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  • 1. Inbound Marketing 101 eBook Inbound Marketing, is synonymous with the concept of permission marketing, term coined by Seth Godin. It is also loosely interchangeable with content marketing. But whereas content marketing includes offline content, such as custom magazines and conferences, inbound marketing is 100% web-based. What is Inbound Marketing? “Inbound Marketing is about creating and sharing content with the world. Inbound Marketing takes advantage of this dynamic by tapping into what our customers are naturally looking for on the web: high quality content. Inbound marketing uses this to pull them into a value-laden marketing process.” 2013. www.landerapp.com. All Rights Reserved. We Y Landing Pages | 2
  • 2. The eBook Chapters 1. The End of Interruption Marketing 04 3. How to Use Social Media to Start Conversations 17 2. How to Use Blogs to Create Customers 4. Why do You Need Email Marketing 5. Why do You Need Landing Pages 6. Special Gift for You! 2013. www.landerapp.com. All Rights Reserved. 10 23 28 34 We Y Landing Pages | 3
  • 3. 1 THE END OF INTERRUPTION MARKETING 2013. www.landerapp.com. All Rights Reserved. We Y Landing Pages | 4
  • 4. THE END OF INTERRUPTION MARKETING Inbound Marketing 101 We Can No Longer Interrupt Our Customers The traditional “interruption marketing” of the last century no longer works. Now our customers and prospects look to achieve their own goals, not the goals of a monolithic media monopoly. They use the web as their personal library, encyclopedia and research database all rolled into one. The Inbound Marketing Process Hubspot breaks down the inbound marketing process into four stages: Attract, convert, close and delight. You take customers from know, to like and to trust. You convince them to try out your product or service and then buy from you. Finally, you provide such excellent service they become repeat customers and finally become brand supporters and start to refer customers to you. We like to define the inbound marketing process as follows: • Answer your customer’s questions • Start a conversation with your customer • Establish a deeper engagement with your customer • Partner with your customer • Your customer becomes your advocate 2013. www.landerapp.com. All Rights Reserved. We Y Landing Pages | 5
  • 5. THE END OF INTERRUPTION MARKETING ATTRACT STRANGER CONVERT CLOSE LEADS VISITORS Blogs Social Media Keyword Pages Inbound Marketing 101 Call to Actions Landing Pages Forms Contacts DELIGHT CUSTOMERS Email Workflow Lead Scoring CRM Integrations PROMOTER Social Media Smart CTA Email Workflows Answer Questions Customers who are browsing the web are there to get answers to questions. How do I bake an apple pie? Where can I take my child to the specialist? We anticipate these questions and provide answers to their questions by way of blog posts, our web pages, optimizing our content to the keywords that our customers are typing into Google/Bing/Yahoo. When we answer our customers’ questions, we satisfy their mission when they went on to the web. They are looking for answers, and we give them answers. We also begin having a conversation with our customers. Start Conversations Our web pages should not be filing cabinets. Every word on every page should be part of a conversation our customer is already having in her head. We do the same thing on social media, but this time the conversation is real. We do this through our blog, our videos and our podcasts as well. This is where we start interacting with our customers, getting them to like us and to trust us.The conversation helps us understand them, and helps them understand us. It also leads us into a deeper engagement with our customers. 2013. www.landerapp.com. All Rights Reserved. We Y Landing Pages | 6
  • 6. THE END OF INTERRUPTION MARKETING Inbound Marketing 101 Deeper Engagement By convincing our customers to subscribe to our newsletters, become members of our “members-only” websites, follow-us on social media, or call us, we establish a deeper engagement with our customers. This is the point where they start to trust us and believe that we are looking out for their best interests. They become our fans, start to share our content, and start to look for ways to start a commercial relationship with us. Commercial Relationship Saying that our customers become buyers is to minimize this part of the inbound marketing process. Our customers enter into a commercial relationship with us by purchasing our product or contracting our services. But this is where the relationship begins. We use tools such as CRM, surveys, customer newsletters and customer appreciation gestures to turn them into regular buyers of our products or services instead of one-time buyers. We also want to turn them into advocates. 2013. www.landerapp.com. All Rights Reserved. We Y Landing Pages | 7
