Marketing automation can help you turn website visits into contacts and ultimately sales.
Do you think you should be getting more calls or inquiries from you website? It makes sense visitors come to your site because they’re interested in your product or service. Marketing automation tools can help. Give us a call today, we can get you set up, provide monthly management or if you prefer, we can turn over the management to your staff and your cost will be limited to set up and monthly application fee.
Benefits of Marketing Automation:
- increase your customer database
- identify what pages / products and services are attracting visitors to your site
- capture visitor / prospect contact information
- create drip email campaigns to build and strengthen client relationships
- targeted emails to individual customers or groups
- increase leads to feed to sales
- identify who is on your website and what they’re interested in
Let us know if you’re ready to have your website drive leads your way. Call today and remember to mention the March 2016 discount of 15%.
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Get Onboard With Marketing Automation
Marketing automation services are essentially an expansion of digital in-bound marketing tactics. A customer expresses an interest in your product or service, they come to your website for more information and marketing automation tools spin creative webs to capture the prospect. From pop-ups, to forms, to email buy-ins, automated marketing is created to capture your virtual visitor…Read More…
Don’t Be Reeled In By Phishing
Tips to keep your emails and data safe:
- Be wary – Urgent calls to action, too good to be true offers, poor grammar, odd spacing, blurry logos, in emails should be red flags.
- Protect your computer – Keep your OS and other software up to date.
- Don’t click the link – If you are suspicious of emails or social media requests form people you don’t know (and often new follow/friend requests that you are already following) don’t click the links.
- Check the URL – Scammers often alter a popular domain slightly. Hover over links before clicking, often times you will see the actually links are a completely different URL address.
- Heed warnings – While online if a security certificate on a secure site (starting with https🙂 doesn’t match, read the pop-up warning and make a call instead – don’t just click through anyway
If you’re in the mid-Michigan area learn more from Nicole Rackov, Vice President with Fraud Services at Comerica Bank at the March 16, 2016 WISE event, RSVP here. You don’t need to be a member to attend.