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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.

Instant Gratification

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.

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There’s a great film out there called Any Given Sunday that is one of the greatest American sports films to date. It surrounds a fictional American Football Franchises of America Team that is struggling to have a successful season. In a game leading up to the playoffs he gives a speech about how football is ultimately a “game of inches” and how they must be willing to fight for each and every inch to move forward, because when you ad up all those inches it’s gonna make the difference between winning or losing. Digital marketing is the same way.

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Make the Most out of Your Email Marketing Efforts

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.

Hi, this is Jaime Nacach from Bloominari. Welcome to Marketing Fridays Ep.11.

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.

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Encouraging interaction creates more engagement

Micro-interactions define marketing success. A site visitor may not make a purchase on day one, but each time they engage with your site, they grow one step closer to a conversion. Incorporating interactive content into your digital presence is a powerful way to create micro-interactions and drive conversions. Quizzes, calculators, assessments and other types of interactive content not only encourage longer periods of engagement, they can also provide your team with invaluable data-driven insights.

Why Interactive Content Works

Native interactive content on your company’s website gives visitors a reason to return, even if they’re not entirely committed to making a purchase yet. Simple games, surveys, calculators, and other interactive content on your site provide simple, free, and engaging ways for visitors to interact with your company. Interactive content also conveys quality; it shows visitors to your site that you have invested in creating something unique and memorable, which in turn conveys the idea that you’re a serious competitor in your market and worthy of their trust and their business.

Published in Marketing & Strategy
Thursday, 09 November 2017 07:15

Overcoming the CRM Adoption Bell Curve

 

Using a CRM for your business is a necessity, but implementing it shouldn’t be to complicated.

Any client-facing professional who has used a Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system for work understands the incredible value it can provide. These systems integrate with accounting, marketing, and other software applications. They collect all of the information you need in one easy-to-access place, and improve management’s ability to provide direction and encouragement. Of course, the system only works if people are willing to use it. 

A CRM Doesn’t Need to be an Obstacle 

Rolling out any type of new software or platform for your company is going to have hiccups and frustrations. Since CRM touches so many aspects of your business, compatibility, versatility, and customization are crucial factors. If you attempt to implement a CRM platform that doesn’t work with your existing applications, you’re going to have a difficult time getting everything copasetic without aggravating your usual operations. A failed software launch can be incredibly disruptive, so take the time to fully investigate the capabilities of a CRM platform and the issues you’re likely to encounter with it before committing to it.

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Remember the Staples® Easy Button™ commercials?

One click of the Easy Button and all the work is magically done!

Yep, we all wish that business tasks were easy. But sometimes we have to roll up our sleeves and do the hard work required. Fortunately, when you hire a marketing agency like Bloominari, we do almost all of the work for you.

Whether you’re currently shopping for a marketing agency or not – the rest of this blog post will help you understand what you need to know and understand about your business and its customers before you hire a marketing team to enhance your efforts.

Why would your company need to hire a marketing agency?

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Google first announced back in 2015 that mobile searches in 10 countries, including the U.S., officially out-numbered traditional Google searches on desktops. As a result, mobile commerce (called m-commerce) has been a growing force. And businesses, large and small, followed suit.

Now, in the year 2017, having a website that isn’t mobile-friendly means kissing leads and customers goodbye. In order to stay competitive in the current market, businesses need to create user-friendly purchasing journeys and tailor user engagement based on what device is being used. If a certain company doesn’t follow this golden rule, then its competitor will, while taking customers with it.

Not only are people using their smartphones and tablets to browse the Internet, but they’re commonly on apps. In 2015, Yahoo developers put out a report showing that 90 percent of people’s time spent on their mobile device is spent utilizing apps.

While it’s necessary to make sure your company’s website is mobile-friendly, it’s equally important to ask your team if your business could benefit from a mobile app.

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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.

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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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