  • 7. THE END OF INTERRUPTION MARKETING Inbound Marketing 101 Become Advocates By delighting our customers, we turn our customers into advocates. This is when they refer us to their friends and family. We help them by establishing formal processes that enable them to do that while gaining a reward for doing this. We also continue to provide value by providing them with educational content that helps them get the most out of our product or service. We use our newsletters, social media, blog, events and webinars to provide more value to our customers, and help them become advocates for our services with their network. 2013. www.landerapp.com. All Rights Reserved. We Y Landing Pages | 8
  • 8. THE END OF INTERRUPTION MARKETING Inbound Marketing 101 The Tools of Inbound Marketing Let’s learn how to use each one of the following tools and how they fit into your Inbound Marketing Strategy: Chapter 2: Blogs Blogs are a common entry point for your prospects: you can answer their questions, start the conversation, and drive a deeper relationship by gently leading them to subscribe to your email newsletter. Chapter 3: Social Media Social Media is where many conversations start, and how you can use social media to start answering your prospects’ questions, and leverage those conversations into a deeper relationship. Chapter 4: Email Newsletters When they are ready to let us into their inner sanctum (their inbox) and have a deeper, more engaging relationship with them, we’re ready with our email newsletters. This is where we drive that deeper engagement. Chapter 5: Landing Pages Our landing pages serve to move the relationship from one stage to the other. We often use landing pages to answer questions and start conversations by offering special reports or free eBooks for download. 2013. www.landerapp.com. All Rights Reserved. We Y Landing Pages | 9
  • 9. 2 HOW TO USE BLOGS TO CREATE CUSTOMERS 2013. www.landerapp.com. All Rights Reserved. We Y Landing Pages | 10
  • 10. THE END OF INTERRUPTION MARKETING Inbound Marketing 101 How to Use Blogs to Create Customers Inbound marketing starts with the questions that your customers are asking. Your goal is to answer their questions and become a valuable resource for them. Then you enter into a conversation with your customers, which eventually leads to deeper engagement, a commercial relationship, and then you finally create advocates. But you’ve got to get to the first step. 7 Steps for Answering your Customers Questions Blogging can be either a big waste of time or the most effective marketing tactic on the planet. It all depends on how you approach it. These seven steps are not a comprehensive list, but based on our experience we believe it can provide you with a pretty solid foundation to get your inbound marketing process started. 2013. www.landerapp.com. All Rights Reserved. We Y Landing Pages | 11
  • 11. THE END OF INTERRUPTION MARKETING Inbound Marketing 101 1. Find Out What Your Customers Are Asking The internet has enabled us to search for the answers to our eternal questions. And we, you, your customers, always have questions. All the time. • How can I become more successful? • How can I lose 10 pounds? • How can I make more money? • How can I start my own company? • How can I market myself on the internet? You’ve probably identified at least one question you’ve asked yourself and Mr. Google in the last month or so. We all have similar questions. If you’ve done your homework and created the personas that represent your ideal customers, this part will be a little easier. If you haven’t developed your personas yet, We would suggest you do that first, because each type of customers will have a different set of questions. For example, if one of your personas is a new mom, some of her questions would be: • When can I start feeding my baby solid foods? • When will my baby start focusing her eyes on my eyes? • How can I cure her colic? • Do I need to feed my baby anything else in addition to breast milk? 2013. www.landerapp.com. All Rights Reserved. We Y Landing Pages | 12
  • 12. THE END OF INTERRUPTION MARKETING Inbound Marketing 101 You can probably come up with a list of 100 questions for a new mom, or whoever your persona is. But how do you find out what questions they’re asking? Interview somebody who is representative of your ideal customer. Find out the answer to some of these questions: • What are their fears? • What are their secret hopes and dreams? • What frustrates them? • What keeps them up at night? These words are really important. Write them down to use in your blog posts. Take those words and feed them into a keyword tool, such as Google AdWords Planner tool, (and there are other tools you can use as well). Keyword tools will let you know the terms that people are actually searching on Google. 2. Answer Your Customers’ Questions The keywords you just researched are the words your customers use to ask the fundamental questions that are driving their activity on the internet right now. Your challenge is to answer the questions they’re asking. Many bloggers make the mistake of writing articles that talk all about themselves, their products, their company, or their opinions about the world. That’s a mistake that can kill your chances of succeeding. The most successful blogs focus on their customers, and in helping their customers solve the problems and challenges that are weighing them down every day. Answer their questions without selling them your product or service as a solution. Your customers are not in the mood for a pitch at the moment. They’re in the mood for scratching an itch. Give them the scratch to calm that itch. 2013. www.landerapp.com. All Rights Reserved. We Y Landing Pages | 13
