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Social Media Marketing

Established for more than 35 years Fastlathe have gained a well earned reputation as a reliable supplier of high quality, efficient subcontract CNC Machining services. Thier customer base includes global brands in sectors such as agriculture, automotive and grass cutting machinery, to the supply of rail, shop fitting and bespoke machining of hydraulic, electronic and security components.

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Social Media Marketing

To create a digital platform through which Fastlathe could market their business via social media, threeguru first created a branded intro and outro animation - an essential component to when trying to portray a professional brand on Facebook, YouTube and through your website.

The distinctive ‘angular blades’ logo creative formed the basis of how we interpreted the Fastlathe video brand. Added to this was a professional voiceover recording artist to give the company the proessional business development platefor they required to move the business forwards.

The finished video is now a creative template whereby Fastlathe can film their own video blogs that can be easily dropped in to place to create a cost effective social media marketing campaign.

Threeguru and Fastlathe worked to a simple mantra…collate as many film and photography assets from 1 days filming to deliver a cost effective web video and component portfolio.

Once you start to leverage the use of social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Linkedin its easy to see why social media marketing can provide excellent reach and return on investment for your marketing budget - web based and mobile video viewing rose by 35% and 20% in 2014.

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