What is the one word that can be said that will make every business owner and web designer break out into a cold sweat? SEO! We know our websites need it but seldom have an idea how to do it easily and, more importantly, effectively. Today Audrey explores Rank Math and how she uses this website plugin on her clients’ sites to optimize and get some good organic traffic flowing.
This is part 3 of our 3 part series, Strong Brand Identity. If you haven’t had a chance already, definitely go back and listen to parts 1 & 2, as Audrey really brings this full circle. In this episode, Audrey gets to the exciting stuff, the stuff every business owner really thinks about when they hear the word “branding.” She discusses logos, artwork, colors, fonts, and how to get a super cohesive look for your brand. This is what is going to set the tone for your entire business moving forward and how you are viewed by your customers. And making some room in your budget to hire a professional for this should be an option if you want it done right from the start. Dive in and let’s start attracting that perfect customer!
Marketing Strategies Podcast Episode 38 Strong Brand Identity Part 2 How To Talk To Your Customers For Better Engagement. The distractions in today’s day and age go beyond the business world. You are not just competing with your competitors to get your customer’s attention but with their family life, technology, personal and business commitments, etc…. So the language you choose to use has to grab their attention and make them want to focus and decide if they need you or not before the NEXT THING comes up. The fastest way to do that is to speak their language, NOT yours. So let’s talk about how to craft the language of your customer or the Voice Of your Customer.
On this episode of Inkyma’s Marketing Strategies Podcast, Audrey talks about customer personas and why they are one of the most important things in branding your business which will not only visually identify your business (Hello, logos), but also how you’ll talk to your customer.
In this episode of Inkyma’s Marketing Strategies, How Marketing Tactics Can Support Your Sales Team, Audrey is going to walk you through how Marketing Tactics and Business development teams are two sides of the same coin and why you need both for maximum business growth.
On today’s episode, Effective Event Marketing- Maximize your in-person events to get more clients after the event, I’m going to talke to you about what you need to do before, during and after an event to get new clients so that the event is worth the time and espense. Links Mentioned In This Episode: Sign Up for a Mailchimp Account
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.
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.