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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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Maybe you have a website that brings in a lot of sales. It makes you happy. But it doesn’t mean that’s the largest number of sales your company can make.

Because the majority of people who visit your website don’t buy on their first visit. In fact, AdRoll estimates that only 2% of shoppers convert on their first visit to an online store.

Let’s say you beat the average 5 times, that’s still 10%. It means there are many people who can buy your product or service as compared to those that are actually buying it.

That’s why you need remarketing. It helps you to track people who have visited your website without converting and send them targeted messages. In other words, you want to bring them back and turn them into customers.

Smart marketers understand how to leverage Google Ads and SEO to drive traffic and increase sales.

This is important because traffic comes first, even if you’re going to use marketing automation to drive sales and revenue for your business.

Although SEO and PPC are two different marketing channels. However, they both work for search engines.

Fortunately, Google is the largest source of organic search and also the largest platform for digital advertising with 37.2% of the market share.

It takes a lot of hard work to build a beautiful, functional, and user-friendly website.

At Bloominari, our San Diego Website Design Agency, we ensure that our client’s websites are designed to appeal to their customers. After all, search engines bots don’t have credit cards to pay for your services, but online users do.

Furthermore, website developers and designers need to work together to ensure your website is visible to search engines. 

More importantly, your website MUST be able to inspire visitors to become customers or religious readers.

This requires many processes. Here’s a checklist of 18 important tasks to consider to design an effective business website:

Marketing requires big efforts to gain that precious customer. But no matter how difficult or easy marketing may be to you, you can get better results with marketing automation.

Marketing automation involves having a repeatable system that sends the right message to your leads at the right time based on their interactions with your email, products, websites, or ads.

When you have the right execution for your marketing automation, it could be the game changer for your business. You can process your leads faster and gain more customers with less effort.

Setting up your marketing automation system allows you to have better conversations with potential buyers and see how they interact with your content and business generally.

An offer funnel or a sales funnel is all you need to increase your conversions. It defines a series of finite steps that your prospect should follow in order to become a customer over time.

You’re able to know the number of potential customers if you have a good offer funnel.

According to Laurel Mintz, “If you don't know how many people are in your pipeline currently, and what your conversion or close ratio is, you're probably one of the millions of businesses out there that's on the sales struggle bus.”

Since users gain access to your website in three ways, namely:

  • Organic search traffic
  • Online ads traffic
  • Traffic coming from your email list

Each of these channels sends traffic directly into your sales funnel. From there, you begin to engage with and convert the traffic into customers.

Conversion should happen inside your funnel, not outside. So focus on engaging your audience inside the funnel.

Do you want to get your website on page 1 of Google?

Are you wondering how you can achieve that? Well, this is the right place to be! I’ve ranked dozens of websites on page 1 of Google, and you’ll learn how to do so shortly.

Why do you need to rank on page 1 rather than page 3? According to a study by Chitika, 92% of all Google search traffic goes to the first page results.

Current online trends indicate that buyers want and value quality content. “Quality” in this instance could mean helpful, interesting, useful, persuasive, or/and well-researched.

According to J-P De Clerck, approximately 87% of the buyers consider looking for detailed information and advice before purchasing various services or products.

62% of these buyers prefer web searches as their primary source of information when they’re looking to fix what’s broken or solve a problem.

The web is powered by content. Content is the solution to man’s insatiable search for answers. For businesses, Content = Customers, and Sales.

When people use search engines, social media, online discussion boards, and other online platforms, what do you think they’re looking for?

Content. You’re right!

The design and feel of a site may draw people in, but the content is what engages and builds trust. "Design doesn’t build trust. Or so it seems."

It doesn’t matter how much money you’re spending on digital advertising, you’ll still fail if your content isn’t useful. Internet users are tired of ads.

I’ll be straight up with you: Most people frown at site audit. Why?

It’s boring, time-consuming, and technical. But it works!

If you need support, you can count on us. Contact our San Diego digital marketing agency -- Bloominari.

Conducting a website audit is an essential task if we want to improve its performance in the search engine results pages (SERPs), shows where you stand so that you can increase your conversions and offer a good user experience.

Are you leveraging Google Ads to drive customers and sales to your local business? Creating ads on Google Ads (formerly Google AdWords) platform work really well for local businesses.

After all, Yelp’s research shows that 86% of consumers use the Internet to find a local business and 29% of consumers search for local businesses every other week.

Large companies like Wal-Mart, OfficeDepot, and McDonald's have acquired hundreds of thousands of customers via their highly-targeted local ads.

But don’t be moved by that, small businesses are running profit-generating ads every day on the same platform. So what are you waiting for?