Philippa Mannagh – Social Media Strategist

LIKED MEDIA work with businesses to help them be known, trusted and LIKED online.

Our friendly team focus on 1-1 social media consulting, online group mentoring via an online membership as well as Facebook workshops and corporate in-house training.

Philippa can be booked to speak at your event and is the founder of the Mums in Business – New Zealand community regularly encouraging 850+ women in a free online community.

It’s her passion to connect people, share authentic stories and work together with you to make the road a smoother and less overwhelming one.

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  It’s a busy spot at my house this morning as I sit at the table, dressing gown across my legs and hot coffee in hand. While the fibre team are installing their magic and the lawns are being cut, I am on a mission to finish my assignment to conclude my adult teaching course and send you out my latest news!     It’s funny in life and especially as an entrepreneur, there will always be times where new … Read More

Where you targeted and what to do now?
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Important changes to the way we manage ads and Pages on Facebook. These are designed to increase transparency and accountability, as well as prevent election interference as seen in the Cambridge Analytica abuse of data.     So what happened? Facebook has been engulfed in a growing scandal over the way it harvests data. Here’s more on what happened if you missed it!   In short, people’s data has been collected to try and understand more about them … Read More

The power of social media unites unconscious mother and local hero
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The power of social media unites unconscious mother and local hero  || By Philippa Mannagh     When a call went out to the Onerahi Community Group page to find her life saver, Shari Lee Dearn could not believe how fast the internet would track this good samaritan down. Today she meets Murray Tebbutt, the man who saved her life at Mairpark on Thursday 15th February around 12pm. On the local page, Shari Lee shared, “I was found unconscious at Mair … Read More