Are you practicing SEO… without the “engines” of CRO?
What is it that you want to achieve with your company website? Is the end goal the sheer glory of seeing your web appear high in the search engine pages for random keyword phrases? Or perhaps the c-suite execs push for numbers – the more people that arrive at the site each month, the better?
Of course not.
Search engine rankings and number of visitors are meaningless unless they convert into leads or clients. Even if the only goal of the website is to provide information, it is still desirable that the visitors that land on the site have an interest in the topic and their path through the site to find the information they seek should be productive.
The point of the website is to have visitors interact with it in one or more of any number of pre-determined conversion goals. SEO gets the visitors to the site but CRO gets them to interact with it and hit those conversion goals. (more…)
Smart eMail marketing campaigns still rock… and A/B testing improves results.
Everyone is looking for ways to keep their prospects engaged and move them closer to a sale. One way is creating an email campaign, for inquiring minds that want to know! A/B Testing and Conversion Rate Optimizing your emails that are sent out to your prospects go hand in hand to increase your conversion rates. .
How do you know if your email is grabbing your prospects attention? A/B testing is best way to go, and guess who offers an easy solution? (more…)
Content Marketing = Publishing, and Publishing takes time, not to mention social media work. That’s why the Webdirexion team is always looking for efficient tactics for the marketing Battle, and today I’ll tell you about five B2B content curation tactics using two interesting services.
Note that we are also using a custom domain name tactic for our new Scoop.it curation site — we bought B2BContentMarketingTactics.com and routed it there.
First, what is curation as a Content Marketing tactic? Content curation is a general tactic whereby you search for the best content online in your niche, industry, and area of focus, then cull it together and usually provide value added by including your own summaries to position yourself as a thought leader (similar to what museum curators do). A recent article in Forbes gives more thoughts on how content curation has gone mainstream. There are a number of specific tactics and techniques, including (more…)
Opportunities for Health Marketers to pick up their game? You bet. Last week I wrote about five ways to perfect your internet marketing funnel to engage targeted prospects and move them toward becoming customers, and now I want to specifically apply that thinking for the health marketing field. We have several clients in this industry, and I am attending the Health Summit of Content Marketing in Cleveland next week and have been doing some research on same.
Four funnel marketing goals…
In general, medical and health B2B companies need to get more comfortable in boosting social connections and using content marketing tactics. To see what I mean, below, we’ll look at a couple of medical/health companies that will be in attendance at the Health Summit — BioEnterprise, and Cook Medical.
Webdirexion uses the marketing tactics from circles at left above to pull target personas into the four goal path in your marketing sales funnel at right.
I’ll tell you why I believe they need to focus their marketing better on the following four goal steps in the marketing funnel (more…)
There are a number of internet marketing agencies out there all with slightly different strategies and tactics. At Webdirexion, we like to focus on a smart mix of tactics crafted to pull your specific target personas to your site, then through the “internet marketing funnel” to desired business goals. How do we do this? Let’s take a look — with a focus mostly on B2B marketing methods.
We always start with your business outcome goals. These include download of case studies, signups for enewsletters, filling out contact forms and always lead toward a sale. Then you need a keen understanding of the personas that will make a buy decision. For example, some of our clients must persuade a CFO plus a mid level manager, plus an end user (who makes recommendations) to consider then buy a product or service. And buyers are at different stages in their search process — from just realizing they need a solution, to evaluating competitors, to (more…)