Social Media Questions

Ready To Finally Fix Your Social Media Problems?

Here's How It Works...

We can talk about any problems you are having, or I can show you something that you are not sure about.

Signing up for a Power Hour is a great investment of your time and money, so to ensure you get the most out of our time together, preparation is vital. There is nothing more annoying than investing in something and then finding you don’t get what you were expecting from it. I am Social, Content & Campaign Manager for Marks & Spencer. I specialise in Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn Marketing (amongst other skills) and if you are unsure what you want to ask, we can look through your profiles to make sure they are fully optimised.

I’ve shared screens and shown people how to do something, we can even take a look at your analytics if that’s what you need help with. Each call is recorded, so you can concentrate on the call, without worrying about your note taking.

For only £99 a session. I have limited space in my diary for this service, spaces are limited. Book a Session!

Here's What Will Happen...

With that in mind, here’s everything you need to know about preparing for your Power Hour. Once you have picked a time to suit you and made payment, you will receive a confirmation email and a small file outlining how to prepare.

By sending any questions or issues over to me in advance I can plan our time together so you get the most out of it. I can ensure all your issues are resolved. If you aren’t having specific issues then I will cover all the basics of working on Facebook or Instagram.

Upskill on social media with 60 minutes of uninterrupted professional advice,  Do I have your attention? You will have mine! We will pick apart your biggest issue in Social Media. For only £99 a session. I only have space in my diary for a few of these per month, so spaces are limited. Book a Session!

What Clients Are Saying...

Phil Martin

Harris Webb & Co

"Gavin is highly engaging and a great listener when it comes to discussing your marketing and business requirements. He paid attention to the details and understood what I did want and what I wanted to avoid."

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