How to market on LinkedIn and generate B2B leads
LinkedIn, like any social media platform, is an immensely powerful tool if you use it correctly.
It is a fantastic way to connect with other businesses, build brand awareness, and generate B2B leads.
However, like all social media marketing, it requires a plan and a dedicated consistent delivery.
Integrating your LinkedIn marketing plan with your content marketing plan and other social media strategies will insure a consistent delivery of brand identity and minimise the work you need to do.
Your blog is an immensely powerful tool that if used effectively can form the basis for extensive and powerful marketing campaigns.
The aim for any marketing is to obviously generate more business. Doing this through a blog is easy enough in theory; in practice though there are a lot of things that can make or break a blog. Not least of these a bit of luck. The most important rule though is consistency. Create and promote consistently and eventually you will begin to find yourself gaining traction.
Your blog should drive traffic to your website. From there you can then direct the traffic along the sales funnel until you convert them into leads or sales.
Generate Leads and Build your Database
Building up a good and sizeable data list is one of the most important aspects pf any startup. And one of the hardest.
There are lots of seemingly voodoo claims for quick fixes out there. However, we have some bad news. There is no easy way, no quick fix. The more effort you put in the more leads you will get.
Here is a list of 10 things you should consider when you set about generating leads.
Whether you're just starting out with content marketing or you've been using the same strategies for a while, your content marketing plan needs to be better than ever for 2017.
The first step to getting a leg up on the competition is to have a solid, smart content marketing plan in place. If you're having trouble planning for the upcoming year or need some fresh ideas to include in your plan, read on...
Your business is your baby, and as such it can be immensely hard to see the flaws in it. But everyone makes mistakes, the only difference between big businesses and small businesses is the in big business they have more people in the process to mitigate those mistakes.
Have a read through this list and see if any of these apply to you…