Sookio is a digital agency based in Cambridge, UK. We help our clients communicate with confidence through quality content for the web and social media.

Telephone: 01223 300 542
Address: 86 St Barnabas Road, Cambridge
Postcode: CB1 2BY
Membership type:Professional Individual and Corporate < 5 (£50+VAT pa)

Founded in 2008 and based in central Cambridge, we work with clients around the UK and overseas including GOV.UK, the University of Cambridge, Toshiba Europe, Lürzer's Archive and Drinkaware.

Our core services are website copywriting, content strategy, and ongoing content such as blogs, features and newsletters. We are also specialists in social media management, training and strategy.

Quality content is at the heart of everything we do. If we're not creating it, we're offering training and advising on strategy to help boost your digital presence from within. It’s about delivering the very best work we can and helping our clients reach new heights.

As proponents of best practice in content for the web and social media, we enjoy sharing our expertise and keep up with industry trends to keep your content fresh and exciting.

We like to call this confident communications – setting goals which are realistic and measurable, and helping you deliver your message with clarity through expert strategy, original content and bespoke training.


Sookio team

Sookio celebrates 10 years of digital marketing goodness

Sookio will be ten years old this week! And to celebrate, the agency threw a little party for clients, friends, and team members past and present.

11 June 2018Read in full


How to get more (quality) followers on Instagram

Looking to boost your follower numbers on Instagram? For this to be effective for your overall business goals, you'll need to ensure you're reaching the right people.

25 May 2018Read in full

Sue Keogh Sage

Watch: Sookio Director talks leadership on Sage Facebook Live

As a Sage Business Expert, Sookio's Director Sue Keogh regularly offers advice to the Sage business community on all things digital marketing. This time, she joined them for a Facebook Live session on leadership in 2018, sharing tips for entrepreneurs on how to effectively lead an organisation to success.

16 May 2018Read in full


But how will it end? The power of goodbye in your content, design and customer relationships

Inspired by Joe Macleod's thought-provoking talk on the importance of endings at Camp Digital 2018, Sue Keogh of Sookio looks at how this relates to your web content and customer relationships. How can you create a meaningful goodbye that means people might actually come back?

8 May 2018Read in full

SME Cambridgeshire Business Awards -finalist

Two nominations for Sookio in SME Cambridgeshire Business Awards

Sookio is delighted to announce that it is a finalist in two categories at the 2018 SME Cambridgeshire Business Awards. With the ceremony taking place the same week as the firm's 10th birthday, it'll be a busy week.

18 April 2018Read in full

Great content

Sookio dissects a great content marketing campaign

Join Sookio as it breaks down the brilliant content marketing of The Great Courses Plus, and provides tips for swotting up on your own communications strategy.

9 April 2018Read in full

Facebook Zero

Facebook Zero: coping with the upcoming news feed changes

Facebook has made yet another big change to its algorithm, in a bid to keep people interested in the platform. This latest change, dubbed ‘Facebook Zero’, is likely to have the biggest impact on brand pages yet.

16 March 2018Read in full

Sookio work experience

A Sookio work experience diary: Hack days, pwnage and job envy

Moving to bigger premises has meant that Sookio can now offer the occasional bout of work experience. The first victim was Giovanna Pierce, who, after 18 years in telecoms, was looking to make the move to marketing. Find out what she learned about digital marketing during her time with the Sookio team...

12 March 2018Read in full

Sue Keogh

Students! It's time to make your online presence sparkle

Sookio's Director, Sue Keogh, was invited along by the Anglia Ruskin University Employability Service to talk to students about how they can inject a little sparkle into their online presence - and attract the attention of potential employers.

26 February 2018Read in full

The Story 2018

Lessons in yarn-spinning from The Story 2018

Discover what happened when Sookio's Chief Copywriter, Rory Stobo, went to hear all about the noble art of telling tales at The Story conference 2018...

20 February 2018Read in full

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