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Think about a commercial that you really enjoy or that sticks out in your memory. This brief advertisement told a story, struck an emotional chord within you and captured your interest with such effectiveness that you still remember it. Yes, that’s the goal of advertisements, but it should also be the goal of your marketing content.
Crafting and distributing concise, engaging, convincing and conversational marketing content is a necessary inbound marketing strategy that can boost your business tenfold. This content, whether it’s a case study or a landing page, should make your targeted audience trust that your business understands their needs and will help solve their problems efficiently, leading them to convert. Your audience will read the content, feel understood, click on links and become a lead or customer. That’s the ideal process.
However, this is easier said than done. Professional content marketers, like myself, use various formulas to maximize the likelihood that the content is noticed, digested and utilized to the company’s advantage. Here is a summarized list of some of the most important features to include when writing excellent content that convinces and converts.
Join thousands of entrepreneurs as they flock to the San Diego Start Up Week 2017, which will be held on June 19 to 23, 2017. This year promises to be bigger and more exciting than last year with over 150 powerhouse speakers stretched across 15 tracks during the 5-day event.
If you are joining the event in search of marketing enlightenment, be sure to catch Bloominari’s CEO and Founder, Jaime Nacach, as he shares 12 ways to save time on sales and marketing tasks through Business Automation and Optimization.
Have you heard of the best CRM + Sales & Marketing automation software for small businesses?
In case you haven't heard, AgileCRM is one of the best and most complete web-based CRM (Customer Relationship Management) system + business automation software that exists for entrepreneurs, family businesses, local small companies, or any organization on a tight budget who wants to keep it's monthly software costs as low as possible.
As a small business ourselves, we've been in the constant lookout for finding the best value for our money when it comes to investing in monthly Software-as-a-service sales and marketing apps. Before we switched to AgileCRM in January of 2016, our marketing agency was using Solve360 as our main CRM + project management tool. Solve360 was great, but we knew we needed a much better CRM system that included E-mail marketing automation and more advanced tools for a modern and technology savvy company like ours.
Marketing automation is a tricky area for many marketing pros, but it’s important to understand the potential automation has when executed well. Email marketing has been a staple of the marketing world since the dawn of the internet, but many marketers unfortunately overlook its lasting potential, especially when you curate your automation to your readers’ actions.
Many companies rely on very basic forms of automation such as receipt emails after completed transactions, confirmation emails after customers perform specific actions, support ticket information, and other basic automatic messages. A drip campaign takes automation a step further and leverages automation as a more valuable marketing tool.
As the name suggests, a landing page is where users “land” once they click one of your links. If you’re striving to generate conversions, you need to make a fantastic first impression each time. Landing pages are a bit different than the other web pages you’ve likely built for your company. They have a clear purpose: they are to get your customers to take the last step in connecting to your brand.
Landing pages are preceded by a call to action. You need to entice people browsing or searching to click on your links or ads. The landing page tells them they’re where they need to be after clicking. Relevant landing pages are crucial to generating more conversions for your brand.
Understanding the differences between Google Ads and Facebook is crucial to marketing success.
Google is the unquestioned king of search engines, and Facebook is the most popular social media platform in the world. While it’s important to invest in your marketing efforts wisely, don’t conflate how these two giants operate. People generally use Google and Facebook for very different reasons, and it’s important to recognize that your tactics for generating traffic on one platform may not work on the other.
Think of the purpose behind Google: people want to know more about something so they search for answers. There is a motive or intent behind every Google search, whereas Facebook curates ads and sponsored content based on users’ apparent interests. Marketers must approach these platforms differently to make valuable connections.
When tailoring a strategy to Google, the goal should be to answer very specific questions. For Facebook, it’s more about casting a larger net to a wider audience.
Digital tools afford modern marketers an unprecedented level of control over their automated processes, but it’s important everything isn’t simply set to autopilot. Marketing automation is a tremendous asset, but only when used thoughtfully. Adjustments must be made frequently to accommodate changes in customer trends and company strategy. It’s vital to understand how to effectively manage your automation structure.
Automating your marketing processes, such as sending out emails to your mailing list and automatic posts to social media pages, is a fantastic way to cut down on time spent on the mundane parts of marketing. This can allow you to focus more of your effort on building your brand and growing a sphere of influence. However, if you simply set up your automations and assume everything is just fine, you’ll more than likely encounter significant issues.
Without it, a business cannot sustain its daily operations and would eventually fail.
One of the most important and initial steps in sales is prospecting – which is the process of qualifying the leads who has demonstrated the desire to make a purchase decision. This step is pivotal in closing deals and as such, must be executed on time and properly to ensure success. In fact, statistics says that the first viable vendor to reach a decision maker has a 74% chance to win the deal if they manage to set the buying vision.
In this infographic, we will help you improve your prospecting process so that you can find leads that you engage with and convert into customers more effectively.
Hello Bloominari fans! It’s Amanda and I’m back with some more knowledge bombs from SXSW 2017. Today I’m sharing the best tips straight from video powerhouse Soulpancake and I can’t to get you started on making vertical videos.
SXSW brought together Soulpancake, a Pretty Little Liar, and go90 by Verizon to dish on what’s new in mobile and vertical storytelling. Before jumping into the panel attendees were treated to a pair of new headphones and an intimate previewing of Soulpancake’s new vertical video series.
After the viewing the panel settled in and schooled us on mobile storytelling. Below I share everything you need to know about mobile storytelling.
If you want to grow your business, you’re going to have to cultivate leads. Generating new leads is difficult for many businesses, but you can make it easier for yourself using survey tools. Asking your audience what they want from you is a great way to devise a lead magnet, one of the most powerful tools you can use to convert leads to your brand.
More and more businesses are realizing how vital a “customer first” mentality is to success. Business is more competitive than ever, and consumers are more discerning in how they spend their time and their money. Relevance is crucial for making an impression on consumers today. The brands that do this best are always looking for new ways to connect with their target customers, and surveys play a crucial role in improving customer relationships.