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.
If you want to grow your business, you’re going to have to cultivate leads. Generating new leads is difficult for many businesses, but you can make it easier for yourself using survey tools. Asking your audience what they want from you is a great way to devise a lead magnet, one of the most powerful tools you can use to convert leads to your brand.
More and more businesses are realizing how vital a “customer first” mentality is to success. Business is more competitive than ever, and consumers are more discerning in how they spend their time and their money. Relevance is crucial for making an impression on consumers today. The brands that do this best are always looking for new ways to connect with their target customers, and surveys play a crucial role in improving customer relationships.
Without it, a business cannot sustain its daily operations and would eventually fail.
One of the most important and initial steps in sales is prospecting – which is the process of qualifying the leads who has demonstrated the desire to make a purchase decision. This step is pivotal in closing deals and as such, must be executed on time and properly to ensure success. In fact, statistics says that the first viable vendor to reach a decision maker has a 74% chance to win the deal if they manage to set the buying vision.
In this infographic, we will help you improve your prospecting process so that you can find leads that you engage with and convert into customers more effectively.
Small businesses face a difficult start without a firm grasp of modern marketing. Some modern marketing tools are very efficient and cost-effective for fledgling businesses. Unfortunately, many new business owners simply assume that it’s “too soon” to start heavily marketing. This couldn’t be further from the truth.
New business owners usually wear several hats in the beginning stages of their companies. Starting a new business is extremely demanding in any industry, so it’s important to understand the role marketing plays early on. For example, investing early in brand awareness can help attract top talent who want to be part of something new and exciting. Additionally, early investments in marketing typically pay off tremendously in the long run. Your first customers are likely going to become regulars if they have a good first experience.
Sign up to get your free ticket to Tijuana Marketing & Beer and we will see you at MINDHub on Thursday, April 27th to learn more about Marketing Automation.
There will be Tijuana's craft beer and networking during the event.
Jaime Nacach, founder of Bloominari (SD, CA), ranked Top 15 Digital Marketing Agency in the United States by UpCity, will explain in his talk the following topics:
Register here for free: http://bit.ly/TMBAprilTickets
Publicar en redes sociales, actualizar tu CRM, dar seguimiento a clientes por correo, hablar con prospectos para explicarle tus productos o servicios. Todo estas actividades absorben mucho tiempo.
Marketing Automation (Automatización del Marketing) es el término que se refiere a la habilidad para programar, agendar o automatizar una o varias tareas para crear campañas de marketing más efectivas y sin invertir horas de tu tiempo.
Successful modern marketing hinges on the ability to craft impactful advertising campaigns that convert leads into customers, and there are countless tools available for accomplishing this. Three of the biggest contributors to your marketing success will invariably be your marketing automation platform, ad campaign, and landing pages. When you get these three facets of your marketing efforts working in sync with one another, the results can be astounding.
Thanks to our new Google Business View 360° virtual photography tour now you can literally put your virtual self inside our offices.
If you're familiar with Google's StreetView feature inside Google maps, you're familiar with how it feels to drive around town and be able to literally "look around" the streets. The same feeling of "Being there" can now be experienced through Google's local listings "See inside" business feature, that allows web users to take a 360 degree tour of the inside of a business. This is a great new way for existing and potential clients to get a feel for what your office or physical location looks like from the inside, without them having to actually be there.
This last weekend I attended one of the most amazing digital marketing conferences there is in the world, the Traffic & Conversion Summit 2017 in San Diego, California - organized by DigitalMarketer.com. It’s a conference designed for more advanced and experienced marketers and marketing agencies, rather than for people looking to get started in digital marketing. The speakers dig deep into marketing strategy, things that work and don’t work, the exploration and testing of new technology and much more.
During the four days of packed back-to-back sessions with some of the leading experts in digital marketing, thousands of words in notes and over 300 photos shot with my phone of some of the slides; here’s a list of my top 25 takeaways, tips and trends of the state of digital marketing. Do keep in mind that approximately half or two thirds of the sessions were led by the internal team members of DigitalMarketer.com
#MarketingFridays Episode 1
As a part of my birthday celebration, I decided to publish my first ever video blog episode.
Full video transcript and video below.
Hello!! This is Jaime Nacach from Bloominari, this is the first episode of marketing Fridays. I am the owner of the marketing agency called Bloominari and we're here in San Diego, California and starting this 2017, we're going to be doing a weekly short marketing Fridays hangout, live every Friday to share with you and all of our users, everything to do with marketing technology, automation and how to make your business more efficient.
So, in this first episode, we're going to just introduce to you the whole idea of what marketing automation and business automation is with the whole goal of helping you understand the value of using technology in order to actually make your business more efficient and thus save more time and thus of course save more money.
Jaime Nacach’s family comes from a long line of entrepreneurs, and he definitely shares the self-starter bug. A few years back, when he found himself with an MBA and practical experience designing and growing websites, he knew he wanted to start his own business. So a few years ago he founded his company Bloominari, a full-service marketing agency in sunny San Diego. The company provides a number of different digital marketing services, including automation, website design, SEO, and overall strategy.
Whether Jaime’s managing his eight-person team, making sales calls, or preparing proposals, he has what you might call a pretty full schedule. But there’s no time to rest for the busy entrepreneur.
And when time is precious, it’s helpful to have time-saving tools at your disposal.
In the early days, Jaime used to manually copy and paste the lead information he’d receive through his old website into his CRM. But as he became busier, he recognized the waste of time and the need to find a more efficient system that automated that process. That’s when he stumbled upon JotForm, which integrates with Zapier to neatly transport all of his lead collection data directly into Agile CRM. Since automation implementation is such a big part of how he helps his clients, it only makes sense that he’d have his own streamlined way to collect and manage his leads and requests.
This blog post was originally written and published by JotForm.com on their Blog on February 23, 2017. Re-published here with permission.
If you’re feeling the strain of the daily grind in running a business, you’re not alone. Many entrepreneurs and small business owners try to take on too much, which can end up negatively affecting the business in the long run.
Small business owners typically wear several hats, especially in the early days of running the company. Most startups don’t have the financial security to hire staff to handle IT support, payroll, marketing, customer service, and various other aspects of the business. Most of the basic tasks of this nature will fall to the owner or founders until business picks up steam and they gain the liquidity they need to hire staff.