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Northampton marketing agency to teach local businesses how to successfully use Instagram

Posted: 13/08/19 by Onefoursix Ltd

Northampton marketing agency to teach local businesses how to successfully use Instagram

Digital marketing agency, onefoursix based in Northampton is hosting its monthly Lunch and Learn session in September covering all things Instagram. Lunch and Learn began in 2016 and has been a popular networking group with a difference.

September’s session is hosted by onefoursix’s digital marketing executive, Lisa Scott. Lisa is also the editor of Northampton Life and Inside Cambridge and runs a Northamptonshire lifestyle blog, The Beauty Type. Lisa has successfully used Instagram to share news and provide engagement to the various businesses she has managed, especially with the blog in the last few years.

The session will be covering how to successfully use Instagram as a business. It will be looking into content and formatting of posts, using ‘stories’, how to create sales and leads and of course, the use of emojis! Many businesses know they should use the popular platform but do not know how to get leads or target locally.

All attendees will be given a digital download with a FREE hashtag guide to target locally with dozens of relevant hashtags for any business. This is an exclusive guide from everything local, b2b, food, travel and much more.

Each Lunch and Learn session is based on an online marketing query, issue or platform and allows businesses to learn more about their marketing efforts. The lunch is supplied by local catering company, I Cook You Serve and is extremely popular – you need to check out the sausage rolls!

The events are held at the Cynthia Spencer Business hub in Moulton Park and all profits from ticket sales goes straight to the charity.

To book on, visit the Eventbrite page here. Tickets are £15 per person and any member of any business can attend. This is open to marketers of any local business, owners or self employed businesses.

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