Meat Hook requested support in navigating a global lockdown by generating demand for a Meat Box home delivery service.
We adapted the Meat Hook website with a simple form to be consumer-facing and allow for online orders. This enabled us to integrate our online marketing strategies.
By defining a clear target audience and capturing high-quality, mouth-drooling imagery, we were able to deliver engaging content that made our audience want more.
We carried out daily management of social media channels and launched a series of Facebook and Instagram adverts (including retargeting) promoting Meat boxes of the finest cuts in Bristol.
We achieved 452 orders over 3 months and maintained a consistently active and engaged customer base. We witnessed dramatic spikes in traffic during times of advertising.
The team at Soello are creative and flexible in meeting our business needs. They quickly grasped our brief and we're very pleased with the results.
Anthony Coletto, Founder
Levi is a big part of the Soello team as Photographer & Videographer.
Levi is a Bristol-based filmmaker with a background in music visuals and modern short form. His previous work includes Glastonbury Festival, Arcadia Spectacular, Boomtown Fair, Established & Sons, c-ll-ct-v-ly and more. His debut documentary short ‘Strongman’ is currently in the finals of a competition panelled by renowned cinematographer Roger Deakins.
In Levi's spare time, you’ll find him in the kitchen cooking up good food for his friends or family or at his local pub ‘The Oxford’ in Totterdown. His favourite spots to eat in Bristol are Bosco Pizzeria, Jeevans Sweets and Victoria Park.
The Social Dilemma recently landed on Netflix, and millions of us have tuned in to take a peek behind the curtain at the inner workings of social media companies, and the social impact they can have, have had, and will continue to have on users and the wider world.
While the show certainly shone a light on some of the more nefarious tactics used by these companies to stay relevant, stay super profitable, and more importantly stay on your phone’s home screen; we can't neglect the amazing opportunity social media has presented to us all too.
2020 has been a tough year, and the miracle of the internet and social media has helped friends and family stay connected from a distance through lockdowns and periods of isolation. It has been a blessing for so many, and we want to be a part of everything great about social medias ability to connect, entertain and inform.
So we’ve set out a few of our values, some guidelines we strive to stick to to ensure we’re using this opportunity ethically and responsibly.
-> We’ll only target users responsibly.
With the power to reach millions with our messaging comes with responsibility. We won't use it to promote contentious topics or irresponsible behaviour.
-> We’re here to build positivity...
...not create tension and divide. While the show highlighted that polarising content consistently gets higher engagement, we don’t want to be a part of stirring negative emotions for anybody, ever.
-> We won’t prey on insecurities to sell products.
We’re not here to influence anyone through a negative experience. We want to do so through excitement, positivity and great initiatives - and that comes with only being part of projects we truly believe in.
We’re here to tell brands’ stories, to share great ideas, spread the word for causes we want to rally behind, and use our platform for good and good only. That’s our promise to you, and every person on the other side of the screen that we reach with our content.
We've been working with Peckham based PR outift, PR Dispatch to help them extend their unique offering of simplified PR to forward-thinking small business owners in the U.K.
We've been getting creative with our advertising through video content, testimonials, and one-on-one chats with the founder, Rosie Davies, to nurture their audience and take them on a fully-fledged journey of discovery.