7 Advanced Lead Nurturing Tips for Marketing - AND Sales

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Engagement with prospects is always a challenge - in both marketing or sales. It would be great to be able to send a quick email to each of our leads on an individual basis - but is this always a realistic option? Lead nurturing helps address this engagement challenge and helps deliver the right information to the right leads at the right time.

Join Mathew Sweezey, author of "Marketing Automation for Dummies," as he addresses the challenges of lead engagement for both marketing and sales teams and gives us valuable information on how lead nurturing can help solve this problem.

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7 Advanced Lead Nurturing Tips for Marketing - AND Sales

  1. 7 Advanced Lead Nurturing Tips for Marketing – AND Sales Mathew Sweezey Marketing Evangelist and Author of “Marketing Automation for Dummies”
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  3. advanced EMAIL MARKETING LEAD NURTURING CONTENT MARKETING DEMAND GENERATION Lead Nurturing Tips for Marketing - AND Sales SEVEN  
  4. Marketing STATE OF DEMAND/INTRO/2014 Author: Marketing Automation For Dummies – 2014 Is my love, work, passion, and what I think about all day every day - Mathew “Sweezey”
  5. #PardotWebinar   STATS 2013 CONTENT CONSUMER BEHAVIOR SETH GODIN SUPPLY AND DEMAND INCREASE IN CHANNELS
  6. #PardotWebinar   NASA MORE POWER IN A GOOGLE SEARCH,   THAN ALL OF NASA HAD IN TO PUT A MAN ON THE MOON
  7. #PardotWebinar   Attention Span 8 seconds
  8. #PardotWebinar   2/3 Consumer Executive Board
  9. #PardotWebinar   #1 CONTENT
  10. (FRESH) RELEVANT ENGAGING -Jay Baer (2012)
  11. #PardotWebinar   STATE OF DEMAND/STATS/2013 294 Billion Emails 2 Million Blog Posts 250 Million Photos PER DAY
  12. #PardotWebinar   ContentEngagement       STATE OF DEMAND/CONSUMERS/SURVEY CASUAL! Casual Reading! Consumer’s goal is to stay informed on their industry, profession, or topics of interest. Consistent engagement.
  13. #PardotWebinar   ContentEngagement       STATE OF DEMAND/CONSUMERS/SURVEY RESEARCH! Research! Consumer’s goal is to obtain enough information to make an informed decision. Only research in a buying cycle.
  14. #PardotWebinar   ContentEngagement       STATE OF DEMAND/CONSUMERS/SURVEY Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 RESEARCH!
  15. #PardotWebinar   EmailNurturing       STATE OF DEMAND/CONSUMERS/SURVEY GOALS   Casual Reading Research
  16. #PardotWebinar   DRIP NURTURING Problem/Goal Type  of  Drip  Program   Cold  Database   3-­‐2-­‐1 Automate  Lead  Nurturing Stage-­‐Specific  Drip Event  Pre  and  Post  Follow-­‐ups Event-­‐Specific  Drip Cold  MarkeGng  Lead  Drip 3-­‐2-­‐1 Cold  Sales  Lead  Drip Straight  Drip CompeGGve  Drip Straight  Drip Lost  Deal  Drip   Straight  Drip
  17. #PardotWebinar   #2Length of CONTENT  
  18. #PardotWebinar   STATE OF DEMAND/CONSUMERS/SURVEY Prefer content to be less than 5 pages. Only 1.7% would prefer more than 5 pages. 71% ContentStatistic      
  19. #PardotWebinar   #3Focus of CONTENT  
  20. #PardotWebinar   STATE OF DEMAND/CONSUMERS/SURVEY
  21. STATE OF DEMAND/CONSUMERS/SURVEY
  22. #PardotWebinar   #4Email  
  23. “I don’t want someone to say my advertisement is creative. I want them to go out and buy it.” -David Ogilvy
  24. #PardotWebinar   SURVEY A B   OR
  25. #PardotWebinar  
  26. #PardotWebinar   WICKED SMART 20 1
  27. #PardotWebinar   HISTORICAL EmailDesign iBuyit  
  28. #PardotWebinar   Designinthe Vernacular John,       I  missed  you  the  other  day.  Thought   this  was  something  you’d  like  to  see.     Mark  
  29. #PardotWebinar   #5Email COPY  
  30. #PardotWebinar   EmailNurturing       STATE OF DEMAND/CONSUMERS/SURVEY Subject   Copy   CTA  
  31. #PardotWebinar   STATE OF DEMAND/CONSUMERS/SURVEY 2 BestPractices SubjectLines       1 3
  32. #PardotWebinar   #6Experience wins  
  33. #PardotWebinar   EXPERIENCES vs. IMPRESSIONS
  34. #PardotWebinar   EXPERIENCES vs. IMPRESSIONS A B Received a $50 gift card and a “thank you” via email. Received a personal phone call and no money.
  35. #PardotWebinar   EXPERIENCES vs. IMPRESSIONS A B Received a $50 gift card and a “thank you” via email. Received a personal phone call and no money. 2xas many people said they would buy again from them after the personal phone call vs. the gift card via email.
  36. #PardotWebinar   #7Agile Execution  
  37. -­‐  ScoP  Armstrong,  Brainrider    
  38. *Executing BETTER, then measuring and recalibrating will always get you closer to your goal. START GOAL    
  39. QUESTIONS • What is a grit? • How would you spend 1k on video? • What beer do you brew? • Are you single? • Length of time to run a campaign? Also reach me at @msweezey  
  40. Mathew Sweezey Marketing Evangelist and Author of “Marketing Automation for Dummies” @msweezey

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