Data Strategies for B2B Lead Nurturing Campaigns in 2013 Part 2
Yesterday we posted Part 1 of Data Strategies for B2B Lead Nurturing Campaigns in 2013. Today, we’ll continue sharing our thoughts on how companies can improve their B2B lead nurturing strategies for 2013 with Part 2 of Data Strategies for B2B Lead Nurturing Campaigns in 2013.
Although your business has needs in one particular niche, you may find marketing to be too far outside your comfort zone and pass those responsibilities onto somebody else. If you’re already established as an aggressive search marketing professional, perhaps you find data management issues to be well outside your personal boundaries – or cares. If you’ve set yourself into marketing standards which historically work, perhaps you should expand and cross-implement various stratagems to test marketability, viability and usability. Since marketing revolves around catering to specific niche markets, you’ll need to encompass all possible avenues within that niche such as adopting automation tactics, find new and easier ways to nurture collected data through content management systems, or even make new strides towards the future of viral marketing via mobile platforms.
Expanding your capacity can only offer improvements; treat setbacks as learning experiences instead of flawed skill. If you’re a freelance marketing pro paying homage to only single clients, having the ability to expand channels will increase your own marketability and retain clientele who need digitally astute marketing pros to assist in keeping tabs on data integration and lead scoring.
Look Closely At Display Ads…Again
When the mobile web began growing, the playing field for mobile display ads once again leveled. If you aren’t targeting your PPC ads to mobile channels, you’re missing out on what will pan out to be immeasurable amounts of traffic in 2013, the year when video marketing meets mobile browser and slams head first into the golden opportunity for display ads to once again prove useful. The costs should begin tailing off once more companies come onboard with mobile display advertising and in-video marketing. If you’ve decided to use social media marketing campaigns solely, you’ll miss out on those accessing websites via mobile or tablet-based devices.
Video Efforts Are Mandatory
Of all your marketing efforts planned for 2013, it’s definitely suggested you work on video integration of any and all marketing campaigns while tracking the analytics behind those who watch your videos. Since pictorial evidence is becoming nearly mandatory to build business-B2B customer trust, you’ll definitely find exponential benefit in implementing emails, SMM and SEM using viral videos such as tutorials, testimonials or even something quirky going on around the office. The B2B customer leads you’ll receive could come in the form of commentary, emailing, etc. Making these videos available across mobile and internet-based platforms will more than amicably pull weight for your business while also allowing other marketing angles to naturally run their course.
Always Plan Towards Future
The marketing trends you’ll follow today will more than likely be moot next year, and we’ve seen this on many different platforms such as FFA linking and other unethical marketing practices which used to work. Today’s sociological composition requires the businesses of our internet schema actually make concerted efforts in building relationships not links to their landing pages; keep this in mind.
Google has gotten smarter, our future is looking technologically brighter and marketing efforts need to be adjusted to match the growing expanse of internet marketing. Digitally speaking, having your mind on today but your plans prepared for tomorrow will keep you ahead of the digital marketing learning curve.