Many marketing concepts and principles we utilize today are from long before the internet was ever around (although there is a debate regarding this matter). What’s important to note, if you are of the old concepts and principles camp, is that those same concepts must be redefined and then applied into our current online marketing strategies. Khalid recently wrote a post about the AIDA model, which is a 1920’s marketing concept. The post demonstrates that old marketing concepts still hold, however, its important to adapt the concepts of pre-online marketing and sales to our ever-changing online arena.Read More
Did you know E-mails are 40 times more effective in acquiring new customers as compared to Facebook or Twitter? 73% of marketers believe that e-mail marketing is core to their business and 59% of marketers plan to increase their e-mail marketing budgets in 2015. That’s incredible. We have this and other scintillating facts in our infographic, “Email Marketing – Statistics and Trends” Check it out.Read More
It’s always assumed that having the correct value proposition should be a no brainer. Afterall, what could be so difficult about crafting a 10-word statement that sets you apart from the rest of the competition? But it’s a challenging exercise. How many businesses stick out in your mind with the level of desire you have for the company (products or services they offer); and the exclusivity of what they have to offer?
A quick refresher: What exactly is a value proposition: Value Proposition is the promise of value you deliver by defining the problem you solve and clarifying why you are better than the alternatives. …Read More
Online marketing should NOT re-invent the wheel. Seems simple enough. The same principals that have been developed for traditional marketing and copywriting should be studied, implemented and on the web.
While many companies are attempting to convert more of their visitors into customers, true and meaningful long term relationship is about persuading these visitors to do business with you. The difference is not just in semantics; it is about how you think about your business, how you approach your marketing and the kind of a relationship you have with customers. You want a good conversion framework that can shape …Read More
Video-based content is easier to grasp, and provides entertainment apart from product education. No wonder more and more businesses are leveraging video-based advertisements on channels such as YouTube. 74% of all internet traffic in 2017 will be video-based? 52% of marketing professionals worldwide name video as the type of content with the best ROI.
Check out our infographic, ‘The State Of Online Video Advertising – Statistics And Trends’ for an in-depth look at digital ad spends, digital ad channels and their popularity and several other relevant facts.
Infographic by- Invesp conversion optimization
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Ask for the sale. It’s basic sales practice. Unless you are McDonald’s, your customers will not likely line up to spend their money with you. Don’t expect the customer to make a buying decision purely on the merits of your offer. Ask for the sale.
In advertising, asking for the sale is known as a call to action. It’s the third step in the basic model for most advertising:
Highlight a problem Present a solution Call to action
Here’s a simple example in ad copy:
Got a nasty headache? Aspirin relieves headache pain fast. Buy some today.
But, regardless …Read More
A retailer’s dream is the customer that comes to their site with credit card in hand and highly motivated to make a purchase. This customer will likely be the one to overlook some major FUDs causing elements on your site (Fears, uncertainties, and doubts), cause they’re ready to buy! But, hold on, there are two key aspects to this customer that you need to remember:
Make sure it is indeed really easy to buy and they don’t have to go searching for your “buy” button. Make sure they have a …Read More
You’ve read on these pages before about the benefits of a marketing model that focuses on repeat customers to turn them into brand advocates for your ecommerce.
Now an analysis by Adobe Digital Index confirms major, bottom-line advantages to paying more attention to your repeat customers.
The analysis used data from 33 billion visits to 180 ecommerce sites in the U.S. and Europe. The numbers reveal a strikingly disproportionate emphasis on attracting new customers versus keeping existing customers:Read More
(Adobe defines returning purchasers as those who have made one previous purchase, and repeat purchasers as those who have made multiple …
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