Vocus announces details of expert consultant line-up for Social Surgery at The Public Relations Show
Vocus, the feature sponsor for the Social Surgery at The Public Relations Show, has today announced details of a line-up of expert consultants who will deliver market-leading advice to Public Relations Show delegates on issues ranging from online analytics and tracking, to social media monitoring and management.
The Social Surgery line-up features Laura Thomas, Managing Director of Auburnise, a boutique social media agency based in Manchester and specialists in digital strategy and analytics; Andrew Thomas, Non-Executive Director of Auburnise, with over 25 years’ experience in the marketing communications industry; John W. Hayes, a marketing strategist and contributing author at Vocus; and, Michael Gilby, Marketing Consultant Manager at Vocus, a specialist in digital and content marketing.
We are really excited to be a part of The Public Relations Show this year, which looks set to be a great success in its first year. The Social Surgery is a fantastic opportunity for PR and marketing practitioners to get expert advice on the obstacles they are facing within social marketing. We are fortunate to be joined by a group of savvy social media consultants, all set to share their best practices and recommendations in a completely tailored approach.
Vocus have confirmed an expert line-up of consultants who are both specialists in their own fields and hands-on digital strategists with the ability to advise Public Relations Show delegates on everything from big-budget campaigns to smaller grass-roots initiatives across a range of social platforms and channels.
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