Annie Boyd | annie boyd social media marketing
Annie Boyd is a social media consultant who researches , creates and develops social media strategy, provides training programmes and workshops, campaign ideas, blog and copywriting services. and She has extensive experience of working in sport and leisure with national agencies and governing bodies, plus a keen interest in food and drink, financial services, luxury goods, energy and education.
annie boyd, social media marketing Glasgow, social media training
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What’s on offer? 

How does it work? Let’s break it down.


Research – figuring out The Why, understanding your objectives and tackling the tricky conversations. Creating and developing social media strategy and content plans. Building strong working relationships.


Social media strategy,  training and workshops, copywriting blog articles, creating social media campaigns, auditing reports, reviews and recommendations, consultancy services.


Public and private sector clients include SME’s, large corporate businesses and national governing bodies within the sport and leisure, food and drink, financial services, luxury goods, retail, transport and education sectors.

This tweet from Laura’s Little Bakery caught my eye today as it’s doing the rounds and two days after it was posted has attracted over 3.5k retweets, 8.4k likes and 336 comments. So what’s the fuss about? R...

Coinneach MacLeod, or Kenny to his non Gaelic speaking friends is an erudite and well traveled gent working with top sporting organisations around the world.  He’s also the best person to dance with at a c...

Passing the joggers and rollerbladers in Hyde Park we arrived just as the doors were opening at the Serpentine Gallery, keen to see ‘The Most Popular Art Exhibition Ever!’ showcasing Grayson Perry’s latest ...

What clients say….


If opportunity doesn’t knock, build a door.

You won’t find any heavy sales patter here but as you’ve read all the way down to the bottom of this website go on, get in touch and say hello.


A little kindness goes a long way.

This is a sign, or maybe serendipity. Once a month I’m offering a few hours support (for free) to a start-up business that could benefit from a little help. What’s your story? What’s The Why? Tell me when you get in touch.