According to a Campaign Monitor study for every dollar spent on email marketing, the average return on investment is $44. With a return like that, it’s no wonder why digital marketing is the best way to market a business! Email marketing is exactly what it sounds like. You as a business send emails out to your subscribers in order to convince them to buy your product or service or follow your brand. It’s like writing letters to your potential customers except with email you can see how many people have opened your “letter” and who has clicked links within your email.
In other words, asking people for something as soon as they land on your page is annoying and a bit assuming. The goal of lead capture is to invite people who like what you’re doing to come back. This is why I set my popups to show up between 20-40 seconds after a visitor has arrived. If a visitor has been reading your content for more than 20 seconds, he or she is interested in what you’re saying and probably intrigued to know who you are.
Woah. This is a great list! Must have take ages to make. I think you should add DrumUp (http://drumup.io/content-discovery-social-media-management-tool) to your list of Content Curation Tools. It’s a free tool that is great for finding content related to your keywords. It also lets you schedule curated content or your own posts on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.
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.
Probably the biggest reason why digital marketing has overtaken traditional marketing is that you as a business have the ability to track your customers every move online. This provides you with a wealth of data to analyze so that you can make adjustments in your digital marketing campaigns. With other forms of traditional marketing like radio or TV there is no way of knowing who saw your ad and who converted because of it.
To get more Web traffic and leads, you need to continually optimize your visit-to-sale conversion rate. The more effective your company’s sales process is, the more marketing options you have. If all other things are equal (average revenue per sale, gross margin, etc.), a company that converts twice as many Web visits into leads can afford to pay twice as much per click or visit. Being able to pay more per click or visit allows you to bid higher in the PPC listings and spend more on SEO—both of which ultimately result in more traffic and leads.