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Inbound Marketing Implementation Process

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Infographic showing the basics of the Inbound Marketing Implementation Process.

Understanding the power of Inbound Marketing to significantly grow your business is simple; what’s more complicated is understanding the process of attracting visitors to your site and turning them into qualified leads:

What steps do you need to take to get started?

What has to be done each day to keep the process moving?

How do you interact with and manage prospects?

While the execution of Inbound Marketing varies somewhat by client, prospect, industry, etc., the Weidert Group  created an Infographic can be used to understand:

What work is foundational What work is ongoing What your prospects will experience moving through the sales funnel

 If you need to step back and get a full overview of Inbound Marketing – what it is, why it works, what steps you need to take to get started – download Weidert Group’s  

A Step-By-Step Guide to Inbound Marketing. http://bit.ly/Tjm2xh

 

By Weidert Group . http://bit.ly/PxFP6Z

Download the Inbound Marketing Implementation Process Infographic. [pdf] http://bit.ly/SMa8p5

Source. http://bit.ly/PLxJY5


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True Colors, Branded Colors

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Testing Negative SEO - Does Negative SEO Really Work? #Infographic

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Does Negative SEO really work?

 

 

TastyPlacement created a simple Study to test the theory if poor quality links can harm a website's ranking position.

 

Negative SEO is an undertaking whereby a business competitor attempts to harm the search ranking position of a competing website through the procurement of junk and spam links.

 

This Study shows that Negative SEO is very real, and can be accomplished for very little money.

 

Read Methodology and Stats here:  http://bit.ly/MvW7fW ;

By TastyPlacement - http://bit.ly/KBn2qJ ;

Source: http://bit.ly/MvW7fW ;


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maxOz's comment, June 11, 2012 5:54 AM
Guillaume, Thanks for your input. Tasty Placement don't include recovery information, I'm sure recovery would occur but at a cost.
It is scary to think that for literally "peanuts" you could destroy a competitors site, Cheers Michele
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Ralph, thanks for your comments and input, with appreciation, Michele x
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How to Stand Out in the Social Media Marketing Frenzy | Jeffbullas's Blog

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9 Hot Tips for Small Business Marketing on Facebook

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Who's Best at B2B Marketing: Facebook vs LinkedIn

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As a marketing student myself, today’s infographic piqued my interest. Facebook has made a major impact with its advertisements. Whether it is for a local mom and pop taco shop or Pepsi, FB has a way to get it noticed. Although a lot of facebook users don’t pay attention to the ads. I know I rarely do.

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Managing Your Personal Brand Via Online Presence and Reputation | @wendybrache

Managing Your Personal Brand Via Online Presence and Reputation |  @wendybrache | Digital Marketing Buzz | Scoop.it
Regardless of how you manage your reputation in real life, your personal brand is made up in large part by your digital presence and online reputation Your...

 

Your posts, tweets, updates and comments mean you and your brand are always on and ready to start a conversation–with or without you.

 

Online, your prospects and customers can see who you hang out with, the groups in which you participate, the companies you’ve worked for and the reviews you give. When combined, your online activity tells a personal brand story…and that means that everything you do online should be:


~Professional
~Consistent with your value proposition
~Relevant to your audience
~Interesting, but not too risky

 

AllTwitter says, “having a good online presence can win you business, promotions and respect.” But a bad online presence can influence people and change their opinions about you for the worse–that includes having a negative or no online presence.

Along with KBSD Digital Marketing research,

 

AllTwitter reports:


~48% of recruiters and HR professionals refer to personal websites when deciding whether to hire YOU
~63% of recruiters check social media sites to find out more about potential employees
~8% of companies have fired someone for abusing social media

 

Here are a few of AllTwitter and KBSD Digital Marketing’s recommendations for taking control of your online presence:

 

1. Set your own reputation — create your own digital strategy.
2. Stay on top of things — Google yourself; check social networks to see who mentions you and what they say.
3. Ensure there is more good than bad — post your own information on a regular basis; use SEO strategies to ensure your preferred information stays on top of search results.
4. Secure everything — prevent against hackers; don’t reveal birthdates, addresses or other personal information.
5. Educate your family and friends — monitor postings and tags of your image on social media; ask others to remove photos of you or unflattering mentions of you from social sites.

 

The days of “vanity” searches are over — monitoring your online presence is an important piece of your overall personal branding strategy.


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The Local Web [infographic]

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I can barely remember my life without the Internet or a time when the yellow pages had a use.
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Academy Awards Launches Digital 'Celebrate the Movies' Campaign

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Inbound Marketing Implementation Process

Inbound Marketing Implementation Process | Digital Marketing Buzz | Scoop.it
Infographic showing the basics of the Inbound Marketing Implementation Process.

Understanding the power of Inbound Marketing to significantly grow your business is simple; what’s more complicated is understanding the process of attracting visitors to your site and turning them into qualified leads:

What steps do you need to take to get started?

What has to be done each day to keep the process moving?

How do you interact with and manage prospects?

