I am happy to also ask for a plug for my family’s apparel website in the opener of said post if you think this post suggestion is a good idea. Shameless I know…..LOL! But hey maybe it will get your fans to keep submitting ideas. There might be something here to channel your fan base to get us to help your business. Think it over…..You really have reached Malcolm Gladwell Tribe status. And have done a great job with that. At this point whatever you asked the tribe to do they would deliver for you.
When we say traditional marketing we mean the marketing that you are probably already used to seeing like advertisements in newspapers or magazines, on billboards or in TV commercials. Many people think that traditional marketing is the way to go so that you can build trust with customers and create a network of lasting relationships. Surprisingly enough, the same thing can be done over the internet but for a lower cost and ultimately a more successful outcome.
People will leave your website without converting into an email subscriber. But in that very moment when someone decides to leave, you have one last opportunity. An exit offer or exit email pop up will be presented to visitors at the exact moment that they attempt to leave your website. This gives you one last chance at selling an individual on your newsletter and one last opportunity to capture their email.
Creating this content can be daunting. One way to make this easier is to repurpose your existing content. For example, use common questions people ask about your product to build a “Top 10 Q&A” ebook. Or combine related blog posts into a white paper or checklist. As an added bonus, you get to update valuable content that can further draw in more visitors and spur increased engagement.
Hi Pawan, what a fantastic compilation! I know what i’ll be doing this week – checking out the items on your list! Thanks so much for sharing. My I suggest an add to your list – CrossCap Marketing Calendar Software – omni-channel marketing calendar that allows marketing stakeholders to collaborate and outline strategy, execute initiatives, and track performance in a single system. Feel free to check it out: https://www.crosscap.com/marketing-calendar
I actually do a weekly plan every Sunday. I write down 3 things I would like to accomplish in the following week and evaluate my accomplishments every week. I try to write down simple stuff I can complete. For example, I have a business providing online accounting software for small businesses. SEO is very important to the success of the website. I would spend 1 hour a day on SEO, whether it is reading articles and commenting on them or writing my own blog posts and articles. I must admit that it is nice to have a “free day” once in a while where I don’t think about work at all. Both my business partner and I find this “free day” to be very refreshing.
The key here is to ask regularly rather than just once or twice. Most of your followers only see a fraction of your posts, and you should be getting new followers every day, so it makes sense to request subscriptions at regular intervals. If you can offer some sort of incentive or even just promise exclusive content within your emails, that helps too.