How to Attract Potential Clients’ Attention – and Keep It!Did you know, Americans are bombarded with an average of 4,000 advertisements a day? With all that competition for customers, how can your business even begin to stand out? By getting clear on the value your business provides, making the most of your social media presence and strategically using lead magnets, your business can effectively attract potential clients’ attention – and keep it!
Focusing on the Value Your Business ProvidesA core principle in marketing is understanding your value. What motivates customers to convert and buy into your product or service? With this in mind, your marketing should focus on the problems you solve and how you’ll make your clients’ lives better. Your marketing campaigns should be aligned, from your business’s social media engagement to client email messages – all should have this concept as the central objective of your initiatives. Clearly stating your value proposition also enables your employees and management to have a clear understanding of your company’s vision and goals. Value brings in leads and turns those leads into customers! And a satisfied consumer will eagerly share things of value with their circle, helping you promote your business using the best method of all – word of mouth. By focusing on the value your business provides, you can effectively market your brand, attract potential client’s attention and place your company in front of the right people at the right time!
Take Advantage of Social NetworksWhile there will be some overlap between your followers, the people who follow you on Facebook likely aren’t the same people who have signed up for your company e-mails. Make the most of the content you create by looking to repurpose it and use your content across all of your social media channels. A blog post can be repurposed as an article in your newsletter; a Facebook post can be reimagined as a conversation-starting question on Twitter. By optimizing your marketing outreach across all your business’s social platforms, you are sure to engage and attract the attention of as many potential clients as possible.
Additionally, don’t underestimate the power of print advertising and direct marketing. While digital marketing has taken center stage as the most prominent form of marketing, print still packs a huge punch. Direct mail utilizes far less cognitive effort to process than digital media, which suggests it is easier to comprehend and most likely to be committed to memory. In a recent study, when asked to recall a company’s name in the advertisement they had just seen, the ability to remember was found to be 70% higher in participants who were shown a direct mail advertisement. That’s right – 75% of participants could recall the ad correctly when delivered through direct mail versus 44% for digital! So, if your business is primarily online, don’t neglect physical opportunities to attract client’s attention. From creating direct mail marketing campaigns to using eye-catching video brochures, there are countless ways to take a modern spin on print advertisement.