Chatbots have been around for years, though it’s taken some time for the technology to really catch on. We’ve gradually progressed from the infamous Microsoft paperclip to intuitive and genuinely helpful communication apps, and now chatbots are [...]
As the first ever UK Drift partner, naturally Six & Flow has some wisdom to share on the software. And in a nutshell, Drift is killing it. Since its launch in 2014, they have genuinely changed the live messaging and ChatBot market for good, leaving [...]
In many ways, it’s strange how the rise of conversational and ChatBot marketing has happened at more or less the same time as the rise of voice assistants like Alexa and Siri. While both signpost a future where AI is at the centre of our digital [...]
We’ve all read those fear-mongering headlines – “Robots will take all our jobs by 2030!” Doesn’t sound too comforting, does it? However, we’re confident the human race hasn’t turned obsolete just yet. In fact, we believe humans and robots can work [...]
By this point, you probably know all about the growing role of conversational marketing platforms within the digital marketing mix in 2018. Now, we want look at how your paid media efforts can integrate with your conversational marketing strategy to [...]
Will ChatBots take your job in the future? Here's our take on a much-discussed topic, and before you panic, we still think humans are very much an essential part of the marketing and sales process. And we really love tech.
GDPR mania is in full swing. Everyone is beginning to realise that no matter what the size of their company, GDPR poses a significant issue (or a massive opportunity, depending on your point of view). But here's a new mystery for you. What's the [...]
Chatbots represent an incredible marketing opportunity for your business. Not sure why? Don't worry, read on... A chatbot is a piece of software which complements your website and social media presence. It is designed to have scripted [...]
Chatbots sound like the perfect solution for a lot of companies, especially those who want to better streamline their customer service departments to ease the burden on their staff and leave customers better informed should they ever have a problem.
I hate most yearly round ups. They can be click-baity, full of cliched drivel like "this is the year of mobile, and quite obviously there to fill a gap with easy-to-churn-out, bounce-ready content. I'm not a fan.