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Online marketing basics

Online marketing basics: what you should know

Most beginnings get off to a tricky start – this might sound clichéd, but it is definitely true when taking the first steps in online marketing. If you’re searching for an SEO manual or the master plan for a suitable online marketing mix, you might be left disappointed. Each company has to find its own mix of campaigns and channels that works for them. If you know the most important online...

Native advertising: the right context

Native Advertising

Unlike classic online ads, native ads are designed to be both context-sensitive and target-group oriented. Native advertising usually takes place in an editorial environment. The ads should fit into the natural content as well as possible. The aim is to create attention through a positive user experience and subsequently achieve brand awareness.

Lead scoring: quality counts

Lead scoring

Not all leads are the same, something which each marketer will realize sooner or later. It’s not the mass of contacts that make a successful lead management campaign; it’s how they’re categorized. This is where lead scoring comes in. Lead scoring models, used to find out which contacts are the most promising, help to categorize and prioritize all leads so that you can invest your time and energy...

Lead routing: the sales department takes over

Lead routing

All steps in the lead management process are aimed at building sustainable customer relationships and bringing products and services to customers in a profitable way. Once all measures have been taken in the lead nurturing process to successfully connect the contact and provide them with suitable information tailored to them, the sales department comes into play. When it comes to lead routing, the...

How does successful lead management work?

Lead management

A successful online marketer can be compared to a gardener; Just as a gardener waters his plants at all stages of their growth, an online marketer should care for their customers during every step of their journey. Contacting the potential customer isn’t always enough to convince them to try out your product or service. When it comes to lead management, the customer is accompanied from initial...

Everything you need to know about e-books: e-book formats

Everything you need to know about e-books – part three: e-book formats

Are you looking to publish an e-book and are searching for the right file format to suit your needs? In the third part of our series on e-books, we’ll be taking a closer look at the most popular e-book formats on the market today, comparing their advantages and disadvantages and helping you to decide which format is the right one for you.

Amazon SEO: Simple means to higher sales

Amazon SEO: Improve your Amazon ranking

Those who want to sell online often can’t avoid going to Amazon with their own online shop. The sales platform is one of the most important e-commerce magnets in the world, which is why good placement in the Amazon search results is highly competitive. Like classic search engine optimization, Amazon SEO has developed into an important success strategy for this reason. If you understand the...

Dialogue marketing | Interactive relationships with customers

What is Dialogue Marketing?

Dialogue marketing is about opening a conversation with consumers. Unlike mass marketing techniques, dialogue campaigns are adapted to cater to the interests and needs of individual customers. In order to build and retain positive customer relationships, companies are now using a range of communications channels to generate consumer reactions. These include traditional direct marketing techniques,...

Lead nurturing: from contact to customer

Lead nurturing

Contact is established with the potential customer. What now? It would be a big mistake to hand this lead over to the sales department, because those interested are not ready for concrete offers so early on. This is where lead nurturing comes into play: maintaining contacts and further qualifying leads with precisely tailored content.

Google AdWords alternatives

Google AdWords alternatives: the best platforms for effective SEA

In order to advertise in search engines, most businesses will use Google AdWords. There can be no denying that both SEA and SEO efforts are always geared towards the market leader Google. However, for a healthy marketing mix it also makes sense to look at some Google AdWords alternatives. The likes of Bing, Amazon, Facebook, and more, offer useful platforms for targeted and effective advertising....


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