Every industry must move with the times. Whilst art is often considered a traditional and timeless industry, social media should play an important part of any art gallery marketing strategy.
In today’s world, social media is an absolute definite in any company’s marketing strategy. But it’s something you have to be careful with. Unfortunately, there are many things you can do to get your social media management totally wrong.
I have been an apprentice at Six & Flow, a Manchester HubSpot gold partner agency, for three months now. I’m at that stage now where I know what I’m supposed to be doing on a daily basis, which is a great feeling!
It’s almost time for a bit of spring cleaning, so we wanted to share some brand new trends that are due to revolutionise marketing for art galleries. Update your gallery’s strategy and jump on these ideas, or you might risk becoming irrelevant [...]
Hello, me again writing my first blog of 2017. I hope you all had a great Christmas and New Year, now it’s time to get back into action. January has been a little different from any other month I’ve experienced at Six & Flow, as we’ve been through [...]
It goes without saying that 2016 has been a bit of a mixed bag. Starting with losing David Bowie and our favourite potions master in January, to Brexit and Trump later in the year. From this digital marketing agency, 2016, we’re very happy to see [...]
We all know how important your social media strategy is for your business nowadays. It’s a crucial element for any company looking to create a meaningful and engaging marketing campaign.
Since I have just recently passed my first HubSpot exam, and Six & Flow are a gold tier HubSpot agency, I thought it would be a good idea to write a blog on it.
Biddable media campaigns are complex creations, and the one-size-fits-all approach just doesn’t fly. We had one client come in last week, professing they were just not getting the results from Facebook that had been expected. I love Facebook, and [...]
What’s better for you? Organic social media marketing producing long-term inbound results, or fast and lucrative gains through a paid social media strategy? Why not both?