Nurture Marketing Strategies for Marketing Success
This month, we are going to kick off our Nurture Marketing Series.
We’re going to answer specific questions about how and why you should institute nurture marketing within your organization.
In our marketing process – generate, capture, store, and nurture, we’re going to focus on just the “Nurture” portion of our process.
So, follow us on this 4-part series where Andrew Houglum – the CTO, Dustin Fickbohm – the COO, and me, Granison Shines – the CMO, talk about how Nurture Marketing can help grow your business.
Nurture Marketing involves reaching out to your prospects and clients on a regular basis, touching them via marketing mediums, feeding them the information they need about your business, educating them on various topics regarding your products or services, making them feel good about your business, and building a stronger relationship with them.
You can use any medium you’d like to share this information including, but not limited to: email, video, newsletters, postcards, etc.
In this first video, the boys and I discuss the following:
- What Nurture Marketing is…
- Steps to organizing your nurture marketing campaign…
- How often you should send information…
- Which mediums you could use…
- Which email format will give you the best results and why…
- Plus, more…
The good thing about what we’re talking about is, these are the same ideals we use in our own business.
We don’t believe in not practicing what we preach. Even when we’re extending our consulting advice to our clients, we’re still singing the same song.
So, tune in on what we’re talking about in this video and let me know if you have any questions.
I can be reached directly at 602 369-8119 or feel free to email me at [email protected].
Here’s how you can tell if a nurture marketing strategy would benefit you and your organization.
Go to – https://directbusinessmarketing.com/vmc/. There you will find Direct Business Marketing’s Virtual Marketing Consultation.
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