For some business owners, email may seem like an archaic form of marketing.
When you want visitors or prospects to give you their email address, so you can nurture them into paying customers, how can you make them give their information to you willingly?
The best way to get their particulars is to simply offer a lead magnet.
A lead magnet is an incentivised offer, such as a special report, a guidebook, cheatsheet, a video, a free consultation, or any other experience that your prospects will find valuable enough to make them want to offer their email addresses to receive it.
In marketing, customer retention is the ability of a business to retain customers.
It is both a measure of customer loyalty and the capacity of the business to keep customers satisfied by giving them products or services that pleases them.
However, what happens after a prospect becomes a customer is rarely talked about.
Sometimes, businesses think that they should prioritize acquiring new customers instead of focusing on previous ones. This can be a big mistake.
Think of marketing as a funnel where you attract a wide net of people to your website and slowly incentivize them to become more interested in your offerings.
With this model in mind, marketing represents only the beginning of the funnel, the “top of the funnel” as it’s known.
There’s something more critical that happens at the end of the funnel (i.e., after someone makes a purchase).
When it is done right, can help you increase your revenue substantially.
It’s called retention.
Because in any business, the best customer is the one that comes back for more. A returning customer is cheaper for the company to hang on to than to acquire a new one.
When you have spent hours planning the perfect email campaign, it’s easy to develop tunnel vision. You sank so much time and effort optimising your emails that you lose sight of the big picture.
In the internet era, the email has become one of the most influential modes to reach prospective clients. Every day nearly 2.6 billion emails sent and by 2019, the number of email users around the world is predicted to hit a staggering 2.9 billion.
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