While the execution of Inbound Marketing varies somewhat by client, prospect, industry, etc., the Weidert Group  created an Infographic can be used to understand:

What work is foundational What work is ongoing What your prospects will experience moving through the sales funnel

 If you need to step back and get a full overview of Inbound Marketing – what it is, why it works, what steps you need to take to get started – download Weidert Group’s  

A Step-By-Step Guide to Inbound Marketing. http://bit.ly/Tjm2xh

 

By Weidert Group . http://bit.ly/PxFP6Z

Download the Inbound Marketing Implementation Process Infographic. [pdf] http://bit.ly/SMa8p5

Source. http://bit.ly/PLxJY5


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This Inexpensive Marketing Plan Can Lead to More Traffic, More Leads and Higher Customer

This Inexpensive Marketing Plan Can Lead to More Traffic, More Leads and Higher Customer | Digital Marketing Buzz | Scoop.it

Are you up against competition that has deep pockets and can outspend you in traditional advertising methods? Click here to find out how you can bring traffic and leads for next to nothing...

Traditional outbound marketing can end up being a poor investment. You have to rely on channels like cold-calling, paid branding and print advertising.

All of those channels can get really expensive really fast.

Inbound marketing, on other hand, will help you capture attention, generate leads, convert customers and keep those customers…all at a lower cost to you than your competition.

Let’s look at a few steps to get you there.

Step #1 – Ignore Sales And Focus On Marketing

It’s much better to create a marketing strategy that feeds that team qualified, warm leads…instead of cold, and possibly dead leads.

Instead, focus your efforts on building a marketing team with excellent marketing skills.

For example:

Hire brilliant marketers – Focus on tightly targeted markets – Close qualified leads –

It comes down to the answer of these three questions:

Do they have the authority to buy? Do they have the budget to buy? When do they plan on buying?

A Leads (ready to buy in 3 months or less), some B leads (is ready to buy in three to twelve months). C leads marketing can keep.

 

Step #2. Focus On Multiple Inbound Channels

The key behind an effective inbound marketing strategy is to create and deliver valuable content.

Here is a template to use for your inbound marketing strategy:

Blog – Your team should focus on publishing quality content two to five times a week. Quality means search-engine friendly, highly-researched and compelling. Engage in comment marketing – Someone on your team should focus on visiting sites within your industry to interact with bloggers and readers in the comment section.   Publish guest blog posts – Guest blogging is one of the fastest ways to grow your subscriber base. Produce online video – Video can help improve your search rankings, raise the amount of time people stay on your page and even boost conversion rates on your landings pages. Interact in the social bookmarking world – While this isn’t one of the most popular ways to generate leads, it is definitely one you shouldn’t ignore. Establish authority on Q+A sites – Quora has really established itself as a place for professional exchange of ideas. Design brilliant Infographics – Visual.ly, is a one-stop shop for Infographic creation, has this inbound marketing technique nailed. Build a social media audience on the big four – Focus your audience-building efforts on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and Google+.

If your target audience is on Pinterest or Tumblr, then use those sites as well. Keep in mind—don’t spread yourself too thin. Pick two or three that you can maximize your exposure.

Implement a solid startup SEO plan – If you run a startup, then you are in an excellent position to take advantage of everything that SEO has to offer.

All of the efforts behind a good inbound marketing plan won’t cost you a dime except for the sweat equity you invest. This means you can compete with bigger competition that is better funded.

For each of the inbound marketing efforts above you’ll want to break them down into steps.

 

Step #3. Dominate LinkedIn Groups

While the big three social media sites get all the attention, LinkedIn is quietly becoming a powerhouse. With over 150 million users, you have a lot of opportunity to generate some serious attention.

The specific strategy I want to focus on is with Groups. Contribute and engage with LinkedIn Groups with this quick 5-step strategy and you’ll generate some high-quality leads.

Find the best Group to join – LinkedIn has lots of groups that are divided into categories. Find three to five small groups that most accurately represent your target demographic. Target popular discussions – You’ll waste your time if you simply try to join every discussion. Instead, search for the most popular discussions—these will have the most visibility. Start a new discussion – Before you start your own discussion, make sure you spend some time in other discussions. Get a feel for the culture of the group and find out what is important to them. Follow up – It’s not easy keeping track of discussions, so you’ll have to be proactively visit your groups and monitor the discussions—especially the ones you started. Start a Group – This is a perfect way to establish your authority. But you have to be strategic here. Make this group center on your brand and how your message is different than the competition. Brands That Defy Gravity is a great example of a group that stands out in a crowded market.

Step #4. Never Attend A Trade Show Again

Trade shows can be very expensive.

There is a more effective—and cheaper—way to leverage the power of trade shows.

Here’s what you could do also:

Blog about the main points of each speaker – Summarize the conference –

Inbound marketing is truly a gift to startups who are strapped for cash. Depending upon how big your team is, you will all probably end up working like a slave to get it all done…but it will be worth the effort.

 

By Neil Patel http://bit.ly/N2Rhnn

Source  http://bit.ly/P5CKY4


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maxOz's comment, July 27, 2012 7:46 AM
Alessio My pleasure!!! xxx
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As Always Marty, Input great, with appreciation xxx
maxOz's comment, August 1, 2012 2:27 AM
Mithu Thank YOU!
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Advertisers Need to Pay Attention to Connected TV [INFOGRAPHIC]

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The Top 4 Digital Marketing Tactics You Ignore At Your Peril | Jeffbullas's Blog

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4 Things Your Mobile Tells Marketers About You

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‘The Hunger Games’ Cross Media Campaign

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Why Context Is King in the Future of Digital Marketing

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The Secret to Going Viral: It's All About Culture

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Internet Marketing vs.App Marketing – The Comparison

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