After determining your ideal buyer personas, you can figure out how and where to target them. What channels will really grab their attention? Everyone is online, all the time, whether at their desks or on a mobile device. It’s important to know where and how your potential clients use social media and other sites, so you can market to them more efficiently.
The web is a real estate game. If you want to successfully market your business online, you need to cost-effectively maximize your Web “footprint.” You should start by maximizing your real estate in the search engine results because search engines are one of the few advertising channels where you can cost-effectively put your business directly in front of people with interest and intent. Every page of your website, social media site, niche blog, industry directory, etc. is another piece of real estate capable of converting visitors into leads.
By being on my newsletter or autoresponder, it’s an investment of time on the part of my subscribers. It’s my job to provide valuable content to give them an ROI on that time invested. When I’m confident I’ve done that, it makes sense to say “You’ve put in time and gotten value from what I’ve given you. If you now put in time and money I’ll give you even more value.”
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Your list should be your total collection of contacts, so you should only need one overall list. If you still choose to create multiple lists, be aware that lists are independent of each other. They don’t share data or contact information. For example, if [email protected] is in two of your lists, we count that as two people. It’s almost always best to have a single list, and use our list organization tools to separate and manage contacts.
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There are a number of companies that provide Web site analytic tools to help you determine who is doing what on your site. Popular products include WebTrends, WebSideStory HBX, Omniture SiteCatalyst, Coremetrics and FireClick. These tend to be costly, so make sure you need all of their features and support. You can set up the products to provide helpful metrics, including:
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You've probably noticed some funky build strings pop up on BuildFeed lately. That's because a Microsoft employee posted them on BuildFeed. For those interested parties, don't bother coming to me. I have no IP logs, I have no "inside" insight as to what our mutual friend has been up to. Could you find out who it is? Sure, just look on Twitter and see who was posting build tags ahead of BuildFeed. He's not been remotely discreet and he handed out the strings to plenty of others before BuildFeed accepted them.
So true! It may happen fast or be like my project which has taken a year to get a solid picture of. I kept seeing glimpses and shadows, but couldn’t find the info. i needed to put the puzzle together. I have to say that Teaching Sells has been a real catalyst for bringing it about, even tho I am still pretty archaic tech-wise. It is coming, one step at a time.
It used to be you would have only one lead magnet on your site and that was sufficient. However, today your content and nurture sequence need to be highly relevant to the exact solution the person is actively looking for. By creating a content upgrade that is specific to a highly-targeted piece of content that is getting lots of attention helps you to raise that relevancy and turn more visitors into email subscribers.”
These are terrific. One bit I’d like to add: I look forward to a time when we add a facilitation piece, not just a content push piece. We have devoted centuries to getting in, getting seen, finding buyers. But we come in at the last point of the buying decision path – when they make a solution choice. There is so very much hidden from us (consensus issues, systems issues, people issues) that have little to do with our solution and everything to do with their ability to buy without internal disruption, and current marketing capabilities are not addressing this. It’s not hard to get to buyers at their first idea and help them assemble their entire buying decision team. But we’re not doing it. I look forward to the time when we do.
Blogging is one of the most powerful internet marketing channels available. According to a study conducted by HubSpot, marketers who have prioritized blogging are 13x more likely to enjoy a positive ROI. Businesses who have prioritized blogging receives, at least, 55% more visitors, 97 inbound links and have 434% more indexed pages on search engines.
People don’t give their email address away willingly. They don’t want to “sign up for your newsletter.” When websites or applications require their email in order to proceed, they roll their eyes. With these strategies, even if you get their email address, you’ll never keep them engaged. And unless you’re engaging those customers, then those email addresses aren’t doing anything for you.
I had also felt the same things which spurred Matthew to create a blog that contained actionable material. At that time, guest blogging was in much vogue with established sites like Problogger, Copyblogger, Johnchow accepting filler content in the name of guest posts. If 6 posts went live each week, 5 of them would be guest posts with rehashed content.
If you decided that you want to buy 2,512,596 visitors, it would cost you $125,629.80 if you paid 5 cents a visitor. If you bought 41,142 links from a service like Sponsored Reviews at a rate of $20 a link, you would have spent $822,840. And that wouldn’t even give you high quality links. We naturally got our links from sites like Huffington Post and Forbes.”
The most successful marketers track everything. They know how many people see their ads. They know how many people click on their ads. They know how many people visit their website. They know how many people join their email list. And they especially know how many sales their business makes. When you know all these numbers, making money becomes a science. Track everything and know your conversion rates. This way, you know exactly what return on investment your marketing dollars will bring you. Incremental improvements to your conversion rates can yield significant increases to your bottom line.
But affiliates can be very guarded when it comes to their mailing list, we can’t blame them because we jealously protect our own email list too. When it comes to asking someone to promote you over their highly valuable email list you have to make sure that you’re offering them and their audience something that’s worth their time. Which is why we we strove to make sure our lead magnets were as valuable as possible so that their audience wouldn’t see this cross-promotion as spam, but something that’s worth their time.