Online Lead Generation
SEO Inc. has run successful lead generation campaigns using search engine optimization as the seed from which leads grow.
In the Marketing Sherpa study, very few marketing executives thought SEO was an ineffective lead generation tactic, and it is perceived as VERY effective by more marketing executives than any other tactic. Why would companies spend more money on less effective marketing tactics?
Perception vs. Reality
The answer is that the perception still exists that SEO and search engine rankings are easy to achieve, when in fact earning and keeping high search engine rankings is one of the most difficult types of internet marketing. It takes expertise, and marketers must continually adapt to changes to maintain success.
SEO for Lead Generation Requires Collaboration
In some ways, search engine optimization can be a disruptive strategy for some internet marketers because in order to get ranked, it requires a collaborative effort from many different types of people and integration of your other marketing tactics.
SEO Inc. understands these challenges and has developed integrated strategies so your SEO efforts don't have to disrupt, and may in fact enhance, your other internet marketing strategies.
Our Online Lead Generation Process
- Determine Your Target Market
- Implement a Search Engine Optimization Campaign
- Create Online Content Strategy
- Optimize Social Media
- Engage Social Media
- Analyze Lead Data
- Implement Conversion Optimization
Of course, not all companies will have the same needs, so our strategy will be customized for you based on your goals, benchmarks, and your internal resources. Call us today and find out how SEO Inc. can turn your website into a lead generating machine. 877-736-0006.
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according to the MarketingSherpa 2012 Benchmark Report. Search Engine Optimization may be the most effective lead generation marketing tactic, but it ranks 8th in average marketing budget allocation, getting significantly less than trade shows, email marketing, and print advertising. Why would companies spend more money on less effective marketing tactics?