Messages — 2017 was the year of introducing chatbots to businesses. Facebook is really trying to be a pioneer in this and so far they are succeeding. This type of ad encourages people to send messages to your business. With the Facebook Messenger SDK, you are able to create a bot which will show users content based on what they have messaged you. For example, you can give them some kind of discount, show them a carousel of products, play them a video etc. If you don’t have a chatbot you will have to chat with the user yourself. This has proven to be a very profitable Ad type for many advertisers.
But the best part about it is that it’s automated. Waffle can actually create and move the cards for you, based on the work done in Github. Trello doesn’t work that way, and this can be a huge timesaver.
Encourage Your Company To Respond On Your Page — Post social content onto your Social Media platforms and encourage your company to engage with the content. Comments, Likes, and Even Sharing your pages content will increase the brand of your business. If your Facebook Page post something about your product, and a customer asks a question on the Facebook page reward your employees for answering them correctly. Having your customers, and employees engage on your Social Media has huge upside.
From a sales point of view, nurturing is a particularly good option for lukewarm leads – contacts who have engaged with your site or campaigns in a passing sense, but aren’t quite ready to be approached with a direct proposition.
I find that on training courses, the tools I recommend to help marketers are always popular, especially the free tools… At a course I was asked for a list of “essential tools” for digital marketing, so here they are…
Nurture lasting relationships by showing customers you appreciate their support. Marketing automation helps you reach out to first-time shoppers to thank them for their patronage. Or, reward your top spenders with discounts triggered by their shopping behavior.
Constant Contact – Design professional-looking emails, grow and manage your email list, and track results. In addition to email, Constant Contact offers tools for social campaigns, online surveys, and more.
When creating content for an online audience, the length and quality of your content can make a big difference in how many people see and interact with it. In this post on Blogger Sidekick, Will Blunt discusses the concept of a content anchor and how it could help your online marketing strategy.
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Quill by Narrative Science – Powered by Advanced Natural Language Generation, Quill is an intent-driven system that automatically transforms data into Intelligent Narratives at scale, in conversational language anyone can understand. @narrativesci
As we grow more digitally-driven, the physical community of neighborhood commerce is giving way to more fluid and larger communities online. Even brick and mortar companies are now global participants. Digital marketing offers a way to move beyond your field and into the world at large.
Although you can spend thousands of dollars on high-tech cameras, editing software, and lighting equipment, your smartphone camera is good enough to capture a that will do the trick. To edit your video, you can use free downloadable software if your laptop or desktop computer doesn’t have one built-in.
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92% report improving their qualified Lead pipeline as a top organisational goal. Followed by Customer retention (81%) and Lead/Pipeline velocity (Nuture, edication and price insulation) with 66% – LeadMD “The 2016 Marketing Maturity Benchmark Report” (2016)