Traditionally, companies price products and services using basic information like product cost, competitor pricing, perceived value of the product from the customer and demand. With big data, you can use many other factors to make pricing decisions. For example, you can use data from completed deals, incentives and performance-based data. Big data emphasizes making pricing decisions as granular as possible, particularly in the business-to-business (B2B) sector, as each deal is different from the next.
Back in the early days of email we were more worried about choosing the perfect username than we were about marketing. In fact I distinctly remember being more stressed over forwarding a chain email to five other people, because it’d somehow improve the chances of my high school crush declaring their passionate love for me, than I was about whatever newsletter found its way into my inbox.
SalesPanda helps you create SEO ready content using its Content Editor which provides industry ready editable templates for case studies, brochures, articles, blogs etc .Each such content when created and uploaded on SalesPanda gives you an additional page on your website. Blogging, using SalesPanda is simple as you can use blog templates and insert relevant keywords in the blog to generate inbound traffic. These blogs,can be organized by solution or service areas as well as industry for better browsing and search.
Optimove’s retention automation platform leverages proprietary customer modeling technology to help marketers at online companies maximize the value of every customer. The software helps Internet businesses convert more leads, increase customer spend and engagement, reduce churn and win back more lost customers. By affecting customer behavior through highly-relevant, personalized offers and incentives, Optimove helps businesses -- including clients like Conduit and GetTaxi -- understand customers and maximize revenue.
Setting your goals should rely on the knowledge you glean from reviewing your metrics. Study your Google and social analytics to help you determine the attainable and realistic aspects of your goals. For example, getting “more” likes for your product’s Facebook page is desirable, but it’s not a particularly SMART goal. Getting 100 new Facebook likes within three months, however, is much SMARTer.
Use a reactivation campaign to gauge whether non-responsive subscribers are still reading (just not clicking through or tracking open rates), or if they’ve truly decided to opt out. An example from MarketingProfs is shown here. The language you choose can play a big role in how successful these campaigns are, so be sure to split-test a few versions to maximize response.
I won’t lie to you, it does take a fair amount of preparation and time to build your authority up to this point. But I guarantee you that if you start implementing the exact same tactics that I’ve listed here, you’ll immediately be able to increase your conversion rate and start building one of the most important resources you’ll need as an entrepreneur.