Many business owners and marketers see lead generation as an impossible task and often because so much is at stake. After all, the health of your business depends on those leads as they are the metric you rely on. More leads mean more sales.
The epitome of a successful marketing and lead generation campaign is achieving 100% conversion rate but let’s be honest, that’s more of a pipedream. On average, 75% of leads don’t convert into sales due to a poor lead nurturing process. The good news is, there are really good proven strategies that can dramatically boost your rates with minimal effort. Continue reading →
With so many digital marketing options, what is the secret to reaching online success? How do you effectively increase leads and sales?
Paid search advertising offers many benefits and gives your business the chance to remain top-of-mind with potential customers. This includes new visitors interested in your business or those who have already visited but not yet made a purchase. Don’t assume that customers who never converted on your site are lost opportunities; perhaps they just weren’t ready to engage. But if you don’t do anything to get them back, they may never return. Continue reading →
With the digital world growing exponentially, it’s not surprising that more than 40% of the world’s population uses the Internet in one way or another. In the right hands, finding potential customers in such a large online pool is a major advantage for any business. Effective lead generation results in a successful marketing campaign. Continue reading →
Integrated marketing is the holistic approach to communication in marketing. Whether you’re doing traditional or digital marketing, integration is the key and so is sticking to sound classic marketing concepts. It focuses on the importance of a consistent, seamless and multi-dimensional brand experience.
Integrated marketing essentially uses a variety of marketing channels and tactics to achieve the business’ goals. Some channels are listed below:
Traditional advertising – print, TV, radio, billboards
Social media – Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Instagram, Google+, YouTube