GLOSOCIAL is the social persona of Lisa Giles-Keddie, a content producer and journalist with over 20+ years’ experience in content strategy, production and management for digital, broadcast and publishing. This has given her a complete understanding of what these audiences want and how best to deliver.

Lisa has worked for start-ups to blue-chip companies, and has the distinct advantage of being both editorially and technically trained. She has led content marketing projects for British Film Institute (London Film Festival 2012), Future, Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Really Useful Group, RealNetworks (Paramount, Sony Pictures), Think Jam (Universal, Studiocanal) and leading global media company Thomson Reuters – to name a few, often delivering a project from conception to completion. Film-wise, Lisa has worked directly with many A-listers over the years too. She is an avid film reviewer for leading film site HeyUGuys and her own reviews blog,

Lisa briefly took time out to raise her young family, but got bitten by the digital marketing bug, fascinated by how content marketing can build a brand. Having completed Google’s Squared Online digital marketing course in 2014, she realised the full potential and exciting enterprise possibilities of the award-winning Digital Mums’ Strategic Social Media Manager course in 2016. The rest is history… or GLOSOCIAL.

Working with Lisa means dedication, understanding, ideas and bundles of energy to help your business or organisation flourish on social!