  • 13. THE END OF INTERRUPTION MARKETING Inbound Marketing 101 3. Write Really Valuable Blog Posts or Articles But it’s more than just writing blog posts that answer your customers’ questions. Don’t dial it in. In other words, don’t just write a half-hearted article that looks like it should go on About.com. Your goal is to write blog posts that answer your customers’ questions so thoroughly, so well, so entertainingly, that your customers will love you for it. Your content should be fantastic. Your content should be epic. It should be remarkable. I can hear your objection now: why should I give away such valuable content for free? Answer: because the competition is already doing it. 2013. www.landerapp.com. All Rights Reserved. We Y Landing Pages | 14
  • 14. THE END OF INTERRUPTION MARKETING Inbound Marketing 101 4. Use Your Customers’ Keywords The keyword research you did in step one will come in handy for this step too. Our customers are on auto-pilot. When they get to a page they’re in a hurry, looking around for evidence that their “scent” is taking them to the right place. Their behavior is often not very logical. If they don’t quickly see the keywords that are on their mind they will leave quickly. Even if they were to slow down and realize that your blog post really does answer their fundamental questions, they won’t do that. They’re on auto-pilot. Tiles Sub-headlines First Paragraph 5. Use Your Customers’ Language In addition to using your customers’ keywords, if you’ve done your persona research correctly, you also know the language your customers use. What do I mean by language? Each industry, tribe or interest group has its own vocabulary. Your challenge is to find out what that vocabulary is and use it in your blog posts. Researching personas is one day to do this. It also helps if you’re in the same group as the tribe you’re writing for. Why is this important? Success with blogging comes not only by answering your customers’ questions, but by connecting with your customers on a deeper level. You want them to know that you understand them. When you use their language, they realize you get it. It’s emotional. It’s visceral. 2013. www.landerapp.com. All Rights Reserved. We Y Landing Pages | 15
  • 15. THE END OF INTERRUPTION MARKETING Inbound Marketing 101 6. Maintain a Schedule Part of becoming your customers’ friend and confidant is being reliable. You’ve answered their questions, now you’re getting them involved in a conversation. Your next step is to keep the conversation going by becoming a habit for them. Maintaining a schedule is the way to do that. You can blog every day, or every other day, or you can blog twice a week, or even once a week.The frequency doesn’t matter – the regularity does. This is important as you start to build trust with your customers. Regularity builds trust, but the flip side is probably more important: irregularity destroys trust. When you’re unreliable you damage the trust you’ve built. 7. Share Your Content Where Your Customers Are Sharing your content on social media is a box you have to check off. You need to do it. It’s a minimum requirement these days.The best way to share your content and gain exposure to more potential customers than you could possibly do on your own is to contribute guest articles. Take out and dust off the valuable persona research you did, and identify where your ideal customers hang out on the web. They usually have their favorite blogs, online publications, magazines, podcasts or video channels. If you’re absolutely confident you have high-quality content to share with these sites, approach them and offer to share valuable content their audience might like (no selling, and don’t dial it in). n 2013. www.landerapp.com. All Rights Reserved. We Y Landing Pages | 16
  • 16. 3 HOW TO USE SOCIAL MEDIA TO START CONVERSATIONS 2013. www.landerapp.com. All Rights Reserved. We Y Landing Pages | 17
  • 17. THE END OF INTERRUPTION MARKETING Inbound Marketing 101 3. How to Use Social Media to Start Conversations Social Media is the place where so many people go to ask questions of their friends, family and acquaintances. We are starting to go to our social networks before going to Google to ask the fundamental questions about what we should be buying, or to find solutions to our problems. The admonition “Let me Google That for You” is becoming a less effective come-back as people prefer to trust their friends and connections for information rather than Google. The obvious social networks are Facebook and Twitter. But LinkedIn Answers is a functionality within LinkedIn specifically designed for this. And Quora was created solely for this purpose. In his brand new book “Youtility,” Jay Baer talks about the rise of “Friend-of-Mind Awareness,” which has surpassed “Top-of-Mind Awareness” and “Frame-of-Mind Awareness.” 2013. www.landerapp.com. All Rights Reserved. We Y Landing Pages | 18
