'90% of people shop with brands they follow on social media'
This is where brand and upscale creative design come together to elevate campaigns and bring them to life on social media. Social media use increased by 43% in 2020 and studies show that 90% of people shop with brands they follow on social media*. Engaging and entertaining content is essential to drive brand. *(Sprout)
You've seen them, we love them. We're talking GIFs, those fun animated stickers everyone uses on Instagram Stories.
It's time to get your brand trending on social media.
GIFs are a powerful marketing tool, they strengthen brand awareness, drive online engagement, and increase user generated content.
Upgrade your photographs and videos to fun, thumb-stopping content.
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Dr Geraldine Tan
An award-winning design, interiors, and lifestyle blogger.
One of the first and most prominent interiors blogs in the UK design sphere, with a targeted audience spanning a rising following of 400,000+ across all Little Big Bell's social media channels.
In recent years, Little Big Bell has been named one of Fashion Monitor's Top 10 UK interiors influencers, Homestyle Magazine's Top 9 interiors influencers, and Architectural Digests top 10 prop stylists to follow.
Renowned for her considered-yet-playful use of colour, showing her followers how to express themselves through homeware.
Little Big Bell creates high-production content for brands and their blogs, styling and photography services for lookbooks and brand materials, and delivers brand campaigns via social media to generate lucrative and compelling exposure for products across the interiors, tech and healthcare categories.
Recent partnerships include Logitech, Paypal, and Taittinger.
James Crossley, aka Hunter the Gladiator, 47, is a highly qualified fitness expert and personal trainer, and a regular commentator in the national media on fitness issues, particularly those related to the over 40s.
During lockdown James gained his YOGA qualification and Level 4 Strength & Conditioning, after realising despite his fitness he couldn’t touch his toes and injury was plaguing him. He aims to share his newfound passion and respect for yoga to the over 40s highlighting its benefit to mind, muscle and recovery.
After leaving the show winning the status as “the ultimate Gladiator”, James trained as an actor, before returning to the fitness world, working in the media, giving talks in schools and offices on the importance of an active lifestyle, and competing in Strongman competitions. Born in Yorkshire, James
now lives in London.
James has a very engaged following over 52K across his social media platforms.