Picture this… Your company has successfully used inbound marketing tactics to increase traffic to your website. Cool, it’s working!
But, there’s a problem…
Your website has a bunch of visitors, but those visitors are not effectively converting to leads.
They came, they saw, they conquered, and they left your page without giving you their information.
If your only goal is to get eyes on your site, congrats, you’re finished! I’m willing to bet, however, that your organization has a product or service that you want people to buy.
Am I right?
So, how do you get those valuable visitors to cough up their info, thus becoming leads that you can nurture for further contact?
With the age-old principle of reciprocity, of course!
Continue reading to find out how your business can leverage the principle of reciprocity to generate a lot of valuable leads…
With the right sales investment and CRM product, your company can maximize sales activities. Professionals who use this technology can do twice or three times the work of professionals who solely rely on old-school prospecting methods. Companies that invest in and strategically use CRM systems can monitor marketing activities, assign value to marketing and sales activities, and measure true ROI. Have you maximized your CRM to improve your bottomline?
In today’s world, to succeed in content marketing, you must go far beyond your company’s website and blog. Inbound marketers already know the importance of meeting their consumers where they are at… And now, they are doing it with decentralized content. Decentralized content distribution can enhance online visibility and future-proof your business. Learn more with Frank Cowell’s tips.
Whether they like it or not, marketing and sales teams must work together to support the bottomline of their company. An effective way to break down silos between marketing and sales and improve ROI is by creating a service level agreement. SLAs commonly support vendor relationships, but they can enhance in-house activities, too. Frank Cowell outlines how to create a SLA and tips for improving marketing and sales collaboration.
Most companies list ‘Organic SEO’ at the top of their priority list for inbound marketing projects. Today, organic SEO matters more than any other marketing activity, because without visibility, brands cannot expect to earn leads and close deals. Improving your organic SEO does not have to be a shot in the dark… Follow Frank Cowell’s actionable, systematic solutions for boosting your organic SEO and gain online visibility.
The goal of all business owners is to essentially create either a product or service to sell to a growing client and customer base with the hopes of turning a profit and expanding geographically, through the employee base, or otherwise. Now, there are many different barriers-to-entry precluding the way to becoming a successful business. Most businesses will have to learn to face competition, unless they have an extremely niche profession like a “Steel Drum Tuner” or “Olympic Curling Coach”. Learn the basics of the Unique Selling Proposition and how it can help separate you from your competitors — Jaime Nacach shares three examples you have to read.
Today, customers’ relationships with brands have evolved. This isn’t about companies talking at them – it’s a dialogue between buyer and seller. The conversation is taking place online, be it on websites or social media platforms, and is taking place in real time, with customers all over the world. And every brand now has as it’s pet, the content monster. John Sutton breaks-down how you go about satisfying the cravings of this hungry beast.
Prospecting is a changing area in sales. Sales representatives can no longer rely on cold calls, door-to-door sales, and their knowledge of features to close a deal. Instead, they must work closely with marketers, parse data, and use advanced communication skills to build relationships with qualified leads. From HubSpot’s State of Inbound 2016 report, we share 5 actionable tips for overcoming prospecting challenges so you can win more business!
There’s been a lot of finger-pointing on both sides of the political aisle since Donald Trump became our President-Elect. But as a marketer, I’m more focused on one aspect that hasn’t received the attention it deserves – voter turnout. There are several lessons here; ones that transcend political party affiliations. So, as marketers, let us all take a deep breath and consider these four lessons…
Attending Inbound 2016 was one of this year’s highlights for me, for sure. Of course, I couldn’t miss Gary V’s kick-off keynote. As usual, Gary delivered the goods. If you didn’t attend Inbound 2016 or you attended, but you missed Gary’s keynote, take some time out of your day and watch this! WARNING: In true Gary fashion, you’ll hear plenty of F-bombs, including, but not limited to the word “f#(kface.” True story.