The patent-pending Maybe* platform uses AI (Artificial Intelligence) to help organisations listen and engage with their customers through social media, benchmark their results, and optimise the ROI of their activity.
Maybe* is available as a self service platform with extensive online help files that offer training on all aspects of social media.
If you would like additional assistance we also offer social media audits, and bespoke social media training to suit all needs. Lets talk about your requirements.
Social media is the way to connect with your customers.
In just 14 years social media has transformed the way people communicate.
Globally, there are 3 billion social media users. 71% of all internet users have a social media account, and the average active user spends 100 minutes on social media a day. This has changed the dynamics of doing business.
The Maybe* platform helps organisations use social media to connect with their customers which improves their ability to deliver results.
Our extensive social media training resources , that include over 400 specialist social media help files are available to all users of the Maybe* platform. We also create bespoke social media training packages for larger clients.
Through the Maybe* platform, any organisation can achieve better results:
- Benchmark all of your social media activity
- Listen to conversations across all social media channels
- See all the activities that have the most impact
- Identify which social media content performs best
- Understand what’s being said on social media
- Know how people feel on social media
- Discover who is influential on social media
- Connect and engage through chatbots
- Measure your ROI
- Involve your entire team with unlimited seats
- Access to over 400 social media "how to" help files
Maybe* is part of the UK
Street Task Force
The High Streets Task Force’s objective is to help reinvent town centres and support local authorities applying to the Government’s £675 million Future High Street Fund.
Maybe* is one of the ten companies that form part of the High Street Task Force who will provide data, expertise, knowledge, training and support to those involved in helping to regenerate town and city centres across the country.
The Task Force is led by Manchester University’s Institute of Place Management (IPM) and managed by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC).
We're an award-winning team of technology, marketing and retail specialists.
To date we have integrated over 150,000 businesses into the platform, benchmarked their digital influence and linked it to their physical business location.
The Maybe* platform has delivered the Ministerial endorsed #WDYT campaign which has accelerated the digital evolution of towns and businesses across the UK.