5 Leeds Businesses with Great Social Media
Social media management for Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, and Instagram.
The Leeds digital industry is thriving – so much so, that it now accounts for £688 million of the city’s overall GVA. It’s no wonder – the city is home to tech giants such as Sky Bet, NHS Digital and Jet2. It’s not just big businesses making an impact in Leeds though, it’s also a hotbed for start ups and SMEs.
We’ve found five Leeds businesses who have great social media pages. In this article we will take a look at why their social media is so effective, and how it is benefitting their business. Let’s go!
1. eDen eSports Cafe
The newly opened eDen is an eSports Cafe situated on Church Walk, and is the first of its kind in the city. Yep, eSports is exactly what you think – you can visit the bar to play and watch video game competitions. eSports is on the rise, and eDen has certainly made a splash on social media, with over 3,000 likes on Facebook. Using social media to engage with a switched on generation is a dead cert, and we predict big things from the sports cafe in the years to come.
2. Friends of Ham
Now here’s a concept we can get on board with. Friends of Ham on New Station Street is an award-winning charcuterie and bar, offering a great space for friends to get together and enjoy, well, ham and other delights. The team are causing a stir on social too, their Facebook page has an incredible 37,000 check-ins, compared to its 11,000 likes. Check out their Instagram for well-planned colour schemes, artsy craft beers and mouthwatering imagery. We approve.
3. All Blues Co.
Trendy menswear store All Blues Co. is a fashion haven in the Corn Exchange. Home to some of the freshest international menswear brands, it’s no surprise that their social media attracts a lot of attention. They’re doing particularly well on Instagram, with their feed acting as a cookbook for on-trend gentlemen. With well over 100 likes per post, it’s clear that All Blues Co. know their target audience and post the perfect content to engage and indulge their followers.
4. Colours May Vary
Colours May Vary is a design-focused book shop and exhibition space, and its contemporary wares translate beautifully onto social media. As you’d expect, their Instagram is carefully-crafted, with delightful colours and prints making highly shareable posts. With 17.2k followers, and growing by the day, Colours May Vary are a great example of how an independent store can succeed on social media.
5. Church Leeds
Brand new music venue Church is a nightclub and live music event space in the heart of Leeds. Their social media is exciting and engaging a music-loving online community, with a 15k strong following on Facebook and some stunning imagery on Instagram. By posting a strong mixture of images, video and events, they keep things interesting across their social channels, attracting new followers and, we’re sure, increasing footfall week on week.