  • 18. THE END OF INTERRUPTION MARKETING Inbound Marketing 101 “…companies are competing against real people for the attention of other real people. To succeed, your prospective customers must consider you a friend.” How can you succeed in this environment? How can you become your customers’ friend and compete against their other real-life friends and family? You need to become valuable! 2013. www.landerapp.com. All Rights Reserved. We Y Landing Pages | 19
  • 19. THE END OF INTERRUPTION MARKETING Inbound Marketing 101 1. Use Social Media to Listen to What Your Market is Asking The beauty of the explosive growth of social media is the proliferation of social listening tools. Google Alerts was one of the earlier entrants into this space. While not really a social listening tool, it provided us the ability to “listen” to blog posts, web pages, and tweets according to pre-determined keywords you wish to track. Then tools such as Hootsuite, TweetDeck and others appeared. They let you to monitor, in near real-time, conversations on Twitter, and then expanded to the most common social networks such as Facebook, LinkedIn and Google Plus. By setting up alerts for keywords or questions related to your industry or product category, you could find out what is on your target audience’s mind. The mistake companies make, however, is when they answer questions with an invitation to come “try us out.” That’s just a sales solicitation to prospective customers, and will get you blocked. 2013. www.landerapp.com. All Rights Reserved. We Y Landing Pages | 20
  • 20. THE END OF INTERRUPTION MARKETING Inbound Marketing 101 2. Bring the Conversation on to your Blog We discussed the importance of blogging as a way to generate leads. But the question is: why bring them on to your blog if you’re already doing such a great job of answering their questions on social media? Because in this new world of ubiquitous content, your customers want to find out as much as they can about the topics that are interesting to them. Answering questions on Twitter or Facebook is limited, because the nature of social networks is transitory. We log on to Facebook or visit our Twitter stream because we want to quickly see what our friends are saying and doing. It’s not the place to provide detailed, in-depth answers to your questions. But if your prospects want comprehensive information that answers all the questions they have about a topic they’re interested in, they will go to your website. Gently ask your prospects to visit your blog to learn more. And please, don’t invite them to visit your product sales page. Your prospects are still in “question mode.” They are looking for information. They want to start a conversation about their problems and goals, not about your product or service. 2013. www.landerapp.com. All Rights Reserved. We Y Landing Pages | 21
  • 21. THE END OF INTERRUPTION MARKETING Inbound Marketing 101 3. Social Media and Your Blog Social Media listening tools provide you with an unprecedented inside view into your prospects’ thought patterns. Use them to learn about your customers’ wants, desires, and problems. Then use social media to be friendly, helpful and provide them with valuable information. Become their friend, and do what friends do: help them. Once you’ve answered your customers’ questions, don’t push it. Don’t try to sell to them, don’t push your product down their throat. But do provide them with an opportunity to find out more. Lead them to your blog – your blog should be an in-depth, information-rich resource that helps answers your customers questions. Again, don’t use your blog to push your products. Use it to start your conversation. One last word of advice: you need to adopt the value mindset. The value mindset is the attitude that you’re here to provide value to your prospective customers before they even become customers. Try to help them, don’t sell them. When you approach your customers with the value mindset, everything else will fall into place. n 2013. www.landerapp.com. All Rights Reserved. We Y Landing Pages | 22
  • 22. 4 WHY DO YOU NEED EMAIL MARKETING 2013. www.landerapp.com. All Rights Reserved. We Y Landing Pages | 23
  • 23. THE END OF INTERRUPTION MARKETING Inbound Marketing 101 4. Why do you need Email Marketing With the explosive growth of social media and smartphones, it’s surprising that email marketing is still such a popular choice for marketers. In fact, Jay Baer of Convince and Convert cites this statistic about email marketing: “People who buy products marketed through email spend 138% more than people that do not receive email offers.” Email is where you want to lead your customers if you want to create a profitable relationship with your customers. It’s where you can ask your prospects to become customers. We’ve put together five steps to help you implement a successful email marketing program as part of your inbound marketing cycle. The five steps are... 2013. www.landerapp.com. All Rights Reserved. We Y Landing Pages | 24
