Blog post frequency to Customer Acquisition … more frequent blogging = more customers from blog.
Last, after a very fragmented beginning for social media in Europe, with geographical divergence in the popularity of varied platforms like Bebo, MySpace and ASmallWorld, Facebook is emerging as a leader across the continent. With almost 100 million European users, Facebook is the number one social network #1 in the UK, ranks as the second most visited site in France, after Google, and is growing in Germany and further east. That is great news for inbound marketers who adopt social media as a key engagement channel. Instead of trying to be present on all possible social media platforms, European marketers can start with Facebook and one or two local or vertically specialized social networks relevant to their audience.
The use of social media and company blogs as marketing tools not only gets your company better brand exposure, but it also generates leads that result in real customer acquisition. - 57% of those using company blogs have acquired a customer from a blog-generated lead.- Similarly, 57% of companies using LinkedIn have acquired a customer from that channel.
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Needs more images … Do you have an image of where you are presenting next …Or tweets / emails of folks who follow you?
Measure by source … and measure by campaign … combining your most effective channels with your most effective tactics brings the most bang for buck and you should know what they are … Results Speak Louder than WordsMeasuring success with HubspotOrganic traffic growth visual (attached to email)Tracking our competitors in HubspotDiscovering keywords with Hubspot and targeting them in blogsThought Leadership status within a huge industryGot attention of SAP, a Fortune 500 giantInbound Marketing > Twitter > Lead > $$$
Survey participants were asked to classify each lead generation category as “below average cost,” “near average cost,” or “above average cost.” Businesses consistently ranked inbound marketing channels as having costs lower than outbound channels. PPC was the only inbound channel that was ranked among the outbound channels. - Blogs, social media and organic search maintained the top slots as least expensive. - Blogs had the highest instance of being reported as “Below Average Cost:” 55% of companies who blog indicated leads from this channel were “Below Average Cost.”
This graph shows the percentage of users who rated the channel as either “critical” or “important” in 2009 and 2011. - Company blogs are increasingly valued. The blog is the channel most frequently reported as critical or important, both in 2009 and 2011.- YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter are also increasingly important. Facebook and Twitter gained an additional 18%, and YouTube gained 20%.
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2. IBMers are personally responsible for the content they publish on-line, whether in a blog, social computing site or any
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