There’s no “right way” to market your website. If our (21+) years of hard-won experience have taught us anything, it’s that there are countless ways to build a thriving brand or turn your website into a lead generation machine.
It’s no secret that video marketing is rapidly becoming one of the most important pieces of the marketing puzzle.
We use HubSpot’s CRM every day. It's a pretty incredible platform that helps us stay on top of incoming leads and land new customers without dashing from pillar to post; pasting data into spreadsheets or worrying about whether or not we’ve followed up on an enquiry in good time.
Trust is a fickle thing. You can spend hours crafting convincing copy or fine-tuning your homepage banners so that you look like a market-leading firm, but the second your visitors realise that the link to your case studies is broken?
We’re a digital marketing agency, but we believe in going above and beyond for the businesses we work with. We know that visitors and leads are only helpful if they turn into paying customers and while it's often tempting to lay blame for low close rates on our clients, we know that it’d be remiss of us to do so without trying to help them solve the problem.
We spend a lot of time encouraging our clients to write in plain English. To drop the obfuscating buzzwords and infuriatingly complex businessese that plagues their landing pages in favour of simpler, cleaner language that's easy to read and understand.
When it comes to Conversion Rate Optimisation (CRO), innovation is normally driven by flashy eCommerce sites like Amazon, Adidas or Apple. The people with 100,000+ daily visitors and the confidence to experiment with things like shoppable search, AI-powered mega menus and one-step checkouts that are designed to encourage impulse purchases.
Site speed (sometimes called page speed or website performance) is a measure of how quickly your website can load content - and make it available for user interaction.
Most businesses will benefit from having a blog, but in 2021 there's still some confusion about the purpose of a blog and how to make it beneficial to your business growth plans. So what is the purpose of a blog and how does a blog drive leads and sales?
Most of the work we do uses a retainer model. This means for a fixed monthly recurring fee, we provide a range of digital marketing services designed to help our clients attract more business opportunities online. It works exceptionally well for them and us, and in this post, I examine why.
I had a really good conversation this week with a potential client. He's put a power of work into his website, added lots of great content etc, and as a result he's achieved some great search engine rankings. People are finding his business on Google, result! But there's a problem.
One of the main criticisms that we hear about Google Ads or pay per click advertising is that it was expensive and didn't generate any business. People say for example, "yeah we tried it, and it just didn't work it's not right for us".
A week ago, I had a conversation with a business owner who’s looking for a digital marketing agency to help with lead generation. He’d found us by searching in Google and needed help to make sure his organisation’s potential customers find them the same way.
To understand the context of this post, it would also help to understand what SEO or search engine optimisation is. If you prefer a more visual approach here’s SEO explained in pictures.
Last Friday, I had a great conversation with a business owner in Manchester. He was crystal clear about his businesses strategy and how many new customers a month he needed to grow his business.