Are you looking to drive more sales? Then you should be looking at a localized marketing strategy. So, this article will talk about what localized marketing is, the benefits of localization when it comes to marketing, examples of brands who have successfully localized their marketing, and how to apply it to your marketing.
Research shows that 75% of consumers prefer to buy products in their native language, while there are only 23.5% English internet users in the world, according to CSA Research and Statista. So, why wouldn’t you localize? Localization to conversion is a proven strategy, with localized content boosting conversion 6 times higher, according to Design Rush.
Are you ready to find out more about how to localize to convert? Read on.
2020 offers many new and exciting opportunities for social media marketing. Among the top social media marketing trends, we’re going to see more use of video and diverse creative formats. Importantly, the trend of mobile-first usage is going to continue to rise, and manifest in new ways.
In this article, we’re going to show you exactly where to look to find up-and-coming social media marketing opportunities. We’ll give you a glimpse of the future of Facebook in 2020, including Facebook marketing and other social media platforms.
CRM solutions vary from company to company because each company has different dynamics in terms of sales and marketing, products and services, and customer needs.
Therefore a CRM solution is a program that collects all customer data in one place using CRM software.
Interestingly, companies can collect customer information using various tools and methods in CRM software.
Customer relationship management is essential for business success. With a CRM (Customer Relationship Management) platform, companies can manage, automate, and synchronize every aspect of customer interaction.
Is there any value in locking your content from your target business?
Some marketers think it’s better to give away all of your information to users without asking them to fill out a form. On the other hand, other marketers think otherwise.
Your decision will depend on your business goals. If you’re just getting started and need to create brand awareness, then there’s no need to lock your content. You should give it away at no cost.
But if you want to generate leads and increase sales, especially after you’ve driven demand for your products and services, you should seriously consider ‘gating’ or locking some of your best content.
Creating high-value content and using that content to entice site visitors to fill out with their contact information is what makes inbound marketing effective, says Meher Prabhu.
72% of marketers agree that content marketing increases engagement and leads. View stats
However, there are still businesses out there that don’t use content marketing.
This means that these businesses are missing out on practically free leads, organic traffic, and authority.
It’s easy to think that if you don’t have a massive team and capital that you can’t take advantage of content marketing. That’s just not true.
You can reap the benefits of content marketing with a low budget with the right approach and that’s exactly what I’m going to teach you today if you keep reading.
These are the terms an online marketer yearns for every second. We try different tactics -- all because we want to get leads and buyers, and of course, sales.
But what if I tell you there’s a perfect website that converts 100% of its leads to customers?
I’m sure you’ll find no website fitting this description!
And this underlines the need for every online entrepreneur to test different elements of their websites to increase conversions.
A new year is coming our way, along with resolutions and new goals for our businesses to keep on blooming!
There’s no better way to start the new year than learning from experience from the past. Here are some lessons learned during 2018 that will help you start 2019 in the right direction.
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.
Sales enablement tools can improve the performance of your sales department, enhance productivity and boost your revenue.
76% of marketers responsible for content forget about the benefits of sales enablement. However, companies with strong Sales and Marketing alignment can achieve up to a 20% annual growth rate, compared to companies with a poor alignment that face 4% annual revenue loss.
If you’re ready to automate your sales processes to achieve even greater results, you need to understand your prospects and customers and be ready to implement sales enablement best practices (i.e., tools and strategy) when communicating with your customers.
In this article, let’s talk about the 7 sales enablement tools you should be using to drive significant sales results in your business.
This is again Jaime Nacach from Bloominari and in today's episode, we're going to be talking about what marketing content to use in each stage of the sales funnel. This is an important topic to cover because it is really important to know that you can't be using all types of content in every part of the sales funnel. Why? Because depending on where in the sales cycle, each of your customers is, they want to see and be informed of different things. So let's jump right into it.
Alright, over here it's a very typical sales funnel that you can see, it starts from when people are visitors, all the way until they reach the stage where they do come paying customers. So in this case, this is going to be a very short video episode because there's not that much to cover but we're going to give you some examples. So one of the first things you want to do at the top of the sales funnel is to create engagement, but before creating engagement, you want to create awareness.
So in order to create awareness that your brand or your company exist, you have to create content that people are interested in. So that means usually talking about writing blogs that can be both writing blogs as well as video blogs, podcasts or anything else where you're trying to provide some valuable information so that people are aware that you exist. Then let's assume then people that are aware about who you are, the next step is, they might want to follow you and keep in touch and be informed of what it is that you continue to provide in terms of content. So the next step could be for them to sign up to be following you on Twitter or they could follow you on Google+ if you're still using that, or on Facebook, or on Instagram or nowadays on snapchat; there's many ways that people can follow you, right. And, it's another step in terms of showing that they're interested in what it is that you're providing.
The next step, when people are more engaged and they really start to trust you and believe in what it is that you are teaching, the next type of marketing content that could be used is when you can actually provide some sort of eBook or a newsletter or something else that people can download and keep it in their email or somewhere else that they can actually access later.