Sales funnels are a powerful way to nurture prospective customers toward buying a particular product or service. The first stop in most sales funnels is the landing page. It's helpful to understand what makes a landing page different regular pages on your website. Your businesses website is about everything while a good landing page is about one thing. The goal is to drive traffic to the landing page that only includes consumers who need that specific product or service. No distractions, just meet their need. Therefore a good landing page is a problem, a solution and the opportunity to have that solution on one page!
Watch this video to see a great landing page example that includes all of the above!
How are you using landing pages and sales funnels? I'd love to hear your success stories. Feel free to comment below and leave example links! happy marketing.
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Marketing is not just about seeing to it that a business is found by prospective customers. Today's marketer has to respect the need to show those prospective customers what they need to see to choose their business over competitors. The way to do that today is for business to cultivate the best reputation among the competition in the marketplace. Aand great online reputation is the credibility piece of this simple equation.
A businesses online reputations never been more important than it is today. There have been dozens of studies on the subject on the percentages of consumers the reviews before making a buying decision. They all put those numbers somewhere between 88% and 97% of consumers who reviews before buying. It makes it clear that a business that ignores this trend does so at its own peril.
Watch this episode of "Secret Sauce". It is about online reputation.
Millennials represent every businesses next-generation of lifelong customers. It's reported that 97% of online reviews to judge businesses they're willing to trust. that makes the key to winning this generation over getting online reviews from each and every customer. The good news is that getting reviews is not difficult, contrary to what many businesses have come to believe. The key to getting online reviews is as simple as asking for them. The simplest approach is to send an e-mail to customers that include a request, for review, appreciation for their business, and include links to two or three sites like Google, Facebook or yelp. The downside is that simple approach is you might invite bad reviews that go public before you realize that the customer was unhappy. So a more effective system is asking for feedback using a private page that you can build out of readily available online surveys and tools. When a customer gives four or five-star feedback, you can set it up so that they're given the chance to leave what they wrote online, where you need them. And it's a good idea to give them at least three choices in the question will choose the one that they use. Again, that could be Google, Facebook and Yelp.
Take a look at our free training "7 steps to 5 stars" which shows you all the steps necessary for building a system that will allow you to get reviews from your customers on autopilot.
We found that local business listings are one of the most misunderstood and therefore underutilized tools in the marketing tool belt for any local
business. When you understand the role that local business listings play for prospective customers as well as for search engines seeing to a businesses online listings becomes high-priority! To understand the power local business listings it's helpful to look at them through the lens of an age-old success formula, that's worked since the beginning of time.
Watch this Episode of Secret Sauce, To get the details!
A business owner joins the Chamber of Commerce, a BNI chapter or goes to local meet up groups.
It's a little more complicated!
Local business listings, like Bing, yelp, Yellow Pages, Yahoo, Superpages etc. have two things in common;
Visibility is achieved by using them properly in two different ways. The first is obvious the second not so much!
Here's where credibility comes in an unexpected way. What many business owners don't realize is that Google is the source of their own data. This puts them at risk as a trusted provider of credible information for being wrong if the data they have is wrong. Google uses these other local business listings to verify the accuracy of the business information in a Google my business page. Every time it finds an exact match, that is more credibility for that business.
Here's an example:
Is your business like Business A or Business B?
If the answer is Business B, Here's some help. Click here and you can download the spreadsheet of the top 60 Local Business Listings, that will help you claim and optimize all of your listings for an exact match to Google my business! help yourself, it's a free download.