In the on-demand economy of today, customers have started expecting immediate attention. They want answers to their questions and concerns immediately. If they have to send an email or request someone to contact them, it's a missed opportunity to convert a lead into a sale.
Some people refer to entrepreneurs as “starters”. This term makes sense because as an entrepreneur you create something from nothing and market it to the world. It’s extremely risky, but can be very rewarding. Entrepreneurs are a special breed. Their task is risky, not just financially, but emotionally and physically too. Being an entrepreneur is not for the faint of heart.
Entrepreneurs need to have at least a little bit of knowledge in a lot of areas. They need to know about finances, human resources, marketing, product development, and time management to name just a few. Smart entrepreneurs must learn how to tactfully delegate each of these responsibilities because after all, they can’t do everything themselves if they want to scale!
If you've ever thought that brick-and-mortar retail stores were out of business, you're wrong!
According to eMarketer research, 94% of retail revenue generation comes from physical stores.
Why? Well, consumers stated that they'd prefer to touch goods and go out with friends to have a nice shopping experience.
Amazing right? If you're still not convinced, another research (I love numbers) showed that 85% of shoppers prefer to go to physical stores because they get to feel and touch the products they want to purchase.
Inbound marketing is great for generating large volumes of leads. However, there’s the question of how to separate quality leads from web visitors who may not be interested in your offer.
The answer is “Lead Scoring.”
Your leads need to be effectively managed so that you can maximize their potentials.
By utilizing a lead scoring system, you would be able to assign values to every one of your leads in relation to the data you have about them and their behavior on your website.
Maybe you have a website that brings in a lot of sales. It makes you happy. But it doesn’t mean that’s the largest number of sales your company can make.
Because the majority of people who visit your website don’t buy on their first visit. In fact, AdRoll estimates that only 2% of shoppers convert on their first visit to an online store.
Let’s say you beat the average 5 times, that’s still 10%. It means there are many people who can buy your product or service as compared to those that are actually buying it.
That’s why you need remarketing. It helps you to track people who have visited your website without converting and send them targeted messages. In other words, you want to bring them back and turn them into customers.
San Diego, California - Bloominari, a digital marketing agency located in Southern California, is very happy and excited to announce that they are the first US-based company to receive an official Agile CRM partner certification and badge. The company has successfully completed the Agile CRM partner training, and is now ready to help businesses who are looking for professional support, consulting, implementation and training of Agile CRM’s software.
Additionally, Bloominari will also offer the service of setting up, integrating, and customizing most Agile CRM’s native (built-in) applications with third party software, as well as integrating with more than 750 non-native applications via Zapier.com.
Bloominari will help businesses of any size to create the perfect software stack by combining Agile CRM as the headquarters of a company’s web-based operations, with additional SaaS (software as a service) software. This will help businesses expand the standard features and functionality of Agile CRM, helping companies meet most of their needs.
Agile CRM is a small and medium business web-based CRM (Customer Relationship Management) and automation software solution that helps companies “Sell & Market Like the Fortune 500.” It is the perfect solution for small companies that are looking for the best value for their marketing dollars and return on investment (ROI) for a CRM software solution.