With a new year comes new challenges, new ideas…and new features!
Facebook and Instagram have recently introduced a host of new features designed to help businesses grow organically online, but which should you try first? Continue reading
This Summer, we’ve driven 100,000 visits to websites and influenced over £3 million worth of online tickets. This is our round up of what is hot and what is not across Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and Google, as well as our thoughts on Tik Tok advertising.
We work with clients all across the UK; from coastal theme parks, zoos and farm parks to scream parks and escape rooms. We hope you find this insight useful. Continue reading
How to Create Effective Video for Digital Advertising on Facebook When it comes to creating adverts for Facebook, video adverts are the star of the show! In one of our recent FB advert campaigns, a video advert increased the click … Continue reading
Improve Your Email Open Rates You may have spent hours curating the perfect email content for your customer database; editing images, writing copy and adding compelling call-to-actions. Unfortunately, members of your email database may not even open and view your … Continue reading
The COVID 19 pandemic has increased the speed at which the world is going digital.
Whilst the easing of lockdown makes it tempting to slip back into old habits of pre-covid above the line marketing, it’s now more important than ever that your visitor attraction uses online advertising intelligently- and strategically Continue reading
With 31 million in the UK now using Instagram, you can be certain your customers are already on the platform. However, reaching new customers on Instagram is not necessarily straightforward; organic Instagram posts tend to reach fewer non-followers in comparison … Continue reading
Flexibility is Key for Visitor Attraction Summer Advertising. As we now enter step 4 of the lockdown roadmap, flexibility is key for your visitor attraction’s summer advertising. Gone are the days of committing huge amounts of advertising spend to ‘above … Continue reading