Your business needs leads to survive. Once you have a website, attracting qualified prospects to it is the next challenge. That's where inbound marketing comes into play.
"Inbound marketing" is the umbrella term describing a marketing approach that focuses on creating exceptional content that earns the attention of qualified prospects and brings them into your sphere of influence. Your content is what converts visitors into leads, and leads into customers. Over time, by delighting your customers you create brand evangelists who in turn introduce you to more qualified prospects.
Inbound marketing's foundation is exceptional, remarkable content which you then share with the world.
The tools of the inbound marketing trade are:
Each of these tools has its place in the inbound marketing sales cycle. Planning a successful inbound marketing campaign means understanding how each of these tools is used and moreover, how they work together to communicate your value to your prospective client.
I often remind business owners that whatever field they are in, if they are truly professionals in that field, they have forgotten more about their chosen field than most people know. It is incumbent on business owners or those responsible for marketing their businesses to convey their value to prospects by sharing their knowledge and expertise. The tools of inbound marketing are what you use to demonstrate your value.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is Inbound Marketing?
Inbound marketing is a system that encompasses and informs all your online activities. It ties together your website, social media platforms, blog, email marketing and analytics and helps you gain insights on what works and doesn't work for your business. Using this approach will also highlight strengths and weaknesses of your products and/or service, possibly resulting in other changes to your business.