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Even though the importance of content has been emphasized repeatedly, building up customers trust, the most effective strategy in advertising and marketing is content. Due to customers being wary with regards to marketing, they look for means and ways in which to connect and trust your company. What makes a customer choose your product, all things being equal over similar or the same products? Firstly, like equals trust and customers tend to choose companies that offer obvious product or service benefits as well as good pricing and would rather choose a company that provides additional informative content on the product or service advertised.
For example, if a customer had to choose between buying eye drops from company A or B, and while browsing reads a blog post on the website of company A that has provided some great content marketing strategies regarding certain problems the ingredients in certain eye drops can cause, the customer will immediately build a semblance of trust with Company A. The customer was provided with valuable and informative information from which they learned something as well as enjoyed reading the article from company A, whereas company B provided nothing of interest or value. You are proving to potential customers, that you want to provide them and educate them with informative resources, as opposed to just trying to make a quick buck. By having your own blog, this is an effective way to market your product by using informative content which in turn can be added to your overall link and strategy for the best results. Always place your focus on what the customers want. For example, you sell vitamins, your customers would want information on what the difference is between natural and organic vitamins, and if taking more than the required dose would harm them in any way, and what new or additional products you have to offer. By providing your customers with topics and points they are interested in, you not only gain their trust by also increase your sales. You can also briefly mention what you do by including a short bio that will link them directly to your website as opposed to specifically pitching your product.
Another great marketing tool when it comes to content is the e-Book or whitepaper. Create a short e-Book on “The Importance of Vitamins” for instance, that will help and inform the customer. Provide a sound resource and not blatant promotion. Then announce that there is a free e-Book on vitamins on your blog and include a link. Set up posts to Twitter and Facebook, so your new posts will be visible, and people following you will not miss these articles.
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Since marketers love a good stat, let's start this post off with one: 2567%. That percentage represents the increase in the number of martech vendors from 2011 to today. It comes courtesy of Scott Brinker, the guru of the infamous martech landscape chart and speaks to the warp speed growth the martech vendor space has seen over a very short period of time.
Among the many differing types of technologies vendors offer is of course, marketing automation – a tool that has very much come into vogue in recent years and for good reason as witnessed by a few more stats:
Rest assured there are many more such stats that support the need for marketing automation.
But with so many vendor options out there, what does a marketer need to consider when it comes to making a choice?
When marketers are looking at marketing automation tools, they need to consider both the simple campaigns and the more sophisticated ones. Marketing technology needs to support marketers in their jobs, and not make them feel like they need to go back to school for a computer science degree. Where they rely more on DIY than IT.
Here are 3 key features marketers need to look for in any marketing automation tool.
1. Campaign Management
Marketers look to marketing automation programs to run their campaigns. Welcome campaigns, nurture campaigns, event reminders. Everything you do is organized around these campaigns. Sometimes they are simple and follow a very linear course of action. But marketers are creative, and have been known to overthink things from time to time.
One of the biggest misconceptions about marketing automation is that you can set a campaign and forget it. That is not what you want to hear about a tool. Have you ever had a marketing plan change? Sometimes it happens right after you send that email. Now it’s time to scramble and reconfigure your campaign with another email and landing page. Make sure your solutions can support these real world scenarios.
2. Targeting and Segmentation
Another key component of any marketing automation program is the ease with which you can target and segment your prospects and customers. You need to be able to capture activities and actions from your owned, earned, and paid channels to target the right people with the right message. Don’t waste your time and resources on people who—based on their actions—will never be customers.
Just like a marketing team that needs to act a team to get things done, your tools need to connect with other tools, so that you can take advantage of your data to present dynamic content within emails, landing pages, and forms.
3. Lead Management and Scoring
According to a study by Ascend2, 70% of B2B marketers cite improving the quality of leads as the most important objective of a lead generation strategy. And the best way to determine that quality is through lead scoring. That’s why you bought—or are considering buying—marketing automation. So you can turn more MQLs into SALs. Every system has lead scoring, but how flexible are they? Most lead scoring models are based on elements of a prospect’s profile and their online activity—or their Digital Body Language—and responses to your campaigns. Some programs tie their lead scoring model to a single campaign.
A more flexible and sophisticated system can aggregate activity from multiple campaigns when considering a lead score. Think through your lead scoring model before getting caught in system that doesn’t support what’s important to qualifying your leads.
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Staying at par with the competition is no longer an acceptable notion in the business parlance. These days, you should be able to stay on top of the game; in any way you can and for as long as you can. It is very important to be creative in marketing your products and services in order to keep up with the growing demand for innovative information from consumers.
Buyers nowadays are looking for information on the internet and they tend to get more than just one source. They are becoming more aware of the fact that they have a wide choice in products and services in the market and that they should get all pertinent information before they make a purchase in order to get their money’s worth.
Content Marketing is rather unconventional yet clever way of advertising products and services, in a way that it is disguised as an informative piece of writing.
The first step in Content Marketing is to choose a particular topic that is useful to as many readers as possible. It is important that the topic should come across as informative as well as fresh to the eyes of the prospective or targeted buyers.
The next step is to hire a writer or writers to do the piece. The best choice will be to hire a freelance writer who will surely do the appropriate amount of research and write the piece with as much objectivity as possible. Hiring a freelance writer is also a money saving technique as opposed to retaining a staff to do this one time work.
The key to successful Content Marketing Strategy is that the articles written are backed up by sufficient and reliable data such as statistics, etc. The writer should be able to relate the data to the products and services, and make a great build up that will solicit an inevitable conclusion from the readers: that they need to purchase these products and services.
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