the links below to access our previous news articles for a full review of the development:

Chester Councillors to Discuss £300m Northgate Scheme

Unanimous Backing For Chester’s Northgate Development

Chester’s New Northgate Street

A Design Team Is Chosen For The Northgate Development

Chester’s £37m Theatre Project Adjacent To The Northgate Project Steams Ahead

New Proposed Additions to the Chester Northgate Project

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