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Acquisition

How to acquire more customers? How to attract the right people? These posts are all about data-driven approach to customer acquisition.

Updating Content: Process and Results for CXL

The traditional blog format—regular, sequential publishing of diary-style entries—no longer makes sense for most businesses. To be honest, it never did.

A B2B website that educates potential buyers isn’t a personal “weblog.” It doesn’t toss out unsubstantiated opinions. It doesn’t age the same way. The earliest articles may cover the most valuable topics, but our throwaway content culture lets older posts rot.

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9 B2B Instagram Marketing Strategies (w/ Examples)

Some 73% of Millennial workers are involved in B2B purchase decisions, and 85% of that group uses social media to research products and services for their companies.

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Twitter Conversions: 7 Steps to Generate More Clicks

Twitter is always a highly recommended social media channel to promote your brand online. But it’s not easy to build a following. It’s even harder to persuade followers to click through to your site—and convert.

Indeed, historically, Twitter traffic has had one of the lowest conversion rates compared to other social media giants. Yet Twitter can be a reliable source of both clicks and conversions.

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Facebook A/B Testing

Having a well-thought-out plan for A/B testing Facebook ad campaigns is essential if you want to improve your performance reliably and consistently.

And the more you test, the better. A study of 37,259 Facebook ads found that “most companies only have one ad, but the best had hundreds.”

A/B testing Facebook ad campaigns can get complicated quickly (and easily produce invalid results). Spending the time upfront to perfect your testing process and structure will go a long way.

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How to Use Negative Keywords (Especially Broad Match)

It’s said that, “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” In the case of Google Ads, it’s a bit more like, “a few hours of research is worth hundreds of thousands of dollars.”

Negative keywords are easy to overlook, but they can be critical to finding your target market with PPC.

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How to Scale Organic Traffic (Without Writing a Million Blog Posts)

In-house SEOs and consultants alike are routinely challenged to find new opportunities to expand organic traffic. But the classic approach of researching new keywords then writing articles for those that match your domain strength doesn’t work for all sites.

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Lead Magnet

More than 95% of your visitors won’t buy anything on their first visit. They’re either just browsing, still in the research phase, or not entirely sure your offer is what they need. It takes time to build trust, instill confidence, and build a relationship.

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Ridiculously Effective Technique for Online Lead Generation

An average website has a sales conversion of 1% to 2%. So it’d be fair to say that on most sites more than 95% of visitors don’t buy anything—especially on their first visit. So instead of trying to sell them right away, we should capture leads (i.e. emails) instead.

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“Best Practices” for Link Building Don’t Work. This Does.

Five years ago, I was trying to build links—and failing.  In fact, I was failing so hard that I had to work without getting paid while building only a couple of links a month. 

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Banner Ads Suck (and How to Make Them Convert Better)

Back in 2013, Nielsen reported in its “Trust in Advertising” study that online banner ads are the least trusted form of advertising among consumers falling even behind traditional ads like in the newspapers or magazines. A few years later, Bannersnack reported that 54% of internet users don’t click on banner ads because they don’t trust them.

In fact, display ads have a click-through rate of just 0.05% (across all formats and placements). Certainly not encouraging.

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How to change your marketing during and after the crisis

The world has already changed. Your marketing should too.

Check out our Live Panel series with experts in four different industries.

These leaders will discuss how to navigate uncertain times in SaaS, eLearning, Ecommerce, and the agency landscape.

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