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Inbound Marketing for Nonprofits: The Key to Acquiring Qualified Leads

Jo Lynn Deal
Recently, we helped build a marketing strategy for a nonprofit client who serves battered women. One of our primary objectives was to help them grow an email list of ideal prospects. We used an inbound marketing strategy in our efforts - here's how it worked.
Inbound Marketing for Nonprofits: The Key to Acquiring Qualified Leads

3 Inbound Marketing Insights You Need to Know

JohnMBeveridge
Inbound marketing, on the level it's done today, just wasn't possible prior to the digital age. Technology was the key limitation. Advertising on TV, or in your local newspaper, for that matter, had to paint in broad strokes. You could look at demographics and do your best to plan, but ultimately you had no way to connect with customers individually.
3 Inbound Marketing Insights You Need to Know

Complete Strategy for a Successful Lead Nurturing Campaign

tamarabaranova
How does lead nurturing work, from start to finish? In this article I will share an effective strategy to find success in your inbound marketing campaign.
Complete Strategy for a Successful Lead Nurturing Campaign

Utilizing Lead Nurturing to Convert Leads into Customers

Kevin Page
Lead nurturing is not an end goal but rather an ongoing tactic that allows you to leverage content to more deeply connect with your target audience, and by doing so, to more efficiently convert leads into customers and brand advocates.
Utilizing Lead Nurturing to Convert Leads into Customers

10 Signs You Should Invest in Inbound Marketing

Psyfreak02
There has been a subtle but definite shift in the way companies use the internet, social media and other marketing channels, and also in the way that people search for what they need. Using inbound marketing tactics has helped many businesses succeed where others have failed. If you feel like your business is suffering, have a look at our checklist and see if it's time to make the switch!
10 Signs You Should Invest in Inbound Marketing

Stop Cheating Yourself! Why Your Social Media Must be Optimized

Brian Hughes
It is important to align your content to be optimized and equipped for social media engagement. But a warning to the wise. Keep the URLs simple and don’t change them too much.
Stop Cheating Yourself! Why Your Social Media Must be Optimized

SEO and 11 Years of Google Algorithm Updates

chadpollitt
It’s taken Google many years to get its search engine where it is today. SEO is not something you do anymore; it’s what happens when you get everything else right. SERP success is now a trailing indicator of good PR and inbound marketing.
SEO and 11 Years of Google Algorithm Updates

So Your Offer Flopped. What Will You Do About It?

Randy Milanovic
Just because you want to offer something doesn’t necessarily mean your audience wants it in return. There has to be an almost perfect match between what you’re giving and who you’re giving it to if you want people to trade their information for it.
So Your Offer Flopped. What Will You Do About It?

Outbound Marketing the Inbound Way

Kevin Page
Many companies fail to understand that inbound and outbound tactics can coexist under a single integrated strategy. Here are four ways you can leverage inbound methodology to improve existing outbound marketing initiatives.
Outbound Marketing the Inbound Way

Conversion Is the New Black

LorraineBall
Like most women I have lots of black items in my closet. In the web design world, SEO (Search Engine Optimization) has been the “basic black”, but it is time for a new addition to your basic web wardrobe. Move over SEO, it is time to focus on CRO (Conversion Rate Optimization).
Conversion Is the New Black