Fannit, an inbound marketing company in the Seattle area, has just released the website seattleinbound.com. They are excited to announce that they will be will be serving customers online marketing needs on the newly developed domain.
Inbound Marketing is a new process design and SEO agencies alike are seeking to re-brand. The goal is to re-tool digital companies to be able to face the ever changing marketing needs of businesses for the digital future.
In the last ten years consumers have changed the way they search for companies. According to Hubspot, a marketing automation software company, 54 percent of B2B will search the web for more information before making the decision to purchase a product or service. Considering new technologies like mobile devices make it much easier for consumers to search at point of interest, it’s important that companies understand how to leverage the digital space to communicate with their customers/clients.
The agency has helped over 80 different companies in over 50 different improve their digital marketing. The company focuses on serving service based and cloud based companies alike. Some of their clients include eCommerce, Software-as-a-Service (Saas), local services and more.
They’ve provided customers with significant returns on investment. One customer reported that they’d received 495% increase in organic traffic as well as a 112% increase in volume of leads in one year.
Most companies who take their marketing budget to Inbound Marketing tend to double their ROI in the span of a year as opposed to more traditional sources of advertising like outbound call centers, print and billboards.
Fannit helps companies with simple Inbound Marketing strategies that gain significant returns. Businesses who would like to learn more about their services can visit their services page here. The internet marketing agency uses tools like SEO, Content Marketing, PPC, Web Design, Conversion Rate Optimization and Press Release. Their down to earth marketing strategies help business owners demystify conversion paths to greater ROI through data driven iterative methods.
Get a free consultation with the Inbound Marketing Company today to see if going digital makes sense for your business.
Have you ever been approach to do lead generation for your business? Lead generation is not a bad thing. There’s many companies who find huge success in buying leads from lead gen internet marketers. However, it’s important to recognize that buying leads is different then building your brand online. Doing content marketing online is like building an organic system of referrals for your business.
You know how it works. If you do enough business with the right customers they’ll be your organic team of sales people that will provide you with more high quality leads and frankly… quality over quantity always wins. Recently, I was discussing this problem with a Lawyer who said he was tired of receiving crummy leads from his lead gen company. Sure, they had tons of leads but they were taking up too much staff time just trying to get them to a place where enough would convert to make it worth their time (leads not closing into sales).
If you’re thinking of increasing your monthly lead volume through a lead aggregation provider then there’s a few things you should consider.
- Are you the only company receiving the leads? – Exclusivity is important! If you’re not the only one receiving those leads then you’re going to call a bunch of frustrated people. The classic example is someone who is looking for a service who fills out an online form and then gets bombarded by 10 companies looking to provide them services… do you really want your brand attached to this? Make sure you’re the only one getting those leads.
- Have a trained call center – These won’t be your typical high quality leads you get from organic sources. So, be ready to deal with a little bit of push back from people. Make sure you nail down your scripts and figure out right away how to keep people’s attention so you can lead them down the sales funnel.
- Utilize a nurturing campaign for all leads – These people may not all be ready to buy now. You need to have a nurturing campaign ready to go so that you can keep in touch with prospective leads to draw them further down the funnel.
Buying leads is tough. One warning I’d pose to you regarding organic vs. buying leads is to consider whether the financial investment into buying leads is worth it compared to building your own brand organically online. Imagine if you created your own brand lead generation system instead of buying from someone else through SEO.