5 Liverpool Businesses with Great Social Media
Social media management for Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, and Instagram.
Liverpool is a thriving business hub and is quickly becoming the start-up hub of the North West. With an active city centre, a busy port and a lively cultural scene, Liverpool is an ideal home for growing businesses.
We’ve found five Liverpool 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. Titanic Hotel
The trendy Titanic Hotel on Stanley Docks is not only a hotel but an attraction in itself, and its social media is also very impressive. With almost 100,000 check-ins on Facebook and a consistent social presence, this is a great example of how hotels can make a dramatic impact on social media. By sharing a wide variety of content types, they interest and engage their ever-growing audience.
ShakeShack’s mouthwatering Instagram makes us want to jump in the car and drive straight over to Liverpool to get our hands on that dirty burger goodness. Their 12.6k followers seem to agree too, with likes aplenty and an engagement rate that you’d expect from such a decadent eatery. We must point out that their website needs a bit of a revamp, but on the social front they’re firing on all cylinders.
3. Love Thy Neighbour
Cute cafe bar Love Thy Neighbour on Bold Street is an organic eatery that sells superfood smoothies, handmade cocktails and delicious healthy food. With 2,500 check-ins on Facebook despite opening less than 12 months ago, it’s clear that the team are pushing their social channels in all the right ways. We especially love their pretty Instagram, which is a feast for the eyes, and has caused the DMT team to crave Buddha Bowls!
4. Botanical Garden
This hidden gin garden only comes into bloom for the summer months, but when it does, it becomes one of the coolest spots to be seen in Liverpool. With almost 20,000 followers across the three main social platforms, the Botanical Garden is clearly a hit with the online audience. Their Instagram is particularly impressive, with 11.8k followers and an average like count of over 100 per post. We’re sure the garden would blossom in winter too, so its a shame they shut their doors in October.
5. Merseyside Dogs Home
Merseyside Dogs Home has a fantastic social following, with over 50,000 likes on Facebook, over 3000 likes on Instagram and almost 5000 likes on Twitter. Regularly updated content helps their followers get to know the dogs, tracking them from the start to finish of their time at the shelter. It’s a heartwarming example of how animals work so well on social, and all animal-centred businesses should take note, no matter their size.