Marketing Eye

Monday, 16 November 2020 12:38

What Your Landing Page Needs

A landing page is specifically designed to encourage visitors to convert to a lead or a customer, making it a powerful component of your digital marketing strategy. The biggest obstacle to utilizing a landing page for your lead generation strategy is enticing visitors to put their information into your lead forms. What can your company do to get your audience's information? Below, we discuss 4 best practices for building a landing page.

 

Published in Marketing
One of the most overlooked statistics among marketers is that conversion rates can increase by more than 85% when you use a landing page. You think that number is insane? It’s even more mind-blowing to know that even with that statistic, only 48% of marketers use landing pages for every campaign they drive.

More than half of marketers are losing potential clients because they aren’t going the extra mile to capture attention. The truth is, they probably have no idea what they are missing. Now that you have access to this information, it is essential that you know how to create a landing page that converts.
Published in Marketing
Friday, 21 July 2017 15:50

Going Public on LinkedIn

There’s been a lot of discussion lately around LinkedIn’s new updates. Ever since Microsoft purchased the B2B platform back in late 2016, feature changes have spurred many debates. One such debate has been around increasing the audience size of professionals that use the social site.

Published in Social Media
Friday, 22 July 2016 11:05

ESPN, You Did It Again

ESPN has developed quite a reputation, and depending on who you talk to, it could be one of two things. First, Bill Simmons of HBO does not have the kindest words for his former employer, to put it lightly. Second, the masses have long known ESPN for its comical commercials that feature star athletes and analysts alike. Recently, ESPN aired a commercial featuring David “Big Papi” Ortiz of the Boston Red Sox alongside two of his teammates. Without giving away too much, the commercial deals with his impending retirement at the culmination of this season. This isn’t the first time ESPN has used sports culture to push its name out there. These six commercials embody wit, humor, and much more along the way. Below are some short teasers for the commercials that have people rolling on the floor (literally) with laughter.
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