CrowdControlHQ Launch New Website

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CrowdControlHQ has launched a new website to make it easier than ever for potential clients to find the social media services suitable for their brand


CrowdControlHQ, providers of bespoke social networking software, is announcing the launch of a new website to help showcase to online marketers the importance of social media brand protection software.

The new CrowdControlHQ website will help illustrate to visitors the benefit of using the CrowdControlHQ software for their own brand. Four of the main pages look at the key points which Crowd Control HQ bases its unique selling point – Management, Engagement, Monitoring and Protection. Looking over these four tabs will help explain how the CrowdControlHQ software can advance a brand’s management of its multiple social networks, and how it can optimise these pages further to increase engagement.

Potential customers can also view case studies through a bespoke case studies tab. These case studies will illustrate how previous customers, such as Cadburys, used the CrowdControlHQ software to their advantage in managing their multiple social networks. The case studies examine the effects the use of this software had on the brand’s social media campaign, exemplifying how the software may help a potential customer in the future.

Calum Brannan, co-founder of CrowdControlHQ, said: “The new website will help further showcase the range of benefits and advantages to brands utilising the CrowdControlHQ software. The new layout to the website will help to illustrate why the system will be of use to brands, and we hope will encourage others to buy into the system to ensure they have full protection over their different social media profiles.”

CrowdControlHQ offer social media services designed to ease the problems associated with managing multiple brand social network profiles. The CrowdControlHQ software enables a brand to post to multiple profiles through one access point, and enables easy management across these multiple profiles to ensure a brand is in full control of its social profiles. For more information, visit


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