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.
To many small business owners, the concept of marketing automation is nothing new. Integrating marketing and sales tools into your CRM can help you streamline your business and take repetitive tasks off your plate. However, there are also several unexpected benefits to utilizing this technology. Here are several business advantages you may gain by automating some processes:
Sales automation, when integrated with a CRM system, can help small businesses do more with less. By eliminating repetitive tasks, business owners can focus on growing their business, instead of just managing it. Here’s what you need to know about sales automation and how it can drive your business forward.
We’re happy and excited to introduce Bloominari’s new pricing model, which we’d like to call “Seeds of Growth”. As 2017 was coming to an end, and 2018 began, our team believed that we needed to use a new pricing model that would continue to align with our company’s mission to help our clients bloom online and provide transparency, while giving our team the ability to improve the use of our resources and efficiency to better serve our clients.
Today, we live in a world where we’re getting accustomed to getting things done faster: whether that’s finding the information we’re looking for, solutions to our problems, or receiving products we’re buying online within a couple of days or hours. Yet today, most businesses seeking pricing for marketing services still have to go through a complex and time consuming process in order to receive a quote or price approximation.
Generate More Leads, Without Even Trying
Email marketing is a mainstay in your lead-generation arsenal, and for good reason. It’s a simple way to connect with users, create calls to action, and foster prospects down the funnel. Combining your email marketing campaign with marketing automation tools can help your business achieve more in less time. Here’s what you need to know about email marketing and how automation can help you achieve your business goals with a better return on investment.
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After the great success of part 1, we're happy to share with you the second part of our 60 questions post.
In fact, part 1 of our questions and answers is currently in the top 3 most popular posts in our entire blog, so you can be sure these other 30 questions and answers will provide even more value if you're considering hiring a new website developer or marketing agency for your business or organization. If you haven't read part 1, don't worry you can read it here, before or after this post.
The reason these questions work is after 15 years of experience in building websites, I've gotten to understand what business owners not only want but need in a company website. These 60 questions will guide you through the foundations of building a website so you can ask the appropriate questions, get the answers you really need to hire the right web designer or agency for you and sound smarter while doing so!
The questions are divided into six categories:
Building customer loyalty is a monumental task for any company of any size. As the competition gets stiffer and market preference continues to change, it only takes one blunder to turn the whole game around. Whether you are running a well-established brand or a startup venture, you have no option but to meet customer expectations with quality service if you wish to stay relevant in the dawn of rising business competition today.
So how exactly can you do that? Here are some of the best practices that can help you to retain loyal customers and increase levels of repeat business.
Consumer Reports surveys have shown that nearly 91% of customers will not do business with you a second time if you botch the first encounter.
For small businesses, every penny of investment counts. When it comes to software integrations, businesses can become overwhelmed with options. The right software stack can help your business perform better and save both time and money, all for a relatively nominal investment. Here’s what you need to know about choosing the right software stack for your business:
Your company’s software package can go one of two ways: You can either leverage all the tools you need to run your business effectively, or you can amass a collection of tools you pay for each month and don’t know how to use. Web developers call a foundational set of software working together as a “stack.” The right stack will help you achieve your business goals and shave repetitive tasks from your workload.
San Diego, California - Bloominari, a digital marketing agency located in Southern California, is very happy and excited to announce that they are the first US-based company to receive an official Agile CRM partner certification and badge. The company has successfully completed the Agile CRM partner training, and is now ready to help businesses who are looking for professional support, consulting, implementation and training of Agile CRM’s software.
Additionally, Bloominari will also offer the service of setting up, integrating, and customizing most Agile CRM’s native (built-in) applications with third party software, as well as integrating with more than 750 non-native applications via Zapier.com.
Bloominari will help businesses of any size to create the perfect software stack by combining Agile CRM as the headquarters of a company’s web-based operations, with additional SaaS (software as a service) software. This will help businesses expand the standard features and functionality of Agile CRM, helping companies meet most of their needs.
Agile CRM is a small and medium business web-based CRM (Customer Relationship Management) and automation software solution that helps companies “Sell & Market Like the Fortune 500.” It is the perfect solution for small companies that are looking for the best value for their marketing dollars and return on investment (ROI) for a CRM software solution.
In this episode we're going to compare what are the differences between a simple drip campaign and an advanced nurturing email campaign. So let's get started with the first.
Regular simple drip email campaign usually refers to an email campaign that has set number of messages pre-defined in a specific time sequence. That means it's designed to send messages to prospects or customers at a regular interval based on certain behaviors or lead status or in this case more specifically in the most simple way it refers to creating a set of emails that are going to be sent to every user who signs up for a campaign or a list. In the simple example, let’s say that you signed up for something, the first email is going to be sent to you usually the moment that you sign up or a few minutes later and then the second email might be set on the campaign to be sent on the third day or on the fifth day so you'll get an email too let’s say on the third day and then email number three you'll get it on the day number seven for example right. What this means it's a linear set of emails that means whether you open the mail or didn't open the mail or whether you interacted with it or not, you’ll still continue to receive the rest of the emails. This is what the simple drip email campaign refers to.
Today we're going to be talking about something pretty important, an introduction to e-mail marketing automation.
A lot of people ask us you know how actual email marketing and email marketing automation works so in this episode we're going to be covering that so that you really get a good understanding and introduction to how it works. All right let's get to it. So the first thing that has to happen is:
1.you have to drive traffic of some sort to some type of website or landing page so that you can direct users to where you want them to go. So in this example here we showing you a Facebook ad and when people click on a Facebook ad they can be taken either what's called a Facebook lead ads capture form which is something fairly new on Facebook that doesn't require the use of any page or a website. The moment people click on the ad they’ll see a pop up on Facebook and then their information is pre-populated there so that they don't have to type in anything and it's a much faster way to capture people's information.
2. The second option is a landing page which is a one page website specifically created for capturing people's you know name and email at the very least and there's basically nothing else that you can actually click on that page. it's designed like that on purpose so that people don't get distracted.