  • 24. THE END OF INTERRUPTION MARKETING Inbound Marketing 101 1. Choose the right Email Marketing tool Choosing the right email marketing tool can be a daunting task. There are many companies who can provide the automated tools you need to personalize emails, guarantee deliverability, provide tracking, ensure CAN-SPAM compliance, and others. Here are a few must have features for your checklist: A. Email list segmentation You probably have more than one type of target persona. By segmenting your lists to based on these personas you can deliver personalized content that is relevant and timely to the right people at the right time. B. Easy template design The continued evolution of user experience design has made drag-and-drop template editing a must-have feature. Launch different campaign types. Would you like to send a traditional weekly or monthly email newsletter, or would you prefer a social media / email hybrid campaign? Your email marketing tool should allow you the option to send different types of campaigns based on your audience and your needs. 2013. www.landerapp.com. All Rights Reserved. We Y Landing Pages | 25
  • 25. THE END OF INTERRUPTION MARKETING Inbound Marketing 101 C. Comprehensive reporting Your email marketing tool should provide you with a full-range of reporting options so you can optimize your campaigns and improve conversions. These are some of the essential features you should look for in an email marketing tool. It bears repeating: there are many email marketing tools on the market – one that we recommend is Doppler. 2. Encourage subscriptions by offering something of value Our customers can block us or send us to the spam folder at the simple click of a button – and lately consumers have been sending commercial emails to their spam folders with alarming frequency. The only way to send emails today is to get your prospects to subscribe. And the best way to do that is to give your prospects an incentive like special reports, case studies, eBooks, white papers and free apps are some of the popular offers to convince prospects to subscribe. 3. Keep a regular schedule of valuable and promotional content Frequency is one of the keys to establishing a successful commercial relationship, because you can only establish that relationship over time.Finally, email is the best way to offer promotional content, so make sure to invite your prospects to try your product, your special offer or your free trial with dedicated promotional emails. 2013. www.landerapp.com. All Rights Reserved. We Y Landing Pages | 26
  • 26. THE END OF INTERRUPTION MARKETING Inbound Marketing 101 4. Send your email subscribers to a Landing Page Our customers can block us or send us to the spam folder at the simple click of a button and lately consumers have been sending commercial emails to their spam folders with alarming frequency. The only way to send emails today is to get your prospects to subscribe. And the best way to do that is to give your prospects an incentive like special reports, case studies, eBooks, white papers and free apps are some of the popular offers to convince prospects to subscribe. 5. Test your Emails If you chose the right email marketing tool, you’ll have immediate access to statistics about how effective your emails are. Test anything that can possibly affect the open rate and clickthrough rate of your emails: Subject line, Offer, Body copy, From line, Day of week delivered, Hour of the day delivered. Email Marketing, The Wave of the Future. Despite the proliferation of social media, email marketing is and will continue to be the most effective online sales tool available to marketers. it is the perfect delivery mechanism for valuable content that is precisely targeted to your customers. It’s also the perfect vehicle for asking for the sale. Prospects expect an offer from you via email, whereas they’re a lot less forgiving of offers they see on social media or on your blog. But remember: email marketing is part of your integrated Inbound Marketing cycle, and should be complemented by your blog and social media outposts. n 2013. www.landerapp.com. All Rights Reserved. We Y Landing Pages | 27
  • 27. 5 WHY YOU NEED LANDING PAGES 2013. www.landerapp.com. All Rights Reserved. We Y Landing Pages | 28
  • 28. THE END OF INTERRUPTION MARKETING Inbound Marketing 101 Why You Need Landing Pages In this very informative Ebook on Inbound Marketing, we’ve given you a virtual truckload full of practical, useful tools you can deploy. Tools that can catapult the results of your marketing campaigns through the roof, if used properly. And for this final channel we are going to talk about landing pages – what they are, how they can benefit you and your company and some great tips that will help you gain more value from your landing pages. 1. What is a Landing Page? “A Landing Page is any page on a website where traffic is sent specifically to prompt a certain action or result.” Source: Copyblogger 2013. www.landerapp.com. All Rights Reserved. We Y Landing Pages | 29
