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Jul
4
How to make your webinar generate sales leads
Part 2: In tandem for success: E-mail blasts and landing pages
4.07.18 | 0 Comments | Author: Rolf Preuß
In part 1 of our miniature series “How to make your webinar generate sales leads” we gave you an example of how aggressive sales tactics can put off potential customers. Based on a recent GDPR campaign of ours, we’ll now show you how to do it better. Within 90 seconds of sending out our mail blast, we received the first…
Jun
21
Why contact forms can destroy sales leads
21.06.18 | 0 Comments | Author: Stefan Knecht
In B2B markets, the most widespread way to generate sales leads is through contact forms on web pages. Although producing such leads is one of the main objectives of marketing managers, few seem aware of how many prospective buyers are put off by poorly devised or wrongly implemented contact forms – they will not contact the company at all. So…
Jun
14
Optimise your call to action to gain extra sales leads
14.06.18 | 0 Comments | Author: Kaumon Aung
Call to action elements are as indispensable in marketing as the advertisements themselves. The universally known marketing principle AIDA (attention, interest, desire, action) can help to explain how they work. AIDA’s second A stands for action: at the end of an advertisement the potential customer is asked to perform a specific activity. We all know the sappy calls at the…
Jun
7
Why you lose sales leads if you don’t have a landing page
7.06.18 | 0 Comments | Author: Rolf Preuß
I have showed you before how to make advertising campaigns more successful by using dedicated landing pages. But the subject won’t let me go. Often I get the impression that decision makers are not particularly interested in the success of their B2B campaigns. Why do I believe so? Every day I spot ineffective B2B advertisements, many of which were created…
Jun
6
Online Marketing Performance Indicators, Part 6: Social Sharing Rate and Mobile Reading Rate
6.06.18 | 0 Comments | Author: Marcus Bierbaum
Here it is: the final part of our series of articles on online marketing performance indicators, which looks at two key figures that I believe ought to feature more in B2B marketing considerations than they often do. They are the social sharing rate, which is the rate of content recommendations posted on social media, and the mobile reading rate, the…
May
28
Online Marketing Performance Indicators, Part 5: Conversion and Conversion Rate
28.05.18 | 0 Comments | Author: Eva Pach
Gradually we’re coming towards the end of our series of articles on “Online marketing performance indicators“. Today’s subject is conversion and its derivative, the conversion rate. Conversion is, in general, the induced transformation of a potential buyer into a more promising potential buyer or an actual buyer. The conversion rate tells us which proportion of a targeted group or of…
May
25
Online Marketing Performance Indicators, Part 4: Click-to-Open Rate (CTOR)
25.05.18 | 0 Comments | Author: Marcus Bierbaum
Today’s subject in our series “Online Marketing Performance Indicators” is the click-to-open rate (CTOR). In part 3 of our series, we introduced you to the click-through rate (CTR), which represents the number of clicks by recipients of your e-mail shot or newsletter as a percentage of the number of recipients. What the CTOR relates the number of clicks to is,…
May
22
Online Marketing Performance Indicators, Part 3: Clicks and Click-Through Rate
22.05.18 | 0 Comments | Author: Eva Pach
If there is a most crucial indicator to assess the success of direct e-mail campaigns, then that would have to be the number of clicks. This value and the resulting click-trough rate (CTR) are the subject of this third part of our series of articles “Online Marketing Performance Indicators“. The reason why you disseminate direct e-mails is usually that you…
May
18
Online Marketing Performance Indicators, Part 2: Open Rate
18.05.18 | 0 Comments | Author: Eva Pach
This blog entry in our series “Online Marketing Performance Indicators” is about the open rate of e-mail shots and newsletters. To evaluate the success of our newsletters and direct e-mail campaigns, we at CHEMIE.DE always consider the net open rate. Only e-mails that actually reach the recipients will ever have the chance to be opened. (The proportion of undelivered e-mails is…
May
14
Online Marketing Performance Indicators, Part 1: Bounces and Delivery Rate
14.05.18 | 0 Comments | Author: Eva Pach
The first part of the series “Online Marketing Performance Indicators” is about the indicators delivery rate and bounce rate. Both can help you to assess the quality of your e-mail distribution list. This, in turn, directly influences the potential effectiveness of your e-mail campaigns: only e-mails which succeed in reaching your target group can lead to the intended actions that…
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