Social Media. Engagement.Digital. Brand. Reputation. Media. Communication.
The Fasterhorse Company are Brisbane’s leading social media, communications and media management consultants.
We forged an international reputation for our work at the Queensland Police Service social media, and are now our agency is ready to help you promote your business.
Whether you are looking for expert assistance in social media marketing, content development, SEO, digital, strategy development or implementation we can tailor a service to suit your needs and budget.
We can help you increase your social media reach and build an engaged audience.
Our services include:
- Media management
- Social media capability building
- Communications assistance
- CEO coaching
- Executive social media coaching
- Strategy development and implementation
- Content development
- Crisis communication consultancy
- Social media marketing
- Facebook marketing
- Social media content development
- Social media training courses
- Digital marketing courses
- Social media audit and maturity assessments
Check out some of our work below.
Social media for crisis communications
Managing crisis in real time:
When things go wrong, the rumour mill goes into overdrive. Keeping control of the message in a highly dynamic environment has never been more challenging, but through clever use of social, you can regain and take control of the facts. Tell your own story, and become the trusted voice.
Social Media content that grabs the world’s attention
Most marketing people will tell you that you need to spend big money to reach a big audience on Facebook. Our team regularly reached multi millions of people on Facebook and made headlines all over the world, all without spending a cent.
And of course, all the light-hearted fun has a serious purpose. It lets people inside and outside your organisation see your brand in a new light. And most importantly it makes sure millions more people are listening in when you have important, mission critical things to say later on.
Telling engaging stories
When an operational area came to us to promote the Queensland Pavilion at the World ITS conference, they thought their budget and timeframe limited them to a brochure.
Instead, within days we turned around a beautiful, visually rich digital product which built excitement and interest in the event internationally.
Wrong. This social video about progress of the Toowoomba Second Range Crossing achieved organic reach of more than 900,000 people. All from a page with only 25,000 likes.
The video tells the story about why the project is important to people and positions the Department of Transport and Main Roads as an important player in building the economy of regional Queensland.
Digital engagement can break down geographic and physical barriers, getting more of your clients aware of - and engaged in - the work of your organisation.
It open doors to true co-design where everyone can have a voice - and shows your commitment to accessibility and inclusion.
The benefits of improving the Peninsular Developmental Road in Cape York go far beyond the economic benefits to the region of improving access for freight and tourists.
By training and employing local Indigenous workers and businesses, this project is has long-term social implications, providing ongoing work and training opportunities for Indigenous communities on the Cape.
Telling people these stories and showing them a side by side comparison of the changes brought about by the project resulted in organic reach of over 800,000.
Social media Campaigns
Achieving cut-through about road safety is tough, changing driver behaviour is even tougher. Even big budget campaigns find it challenging to actually effect change. Enter What the? Friday - drawing the public in with images of some of the sillier things people do on our roads and getting them to think twice before they do something similar themselves.
This long running campaign leverages free content already within the organisation to amuse and educate hundreds of thousands of people every week.
Social is the logical place to show the culture of your organisation and engage with your would-be recruits and new hires. Putting a human face on the QPS helped improve public perception of the service as a place to work, increased interest in recruitment, and helped boost the number of women who applied.