  • 29. THE END OF INTERRUPTION MARKETING Inbound Marketing 101 You use a landing page to push a specific offer: You can use a landing page to prompt page visitors to download your latest White Paper or special report in return for their email address and other contact info. Or you could use a landing page in an online e-commerce situation to make a sale right there. The action you prompt your landing page visitors to take will be a very specific one. It will affect the way you set up your landing page – the content and headline you use, the images you select, etc. 2. A Highly Targeted Approach Often, marketers think in terms of driving traffic back to their websites, and this is important. But there are times when it’s much more advantageous to drive traffic to a highly targeted, customized landing page instead. Consider this scenario as an example: You own an online store that sells vitamins and other health supplements. You set up a series of PPC ads that talk about special organic vitamins for middle aged men. Your goal is to drive traffic back to your website where you hope they will then find your “online store” page, find the specific product you mentioned in the PPC ad, and make the purchase. 2013. www.landerapp.com. All Rights Reserved. We Y Landing Pages | 30
  • 30. THE END OF INTERRUPTION MARKETING Inbound Marketing 101 The problem is that there’s a very good chance the people who clicked on your PPC ad will go to your site, get distracted and give up trying to locate the vitamins they were hoping to find. This is a “double whammy” for you. You have to pay for the click, and you miss out on the sale. Ouch! Instead of driving the traffic from this PPC ad back to your very generalized health and nutrition website homepage, why not drive it to a clean, simple, hyper-focused landing page that has only one product – the one they are interested in buying?! Based on this example, do you see how a landing page could help you increase your conversion rates in your PPC campaigns? Do you see how it could decrease the number of times people click on your ad and end up not buying anything? 3. More Landing Page Benefits Here are some additional benefits you can enjoy when you leverage the power of landing pages in your inbound marketing campaigns: • Compared to the typical homepage, where it’s common for the reader’s attention to wander, properly executed landing pages help you focus your prospect’s (usually very limited and scattered) attention on your offer much more effectively • Do you have multiple products you sell and multiple audiences you want to reach? You can employ multiple highly customized landing pages with specifically targeted content • Increased conversion rate (not just for PPC, but for organic search, email and social media marketing also) 2013. www.landerapp.com. All Rights Reserved. We Y Landing Pages | 31
  • 31. THE END OF INTERRUPTION MARKETING Inbound Marketing 101 • In order to increase your conversion rate, you’ll want to engage in conversion optimization. A big part of this is testing the different elements on your landing page – content, headlines, images, etc. Cutting-edge landing page software makes testing very easy for you. 4. Best tips to create ultra-effective Landing Pages Your content is one of the most critical parts of your landing page and your marketing in general. You want content that is brief and to-the-point. You want content that grabs and holds your reader’s attention. • Keep your sentences and paragraphs brief. • Use bullet points – a great place to list the benefits of your offering. • Have a specific call to action – tell the reader exactly what you want him to do while he is on your landing page • Have a strong, eye-catching image that is relevant to your message • Keep your landing pages uncluttered and focused only on persuading your reader to accept your offer. • Don’t add anything that would distract him from doing what you want him to do. • DO NOT add your website navigation buttons to your landing page • On every landing page you set up, include a form that allows you to capture the reader’s contact information 2013. www.landerapp.com. All Rights Reserved. We Y Landing Pages | 32
  • 32. “Tactics without strategy is the noise before defeat.” Sun Tzu Permission Marketing http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Permission_marketing Inbound Marketing http://www.hubspot.com/inbound-marketing Marketing Process http://www.ducttapemarketing.com/blog/2009/09/28/the-easiest-way-to-explain-the-marketing-process/ Email Marketing Tool http://sales.fromdoppler.com/lander Landing Page Ultimate Guide http://promos.landerapp.com/ebook Landing Page Templates http://landerapp.com/new-templates/ Copyblogger http://www.copyblogger.com/landing-pages/ Seth Godin Site: http://sethgodin.typepad.com/ Convince and convert http://www.convinceandconvert.com/email-marketing-advice/5-rules-for-safely-using-the-awesome-power-of-email-marketing/ The Inbound Marketing Company http://theinboundmarketingcompany.com.au/inbound-marketing-plan-free-ebook/
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