Digital marketing feels a little bit voodoo to some. Like a criptic art, and you never know who you can trust to do a good job! 😭 Yet we still post to socials and email out. Sometimes, we need to face it – we’re wasting our time! But read on, let me show you how to get more from your digital marketing.
The scary thing is that marketing, although SO IMPORTANT, is usually the first thing to go when people are on a budget. Which is craaaaazy!!
Think about it this way though. If people have less money. They’ll be going out less, which means they’ll [probably] be on social media more.
If you keep marketing. And doing it well, they’ll see you.
And if other companies are slowing down their marketing, that means that the competition is less fierce.
IT’S A WIN-WIN!!! 🥳🥳🥳
so - tell me your voodoo tricks!!
one of the best ways to get more eyeballs on your business is to get in front of them. And one of the best ways to do that is to give something away for free.
People love free stuff and if its valuable, its a great window into how your business can help them.
There’s a great free download that I’m giving away at the moment – a LEAD MAGNET GUIDE
It’s a full guide that walks you through what a lead magnet is, and about a million ideas on how to create one.
So it’s worth a read for sure!
it's all know, like trust
The cycle hasn’t changed. People still buy from people.
People they know, they like, and they trust.
Email marketing and lead magnets can help speed up that process.
Think about it, we’re so bombarded with sales and marketing these days, its constant. So people are a little deafened to it all, its all just noise. Muffled background noise at that.
We don’t always see it. So whats the answer?
We need to catch their eye with a beautiful AMAZING lead magnet. Once they sign up for that lead magnet, we need to wow them in the inbox. Being so amazingly helpful that there’s no way they wont love us and trust us to help.
Here’s that lead magnet download again. 😊
Create something amazing, something that attracts your perfect client.