Every marketer would agree that social media has become an even bigger factor for lead generation. While platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn are incredibly powerful for content sharing, brand awareness and generating business, don’t forget marketing automation. There are several fantastic apps that can do more than just send emails. It’s all about creating and spreading good quality content, generating an interest and measuring ROI.
While having 10 000 Twitter followers is great, it doesn’t mean much if nobody engages with your brand. Knowing what content to post, how to share it and to who is essential for growing your audience. It all comes down to employing social media marketing automation tactics that will help generate leads, increase conversions and accurately measure results. Continue reading →
Marketing automation has undoubtedly grown since its inception almost two decades ago. According to the Aberdeen Group, companies using marketing automation have over a 100% better lead conversion rate and 40% larger average deal size. These numbers are nothing to scoff at as for many companies, this can mean the difference between success and failure.
Marketing automation was designed to help businesses market more effectively across all channels. When it comes to sales, competition is high in every industry but in today’s digital world, the competition is only getting tougher. Marketing automation can help deliver the right message at the right time to the appropriate audience. However, this doesn’t mean you can just sit back and do nothing Continue reading →
Modern day marketing is mostly data driven, especially in terms of Digital Marketing. And with the ability to measure, track and attribute everything, there really is no reason to do anything ‘on-the-fly’.
Web analytics tools, for example, collect and report data on how people interact and engage with your website. Understanding these metrics enables you to identify your most effective marketing channels and help you gain a competitive advantage. Continue reading →
Market segmentation is the process of dividing a broad consumer or business market into sub-groups of consumers or segments. Segmentation is based on some type of shared characteristic of existing and potential customers. B2B companies might segment according to different types of businesses or countries. B2C companies could use demographics, lifestyle, behavioral or any other meaningful data points as their segmentation strategy. Continue reading →