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Perhaps you have a lack of leads or you feel your leads are of low quality: whichever situation, the secret is to treat each lead individually and follow up with the person. It may sound obvious, but I have heard of many instances where the follow up was missing or very minimal. When I use the term "Follow Up", it really means follow up. How much follow up?
Businesses are always looking for the newest marketing trends to incorporate into their marketing plans. Many marketing people have tried; blogs, YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, and I am sure some campaigns produced great results and others, not as well.
But one of the most highly effective content marketing strategies available today is actually pretty old school. It's been around since the '90s (practically retro!).
I'm talking about email newsletters.
It's easy to shrug off newsletters in favor of newer, shinier marketing tools, but there's one irrefutable reason to use them: They really work. According to a Direct Marketing Association study, every dollar spent on e-mail marketing generates--on average--$38. That's a staggering 3800% ROI.
The best gift you can give your business this year is a 12-month plan. Stay focused on a goal and theme each month. Planning in 12 is a lot easier than taking it day by day and winging it.
Pro Active Marketing Jason Linse
You can either be a proactive marketer or a reactive marketer. Being reactive means waiting until a competitor does something, like a mass mailing, and then using that as motivation to do some of your own advertising.
You don’t want to be that gym.
Lead Boxes once the king of Marketing in the Fitness Industry, should still be a vital tool in your marketing strategy.
Lead Boxes are a staple marketing product of Shane Lawrence, a master marketing consultant who specializes in turning around ailing health clubs. Shane Lawrence, is a master at increasing new memberships at clubs that have been open for years. One of his first pieces of business is to set up a lead box program to generate new leads. At every club his lead box programs work, even when the existing ownership was truly convinced that they were a waste of time. Here are 5 Tips Shane has shared to help you launch a Successful Lead Box Program.
It is important to understand what a proper incentive is, how to create a simple effective raffle and when the sales process starts.