Secondary School In Berkshire Appoints Social Media Company from Marketing Quotes Website.

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A secondary school in Berkshire has appointed a social media company from the Marketing Quotes website. The school is trying a new concept of engaging with parents and students via social media platforms such as Twitter and Facebook to improve parent teacher and student teacher relations which have been damaged by a recent rise in bullying and racial attacks.

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We have had our problems like many schools, and due to budget cuts, we have found it hard to tackle many of the day to day problems.

Social media agencies are on the rise, as the growth in platforms such as Twitter and Facebook have boomed across all age groups. Due to problems of bullying and racial motivated attacks, a secondary school in Berkshire approached Marketing Quotes in a bid to find an internet marketing agency that can help get the school onto social media websites and engaging with parents and students. This is a new dynamic that may be rolled out across other similar schools if it proves effective in bridging the gap that education brings.

A spokesperson from the school commented 'we have had our website design looked at as part of the process and we are happy to get the program up and running. We have had our problems like many schools, and due to budget cuts, we have found it hard to tackle many of the day to day problems. We hope this new concept will work and we can ensure that communication both ways works well.'

Anne Richards (who works with Marketing Quotes) added 'indeed social media marketing is a growing advertising and marketing trend, we are not convinced how effective it is as it is mainly used for socialising rather than anything else, but I guess the results will prove the effectiveness.'

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