After some time and multiple visits to your website, you’ve finally managed to win the trust of your customers, and they ordered something in your webshop. As most of you might already know, it costs more time and money to get a new customer than to keeping him or her. So, now it’s important to make sure this new customer is happy about spending money with you and that he or she stays a happy customer.
By using marketing automation with your email campaigns, you could save yourself lots of time and money. But when done properly it might even make you more money when you start using loyalty campaigns. Let’s dive into five tips to keep your customers, the happiest customers in the world by using e-mail marketing.
For many companies who are working in the field of e-commerce, marketing automation has long shifted from being desirable to being mandatory. If you are unable to convert potential leads into prospective customers, it’s about time to pay closer attention to your marketing automation strategy. It’s the only way you can increase marketing efficiency and gain a competitive advantage.
So where do you start? First of all, find a partner who is fully competent in software engineering, and can provide you with valuable content. But finding a competent vendor is not an easy task nowadays, for the solution market for marketing automation is growing rapidly every year.
Are you tired of thinking that whenever you just write enough content, people will start putting tons of links back to you?
Of course, in the long run, people will start linking back to your content, but not everyone wants to wait that long.
We all know that quality backlinks can do wonders to improve your search engine rankings and your performance. There is tons of great content available online to show you different tactics.
So what if you don’t want to wait months, or maybe even years? How do you pro-actively get backlinks without spending long hours? In today’s blogpost, we would like to share some tactics, that can help you, so you can start seeing an increase in organic traffic coming towards your website.
Most startup founders and small business owners would love to have some secret sauce for growing their audience. For a lot of businesses, content marketing can be a great step. However when starting out it can be a very slow way to attract new customers because you still have to start building your audience.
In the beginning, it’s a slow step. It takes a lot of time to write high-quality posts and if you simply post it to your blog, you may be missing out on some tremendous opportunities for growth. We already wrote earlier about 33 ways for promoting your newly created pieces of content. But what if you want even more?
Medium and LinkedIn Pulse are becoming increasingly popular as publishing platforms. But is posting content to these platforms great for you? What are the pros and cons of (re)posting content on these, and in the future maybe even other, platforms? In this blog post, we will be looking at the advantages and disadvantages of posting content on these sites.
We started looking into the branding of your startup, we build our brand story, and we gave our company a name. In this post, we will be looking into creating the visual aspects of your brand identity.
The first thing which pops into the minds of people when talking about a brand are the visual aspects of that brand. Although we learned by now that a brand is so much more than just the visuals, it’s visuals are the items which help people to recognise you easily on a first glance.
Why Your Visual Brand is so Important
The way you visually present yourself in all of your communication is more than just merely a design. It’s a reflection of your company.
Brands who have a consistent visual identity are resonating better. This identity will, in turn, give you the benefit of spending significantly less money in the long run on your advertising and marketing materials. The less consistent you are in your visual branding, the more brands have to get their material in front of their customers to be recognised.
The visual presentation used in your communication is more than simply design; it is a reflection of your company. You want to make sure that your visual presentation speaks the same language as what’s being said in any text, audio or video. If your visual presentation doesn’t match the conversation, it’ll lead to inconsistencies in your communication.
That’s why you want to make sure that the visual representation of your brand speaks the same language as what you’re telling via your brand story in things like text, visuals, video or even audio. If the visual presentation of your brand doesn’t match your brand story, it will lead to inconsistencies in your overall communication.
You’re 99% sure that whatever it is that you’re going to build will change the world forever. And the next days, weeks, months you start building on your steps to world domination.
Then all of a sudden, it hits you: how will the world know about your “thing” when it is ready to launch and go out there? What is the name of this “thing”? Okay, the naming might be something that you’ve already come up with after hours of brainstorming and checking that domains are available, but what about a logo? What will be your unique message to the world? Do you have a unique message to share with the world?
Having a logo, and maybe even a website are already some real steps to building your brand, but these alone don’t add up to having a brand.
Any damn fool can put on a deal, but it takes a genius, faith, and perseverance to create a brand.
Your brand is everything. Your brand is how you present yourself every day to your existing and potential new customers, it’s what you have to offer, it’s who you are!
Branding is not something that just comes out of nowhere. However, it’s something you should think about and plan way before you’re even ready to start thinking about launching. Branding is an integral part of your overall marketing strategy.
Before we dive into building your brand, let’s first talk a bit about what “brands” and “branding” really mean.
Conversion Rate Optimization (CRO) is a practice that never stops. There are always new things you can try optimizing to get even higher conversions. Previous articles around CRO included “The Basics Of Conversion Rate Optimization In Three Simple Steps”, “What is Conversion Rate Optimization and Why Should You Care?”, “How To Do Conversion Optimization With Almost No Traffic”, to name a few.
However, when talking to people in our area about the potentials of CRO, we still find that there are a lot of misconceptions about Conversion Rate Optimization.
Internet Marketing today is much more challenging than ever before. Technology and tools available to everyone are getting better every day, but this makes it also easier for your competitors to start using these tools, not to mention the ever growing improvement of the knowledge of the buyers of your product. All of these end up, with making it harder to achieve your business goals.
Conversion Rate Optimization turns out, is no longer something nice to have, but it’s turning into a must for every company. A lot of marketers are a bit skeptical at first, though, about a service that sometimes sounds too good to be true. If you’re the person responsible for lead generation in your company, or if you’re running an e-commerce website, implementing different experiments and learning from the results can dramatically improve the number of leads or orders you’re generating from your site.
When implementing these processes in your organisation, you will find that although a lot of the tips and tricks online look rather easy, it’s not such a simple process as expected. If you’ve been thinking of implementing different experiments on your website, but still have a few reservations, this article will help you set some misconceptions straight so you don’t waste your time.