Content Marketing

Landing Pages: Where Customers Are Made or Lost

Posted by on September 5th, 2013

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In the ever-changing world of online marketing, some tried and true methods still work: sell a great product or service, be good to your customers and provide great content. This last one is tricky. As Google continues to change the rules not only is great content a factor the mechanics of how that content is displayed is a factor as well. Getting traffic to a landing page is easy, getting them to do what you want when they get there is the tricky part.

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In my last post, Inbound Marketing – Converting Visitors to Leads, we discussed what to do when someone visits your site. Simply put, if you sell a product or a service then your website needs to be designed in a way that converts visitors into customers. You want to make it really easy for them to take the next step. What is the next step? Let’s take a look.

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Unless you’ve ever done some extensive online marketing in the past or are a marketing nerd like me the term ‘Inbound Marketing’ might seem foreign to you. It shouldn’t. Simply put it’s people coming to your site from somewhere else. It could be from Google, social media sites like Facebook or other places where they find a link to your site like an online directory.

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Having a digital presence in this hyper-connected world is important, and increasingly, a larger part of that is happening on social media. This is great for brands looking to reach new audiences – but not always so great for the audiences they’re trying to reach.

Here’s why.

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Why No One is Reading Your Blog

Posted by on February 1st, 2013

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You’ve done your research, you’ve carefully crafted a killer blog and you’ve published it on your website for all to see. Unfortunately, the only people who seem to be viewing it are the other employees in the marketing department to whom you sent a link. What gives?

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