So, you’ve heard about inbound, you’ve done your research, and you see how perfect it would be for your company. Inbound marketing is just the thing you need to really connect with new customers and build your company's brand. You understand the amount of work that is involved and the huge investment it would be to try inbound marketing on your own. You’ve decided the best way to implement an inbound marketing strategy is to hire an inbound agency... the only problem is that now you have to find a way to convince your CFO to go along with your plan.
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In today's business culture it's important to put a premium on generating leads. The level of difficulty for capturing, maintaining, and progressing leads is harder now than it has ever been. People don't trust their business to just anyone. They want to make sure the products and services they purchase are the best and coming from brands that speak to them. As marketers, we need to understand the needs and desires of our potential customers, and speak to them in exciting and relevant ways if we expect to win their business.
In order to generate leads and ultimately get those leads to buy from you, it is important to engage them with captivating content throughout their buyer's journey. The buyer's journey is a process that begins the moment an individual first sees your content and continues until they become a paying customer. The best businesses extend this journey beyond that point by producing content that convinces customers to come back for more.
Creating captivating marketing content for the buyer's journey is best done by splitting it into three phases: the lead generation phase, the lead nurturing phase, and the lead management phase.