Communication Is The Key To Your Target Audience

Social media expert Ross Alcock is responsible for the success stories of numerous major brands. His empathic and visionary approach to social media marketing is his secret.

Alcock gained notoriety in the world of marketing and social media working alongside ‘Britain’s Best Boss’ Lee McAteer. Here, he played a pivotal role in the creation and growth of a number of now well known Invasion Camp Group Brands. It’s his talent to take on brands that cater scenes, such as WrestlingTravel who bring UK fans to the major American WWE events, and help them reach the next level. The duo also gained global attention for turning the Group’s office into the world’s largest adult ball pit, with over 200 million views all over the world.

New beginnings can only mean new success

It’s 2020 and the time is right for Ross Alcock to launch his very own media agency. Ducking Media specializes in helping blue chip organizations and sports teams gain substantial traction in the key demographic (18-30) through social media.

The social media pioneer empathically addresses every target group in their individual language. What’s left are grateful clients, that are offered the tailored keys to the exact audience they are aiming for.A success, that is more than enough motivation for Ross Alcock to re-invent his methods over and over again.

His creativity and visionary approach allows no doubts or self-limitation and has gained him a name way beyond the borders of the UK and the European sports industry. 

Behind the successor, a humble man

Travelling and nature keeps the driven strategist grounded. On his own social media channel, Ross Alcock shares insights to the things he is passionate about. And that’s mostly travelling, the Kilmarnock FC, and fishing. If you take the time and have a look, you will see that Alcock fishing exploits are pretty impressive.

With his feet on the ground and his mind focussed in the next big chapter, Ducking Media is looking like the definite next success story written by Ross Alcock.


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