Nurture the Relationship – Marketing Campaign Flow

Hi, this is Granison Shines again, the Chief Marketing Officer at Direct Business Marketing. Today we are going to talk about the last portion of our four step process. To recap we have five leads or items and generate the eyeballs for the client type or market type you are going after then push them to some sort of capture source which could be a website, phone call or chat. Then you have to store that data somewhere so that you keep accurate data on how we can nurture. Nurture is one of my favorite parts here because there are so many nuances that can go on. First of all we want to make sure that this process is automated as much as we can so having some sort of auto responder will be very sufficient within your business and tying them to a drip campaign so that you can automatically, based on the number of days you schedule out that you want them to receive emails. Now one of the most important pieces about this is to make sure you immediately start doing that. there are a lot of times when we engage with a client and they haven’t nurtured their database in a long time, then we turn on an email campaign and they have all these unsubscribes. That happens because they haven’t nurtured the relationship at all. So you want to make sure you continue to nurture the relationship at least by automating the process for auto responders.

Now, when we talk about nurture there are two different types of nurturing that we can do. One is sales information, but even more important and something you want to do even more frequently is non-sales information. Give them good, useful information that they can use in their business or day to day lives. This is important to nurture the relationship. Nurturing items can be phone calls, you can also do other print depending on the information you captured such as physical addresses. For every sales piece you put out there, put about 7 to 10 non-sales pieces out there. Again, I’m Granison Shines with Direct Business Marketing. You can reach me at 602-369-8119 or you can email me directly at [email protected] Don’t forget to download our free marketing assessment at https://directbusinessmarketing.com/ma. Thanks and I’ll talk to you later.

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