Year in and out, email marketing delivers top marketing ROI: over $44 dollars generated for each dollar spent.
Email is that “always on” line of communication that lets you respond on a dime to your prospect’s interest, and tailor your communications based on what they want, and what they do.
Best of all, it’s ridiculously easy (and affordable) to experiment with a variety of approaches to find what works best for your business.
Not everyone who searches for your product or service, or responds to your ad, is ready to buy right now. But that doesn’t mean they’ll never buy from you.
Sales funnels help you stay engaged with those people who aren’t buying yet. Because when they are ready, you want to be at the top of the list.
Get Better Leads
If you’re laser-focused on building your email list, or driving more traffic to your sales page, you have the wrong goal.
Do you want to chase after people who weren’t that interested in the first place … or bring in more people who are genuinely interested in your products and services?
Would you rather have more leads, or better leads?
Optimize your Toolbox
Texting. Phone sales. Email marketing. Customer service and CRM systems.
They’re all part of the explosion of sales and marketing tools that make technology more accessible for small and medium-sized businesses.
Sometimes, the choices (and the technology) can seem overwhelming. What’s the best fit for your business? Are you getting everything you should from your current systems? Is it time to upgrade – and if so, what’s the best fit for my business?
That’s where we come in.
Where of technology and strategy combine to streamline your sales and marketing process, reduce errors, and continuously improve results.
It’s the “always on” brains managing your email marketing, lead conversions, sales enablement, and customer success programs. You can automate email or text updates for your customers, assign tasks to your team, and track sales & marketing goals.
The best blog post isn’t going to reach someone who listens to podcasts. Your perfect video won’t convert a prospect who never clicks “play.”
Here’s the good news: you don’t have to be an expert at podcasting AND video AND blogging. Your podcast content can be used in an eye-catching video, and converted into blogs, emails, AND a series of engaging social posts.