Marketing Strategies Podcast Episode 34 Product Review and Deep Dive: Mailchimp Email and CRM System. Regardless of the CRM system you choose (and there are a lot out there), include Mailchimp in your warehouse of marketing tools. We love Mailchimp because, out of all the systems we have tried, they are the simplest to use, constantly add new features and benefits, their support is out of this world and the pricing is perfect for startups and established businesses.
On today’s episode we are going to dip our toes into the world of recurring revenue streams and how to market your business for steady growth year after year. You can’t plan for the future if you can’t count on a certain amount of revenue today. So join Audrey Kerchner while she breaks down the grey areas where business and marketing strategy meet and how to develop a steady income for growth.
As we come to the holiday season, there are so many ways to tailor your email marketing to your customers. One of the best ways to do this is through an email campaign series, which you can use around Thanksgiving or Black Friday, or even around Christmas. These emails are great for sharing offers, bundles, or even special sales with
When it comes to marketing, people often think of several aspects of a company’s image: social media posts, color schemes, logos, or even slogans. But many people do not recognize the more significant trends in their brand’s decisions and how these deeply affect customer growth and loyalty. A good brand will keep its image consistent, and often customers flock to
What is the difference between planning vs actual marketing execution? Today we are talking to Miriam Wilson, an independent insurance broker, of Colorado Insurance about just that! Miriam explains how she’s using word of mouth, organic reach and paid ads to make a difference in her two-year-old business and how you can do it too.
What’s up, business owners! This is part 2 of Getting More Revenue From Existing Customers Using A Segmentation Strategy. If you haven’t listened to part 1, go back, listen, and take action. In part two, we divided into categorizations and give you a general idea of which ones work best for which types of companies and where to really apply pressure.
On this episode of Inkyma’s Marketing Strategies, Audrey focuses on creating revenue from existing customers using a segmentation strategy by creating a tier identification and selling structure of your existing customers. By keeping your classifications simple and easy to remember, High, Medium, Low value customers, you don’t have to overcomplicate this!
On this episode of Inkyma’s Marketing Strategies, Audrey focuses on Customer Retention Strategies. You will learn about ways that you can get more revenue from existing customers and how to get those customers to refer you to new customers.
Split Testing, also known as A/B Testing, converts more leads to clients. When performed properly, this advanced concept can help you convert better qualified and quality leads into clients over a selected period of time. Join Audrey while she explains the basic best practices to start mastering this marketing strategy.
Does working on a marketing plan make you feel overwhelmed? The use of a marketing calendar for business growth should be an essential part of your arsenal. When you create a plan you remove the need to think about what to do each month. Whether you use an agency or a contractor, Audrey will provide some tips and tricks in this episode to get even the most disorganized person feeling great about planning their content each month.