Caner Daywood

Content Strategist

  • LevelMid Level
  • LocationLondon, United Kingdom
  • AvailabilityLocked Pro Plan feature
  • ProfessionsMarketer - Writer - Content Coordinator



  • Fashion
  • Events
  • Marketing PR
  • Blogging
  • Office
  • Photoshop
  • Powerpoint
  • Word
  • Social Media
  • Content Creation
  • Style Advising
  • Brand Consultant

Companies I’ve worked with

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  • FCB Inferno

    FCB Inferno

    • Advertising
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    Work history


    Global Social Media & Community Manager


    Aug 2014
    • • Lead on real-time content initiatives and asset delivery alongside a consistent TOV and strategy, which resulted in dramatic growth and engagement peaks across key platforms such as, Instagram (+244% followers), Youtube (+30% viewing increase) and growing the Facebook community from 134k to 141k all in one month • Responsible for monitoring and engaging with key influencers and customers’ needs on social media – both reactively and proactively - across all across platforms • In charge of annual and monthly content calendars and content planning, including idea generation, campaign integration, asset planning and overall strategy • Oversaw regional optimisation and content plan reviews for China (weibo and WeChat) and other key regions including Russia, Italy, Paris and UAE • Creating engaging, relevant content across lead campaigns such as new product launches and events and seasonal activities, which led to the highest reach and engagement for the launch of the VertuForBentley handset ever for the digital/ social team • Working closely with internal stakeholders to produce pro-active communications in the form of a daily/ weekly newsroom • Identifying new and emerging social trends, reporting tools and making recommendations for relevant implementations for Vertu • Responsible for liaising with the external Social Media agency and supporting strategic planning and reporting



    English Literature

    Queen Mary, University of London

    Jun 2006 - Jul 2009
    • Literature, Psychology, Writing