While there are great opportunities for generating leads and conversions via social, it takes work and effort to get to that stage. Here are three tips to help you develop your social selling capacity.
The purpose of a lead magnet is to inspire the people who are consuming your content to get on your email list. In this post, Barry Feldman explains the details of an effective lead magnet, and how to construct one.
Most B2B content marketers strive to generate leads through content marketing. The degree of success is largely influenced by the strategy. In a recent podcast recording with Guillaume Decugis, CEO of Scoop.it! we looked at the three pivotal elements of lead generation through content marketing.
This survey is particularly interesting because they talk with a significant number of SMBs to generate the results. Their conclusions were crystal clear: local search is where the action is at, and the lowest ROI was from display and Bing ads. Let’s review their results:
The strength of a business’ online presence is often indicative of their ability to maintain established customer relationships, while also engaging new potential customers. Inbound marketers therefore must expend much of their time and effort implementing channels that drive traffic to their websites, relying on landing pages built to convert leads into paying customers.
If you’re not getting leads from Linkedin, you’re doing something wrong. Over the years, my associates and I at Click Intelligence have tested various approaches to see what works and what can be thrown away in the weekly trash. What did we find? The following key components make up the perfect formula for having a Linkedin Profile that’s a Lead Generation Machine.