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Jaime Nacach

Jaime Nacach

Marketing Strategist

I love helping small businesses with their digital marketing and business strategy. I'm a young man with a passion in entrepreneurship and international experience in business development, marketing, sales, and web/graphic design. 

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Well-made landing pages are essential for capturing potential leads and growing your audience.

As the name suggests, a landing page is where users “land” once they click one of your links. If you’re striving to generate conversions, you need to make a fantastic first impression each time. Landing pages are a bit different than the other webpages you’ve likely built for your company. They have a clear purpose: they are to get your customers to take the last step in connecting to your brand.

Landing pages are preceded by a call to action. You need to entice people browsing or searching to click on your links or ads. The landing page tells them they’re where they need to be after clicking. Relevant landing pages are crucial to generating more conversions to your brand.

Innovative products have the ability to raise sales significantly, but without interested customers, those products will sit on the shelves. You can raise interest and gather contacts with effective lead generation strategies. These strategies are sure to raise interest in your company by guiding buyers to your product and making it easy for them to engage. 

Monday, 05 June 2017 07:00

What is an Email Drip Campaign?

Marketing automation is a tricky area for many marketing pros, but it’s important to understand the potential automation has when executed well. Email marketing has been a staple of the marketing world since the dawn of the internet, but many marketers unfortunately overlook its lasting potential, especially when you curate your automation to your readers’ actions.

Many companies rely on very basic forms of automation such as receipt emails after completed transactions, confirmation emails after customers perform specific actions, support ticket information, and other basic automatic messages. A drip campaign takes automation a step further and leverages automation as a more valuable marketing tool.

Understanding the differences between Google AdWords and Facebook is crucial to marketing success.

Google is the unquestioned king of search engines, and Facebook is the most popular social media platform in the world. While it’s important to invest in your marketing efforts wisely, don’t conflate how these two giants operate. People generally use Google and Facebook for very different reasons, and it’s important to recognize that your tactics for generating traffic on one platform may not work on the other.

1. Different Purposes: Awareness and Intent

Think of the purpose behind Google: people want to know more about something so they search for answers. There is a motive or intent behind every Google search, whereas Facebook curates ads and sponsored content based on users’ apparent interests. Marketers must approach these platforms differently to make valuable connections.

2. Specific Ideas vs. Broader Concepts

When tailoring a strategy to Google, the goal should be to answer very specific questions. For Facebook, it’s more about casting a larger net to a wider audience.

Welcome to Marketing Fridays Episode Number 6!

Today, I am going to be introducing you to Zapier.com, which I believe is like your web automation genie. It’s a really important part of what I have been talking about previously and it is also important for you to understand in order to really do a lot of great marketing automation in the future episodes that we’re going to be talking about.

This is Jaime from Bloominari. Welcome back to marketing Fridays and today, we’re going to be on Episode 5, talking about business and marketing automation concepts. So, important things you should know about automation in order for you to understand the rest of the future that’s what we’re going to be talking about.

Let's get started. The first thing that you should know is what’s the difference between business automation and marketing automation.

Hello, this is Jaime Nacach again from Bloominari and welcome to episode 4 of #MarketingFridays.

Today, we’re going to be talking about the CRM and what is the CRM which is a very important tool for marketing animation, a very important tool for sales and marketing in general. So, let me explain what a CRM is first and I’m going to be giving you 10 different ways that you can actually use a CRM both for sales and for marketing. 

And today, I’m going to be doing this a bit differently because I’m going to be recording my face while I’m also going to be showing you my screen.  Alright?  So, let’s get to it.

Hello! This is Jaime Nacach again from Bloominari and this is #MarketingFridays Episode 3.

Today, I’m going to be talking to you about how business automation actually works and talk about specifically what it is that causes things to get automated. So, let’s get right into it, so I can explain to you how the magic happens inside the marketing world, alright?

Alright, so this is basically the Anatomy of a Business and Marketing Automation 101. Let’s get right into it.

#MarketingFridays Episode 2

Full video transcript and video below.

Hello, this is Jaime from Bloominari and welcome to the second episode of Marketing Fridays.

Today is January the 13th 2017 and today I'm going to be talking to you about 15 different categories that are related to automating different parts of your business. Yes, as I said we're going to be focused on marketing automation ionn most of these episodes but I definitely want you t get an idea what different things you can do and automate many things within your business that are going to help you save again a lot of time and hopefully also a lot of money.

I'm all about trying to make my day more efficient and finding amazing tools that will help me work better. And I know that a lot of small businesses have the exact same challenges and want to do the exact same things. So now let me switch to my screen and let me show you the 15 different categories of how you can automate or make things that are going to help you work faster. Thank you.

Marketing automation is vital, but it needs to be done right.

Digital tools afford modern marketers an unprecedented level of control over their automated processes, but it’s important everything isn’t simply set to autopilot. Marketing automation is a tremendous asset, but only when used thoughtfully. Adjustments must be made frequently to accommodate changes in customer trends and company strategy. It’s vital to understand how to effectively manage your automation structure.

Falling into Complacency

Automating your marketing processes, such as sending out emails to your mailing list and automatic posts to social media pages, is a fantastic way to cut down on time spent on the mundane parts of marketing. This can allow you to focus more of your effort on building your brand and growing a sphere of influence. However, if you simply set up your automations and assume everything is just fine, you’ll more than likely encounter significant issues.

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