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This week. I'm sourcing articles on strategies that help you to engage and learn from your target audience.
As I continue to gather feedback from readers to answer the questions that you have for your businesses. If you have questions or topics that you would like to have covered simply reply to this email.
For those that like to skim for relevant articles of interest. Here is a list of what you can expect to see.
- 12 of the Best Facebook Post Ideas for Facebook Lead Generation
- 10 eCommerce Trends All Online Shop Owners Need to Know in 2021
- 10 Ideas for Getting More User-Generated Content
- We can grasp valuable insights from pricing experiments
- 33 Free Online Design Tools for Creating Stunning Visual Content for the Web
- How to Relate to Your Audience with Empathy in Content Marketing
- Social listening for brands and agencies: What, why, and how?
- 50 Questions You Must Ask to Evaluate the Quality of Your Website
- Atlanta Apparel (Jun 2021), Atlanta USA - Trade Show
Featured in this week's "Questions Business Owners Are Asking".
How To Identify The Lead Generating Strategies That Fit My Business
Questions Business Owner Are Asking
How To Identify Lead Generation Strategies That Fit My Business
Lead Generation is a pivotal part of any business not just surviving but thriving. It is an ongoing process.
We all know that we need it but not necessarily what will work best for us. There's nothing but gurus and articles on lead generation tactics.
The reality is that it depends on your budget, time, and experience. There are no cookie-cutter strategies that are guaranteed to work for your business.
What you're looking for is a combination of tactics that fit your budget and resources. What you can do consistently without pulling away from your ability to service your customers.
Trial and error can cripple a business's budget. How do you find the ones that work best for you?
It may seem like an oversimplification but the answers can be found with your clients and target audience. You find this out by asking the very people you want as customers.
Surveys are a great way to narrow down where your ideal customers and target audiences are. Their preference to how they want you to communicate with them.
For those that have attempted surveys but didn't get a lot of responses. Consider incentives. The information that you gather is worth the investment.
Amazon gift cards, discounts on future purchases. There are options that you can use that won't tap your pocket. While helping your gather necessary information.