About Lorna Rimmer.
I completed a BA(Hons) in Imaginative writing, Literature and Cultural History, before completing a PGCE.
After teaching in schools for over 16 years, I swapped managing classrooms for managing social platforms.
I re-trained with Digital Mums and graduated with a diploma in Strategic Social Media Management.
Last year, I became the Social Mums Social Media Pro for Manchester and ran the Social Mum Workshops, offering social media training to women in business.
In September 2020 I began training with the Ads Academy as a Facebook and Instagram Ad specialist.
I have a passion for social media management and love to help businesses achieve, a consistent online presence.
I love social media and I love helping develop a social media presence, that works for your business.
You are the expert in your business, so your time is best spent, focusing on that – social media management, gives you back time to focus on what you do best – run your business!
Take a look at more detailed information about packages and feel free to contact me about a more tailored package.
I will work with you to define your social media goals!
It is vital you have achievable realistic social media goals, that go beyond vanity metrics and collecting followers! I will work with you to set S.M.A.R.T goals!
(Specific, measurable, attainable, relevant and time bound.)
I am always happy, to talk about how I can best serve you. My set packages can give you an idea of all that is offered in a premium service. By working together with your budget, I can help you create your own bespoke package. If do not require your social media managed, there is also the offer of monthly coaching, power hours, from the comfort of your home and more in-depth training via a one to one sessions.
What does a Social Media Manager Do Before Posting?
Current pages audit
Customised pie chart.
WORKING WITH YOU!
Bespoke trello board to ensure partnership between both parties.
Access to google hangouts/zoom
Engagement on platforms
Optimum posting, including stories
Analysis against KPIs
“We don’t have a choice on whether we do social media, the question is how well we do it.”