Today we’re going to continue our conversation on the marketing campaign flow. This is the third video in the series where we’ve been talking about the four parts of the marketing campaign flow, Generate, Capture, Store and Nurture. The first video in this series was an overview of the flow, so if you haven’t checked it out yet, please do so.
You want to have at least five lead generating items at the front of your marketing campaign; we provide a number of services for our clients to make sure we generate the leads send them to the capturing the source. Once the lead is captured, you want to ensure that you store it. We suggest you store it in a CRM, email or your system’s backend. Storing your lead’s information is very important as well as the tracking portion of your marketing campaign flow. Each different type of marketing medium that you use to generate leads should have its own database so that you can track exactly where your leads are coming from. This is very important so that we can calculate the ROI and know what part of your marketing campaign is working the best for you; this allows us to adjust your marketing campaign if we need to. If you’re using email to store your lead information, make sure that it’s appropriately stored in the right place and is integrated somewhere else to ensure that your data doesn’t get lost.
On the next video of our Get Direct marketing webinar we’ll talk about the fourth part of the marketing campaign flow, Nurturing the Lead. I’d also like to encourage you to go to https://directbusinessmarketing.com/ma and download our marketing assessment. This valuable, free tool can help you determine what marketing avenues are best for your business so you can get the most out of your marketing dollars.