You spend time and effort creating content offers like ebooks, presentations, whitepapers, and more, and if you create great personas, do your marketing correctly, and put together an enticing offer, your prospects will share their contact information with you to get it. In the process, they become leads in your funnel. Then what?
There's been some debate about what to do once your leads have signed up. Should you send a Thank You message, or should you use a Thank You page? Inbound marketing organizations from Aweber to Hubspot agree, Thank You pages are the way to go.
There are two important trends today’s eCommerce businesses need to be aware of. First, eCommerce is increasingly a mobile and app-based experience. Second, email marketing performance is declining as spam filters improve and users become “ad blind” due to the deluge of marketing emails hitting their inboxes every day.
This adds a new level of challenge for your marketing efforts - one tactic to consider is linking yout retargeting and lapsed user email campaigns together with social media outreach in order to boost your lead nurturing strategy.
Lead magnets are content offers that entice your visitors to share their contact info in order to download them.
We recently wrote an article on how to create lead magnets that win clicks and influence customers - in that piece, we covered how to make lead magnets which provide value to your target audience. But we got so many good questions about the supporting structure that lead magnets require - and they do require a lot of supporting structure.
Facebook now offers a lead-generation video ad that incorporates a call-to-action button during the video to encourage viewers to fill in their personal details. The platform is also boosting its lead-generation offerings by letting marketers duplicate forms and edit questions across pushes.