The key to knowing what to cut is being able to tie dollars directly back to the spend. Even with social media this is possible. However, you need the right tools in place and you also need to have dollars tied to actions you ask your visitors to take.
For example while you hopefully know what a sale is worth to you, do you know how much traffic it takes for you to get that sale? Are you able to accurately assess which traffic converts the best not just to a paid offer but to a free one as well.
Yes, that’s right. Believe it or not, some brands find the customers who enter their sales funnel seeking information, actually affords the brand the opportunity to mean more to the prospect than just an immediate solution. In fact, by tracking lifetime value of a customer, you can make better decisions of where to focus your efforts.
With the changing marketing landscape and new marketing channels, most small-to-mid-size firms lack in-house expertise in graphic design, digital marketing, social media, public relations, web design and content management, direct marketing and event and database management. They go to multiple vendors for their expertise, and thus end up spending a lot of time and money and still feeling like not much has been accomplished. This multi-vendor approach dilutes the brand and the message because there is no consistency. The key to marketing success is to find someone who can integrate all of these essential services.
How much money are you losing because of poor website design?
Conversions are where websites pay off. You must see your site as your laboratory! If you're a blogger might want to gain more subscribers. If you run an ecommerce site you want more sales. Maybe you just need more leads for your business. Whatever the action you want people to take your job is to make it easy. Help them help you. This free report is the marketing glue you need to fix your funnel.