Inbound marketing is great. You create content. You drive traffic to your website. You convert some of that traffic and sell your products and services. But… The reality is that it’s harder than ever to get a first-page Google result and drive organic traffic. Content marketing is becoming ferociously competitive. Organic reach on social media channels is continuing to decline. So if you too have noticed that inbound marketing just isn’t enough anymore, you’ll need to give it that extra push to get the results you’re after. And that’s where outbound email marketing comes in.
The reality is that you typically don’t sell on social media channels but you can generate sales from social media if you implement a full end to end process. Our PRISM 5 step framework is a process you can use to improve social media conversion. In this article we’re going to outline the 5 step framework and step through example tools you can use for each step of the process. Here’s PRISM: To build your PRISM you need to have great process, content and the right tools. For every step of PRISM there are different tools that
Are you struggling to get results with your blog? A blog can be a huge source of traffic and can help attract a large audience to your sales funnel. But if you don’t know the process, techniques and tools for blogging, it can be a waste of time We recently ran a joint webinar with the Marketing Tech Blog and shared a blogging course that is getting amazing results with our customers so we are sharing this with you. The course is an online course which is available 7 days a week and 24 hours a day.
A blog can be a great source of traffic to your website, but it’s time consuming to create blog posts and we don’t always get the results we want. When you do blog, you want to make sure you get maximum value from it. In this article, we’ve outlined 5 tools that will help improve your results from blogging, leading to more traffic and, ultimately, sales. 1. Create Your Imagery Using Canva An image captures your attention and if you don’t capture the attention of visitors to your blog they won’t read it. But creating