Your network’s online network: that’s your network too. Meet BoomBuzz: the ultimate way to give your social media presence an extra boost. It’s a small step for you, but a giant leap for your socials.
How does it work?
With our BoomBuzz app, you’ll be noticed on the social media channels that matter the most: those of your customers, colleagues, exhibitors, dealers, you name it.
Register, send your input via our inspiration wall and we’ll edit your material to make it social media-ready. As soon as your input is processed by us, all linked accounts can upload your post to LinkedIn, Facebook, YouTube, Instagram and Twitter.
In a nutshell BoomBuzz is an easy way to make other people get the message out about your business or event. Everyone in your team is able to a) upload content to be edited by our professional editors and b) share that video – or those of others – in an instant. The result? A truckload of extra online reach. Read more here (in Dutch).
Simply link company pages and private social media accounts from participating co-workers, clients or exhibitors to the BoomBuzz app.
Lean back, we'll do the rest
Got a picture or video of an event? Send it to us and we’ll take care of the rest, from a professional edit to an eye-catching caption. After creating the content, we plant the finished product back in the BoomBuzz app – all you have to do is click the share button.
Creating great video content for social media is time-consuming, takes a lot of energy, and you need to do it in just the right way.
We’re happy to help you out.
Years of experience
For years, companies and event organisers have counted on us to for their video content. From the RAI to the Jaarbeurs, from IT offices to marinas.
Tailor-made video content
We’re going to work together with you to give your social media presence exactly what it needs. Nothing’s off-limits, although we wouldn’t suggest starting out with a thoroughly choreographed musical routine.
Want to talk?
You’re welcome to call, e-mail or message us by any means at your disposal. We’re still working on deciphering smoke signals, though.