How to Get Your Inbound Marketing On Point?

Inbound Marketing

Inbound marketing is the art of attracting customers through alternative methods, such as great content or impeccable branding. It is a proven way of generating leads and sales, and often times, it can be less expensive than traditional marketing techniques.

When compared to outbound marketing, it is the less aggressive approach. It is all about earning a customer’s trust and attention, not buying it. Meaning that you can gain new leads and loyalty in a much more organic way. In today’s world where the Millennial and Gen Z crowd has become desensitized to advertising, finding new measures to capture your target audience is the key.  

But getting your inbound marketing right takes research, insight and a good understanding of your customer – as well as a deep knowledge of the market you’re in. Creating useful and compelling content is at the heart of it all, and companies will need to redirect investment and focus on making their brand shine if they want to stand out against the competition.  

Here is a guide on how to nail your inbound marketing campaigns.

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In-house or Agency: The Best Choice for PPC Marketing

PPC Marketing

Pay-Per-Click is one of the best online marketing investments you can make for your business. Not only is it a cost-effective way of getting quick entry into the digital space, but it also provides you with handy data about your products/services.

Bing and Google Adwords PPC ads are affordable marketing platforms that deliver fast results. More importantly, they can help you reach people most likely to be interested in your brand – based on demographic data and interest targeting. 

According to Google, search ads can increase brand awareness by 80%. So PPC is inarguably one of the best ways to increase your presence whilst driving high-quality traffic to your site. There is also some data to suggest that a PPC visitor is 50% more likely to make a purchase than an organic visitor. So when it comes to SEO vs. PPC, the latter can give you a much better conversion.

There’s no question about whether PPC should be a part of your online strategy. It’s a powerful avenue that will contribute to your business goals and it even works seamlessly with other marketing campaigns. The real question is: who are you entrusting with your PPC management? Despite all the benefits to Pay-Per-Click marketing, there’s also room for error and bad ads can have a negative impact on your site.

PPC needs to be approached with best practices in mind. With the right knowledge and with enough time to fully manage the process. With that in mind, is it better to hire an in-house team or sign up for an agency? Here we look at the pros and cons of both.

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