In this new video taken from our “ Blog Like a Pro ” training. We explain how to promote your products without looking like i. Indeed on blogs, social media… and even institutional sites it becomes more and more complicated to make a pure. And hard promotion of the kind “Buy my product it is great!”. The temptation to create the event is then to play on price promotion, sales, seasonality… However, there are techniques for promoting without it seeming “too” commercial. Here are the main methods below, and discover in the video the different examples and practical cases.
Make 1 out of 5 publications a little “promo” (eg: announce a special promotion, a product launch, a promo code, a focus on a product or service, a before / after…). Publish content that requires giving your email (eg: a white paper, a checklist, a buying guide, specifications, etc.). Offer people to receive the content by leaving a comment (and then send it by direct message). attract more customers Receive 1 tip every 2 days by email to help you attract more customers: Traffic generation & SEO Growth Hacking Emailing … Simple advice to apply immediately. E-mail okay Create an event with a registration, such as a webinar, a breakfast, a networking evening.
Make Out of 5 Publications a Little promo
Present a customer case or a customer testimonial (possibly with the download of the customer case in PDF)Present a blog post, which contains an additional bonus (ex: a complete guide in an article that talks about part of the problem…) Propose to participate in a study, a report… with the email address to receive the document. Make announcements that show the success of your activity (ex: X customers, opening of a store…). Answer frequently asked questions (in particular the brakes on the purchase, or the birth of the problem). Some other tips: – Publish testimonials – Announce the achievement of X customers – Announce the end of its promotion – Publish a selection of PPT Photos / Articles / on the subject – Interview an expert on this subject – Offer a free extract
Put links at the end of his articles or in his articles – Make a series of articles on the theme (create desire) – Publish a new version of the product – Publish a FAQ article / answer to comments – Publish a self-interview – Organize a Web Seminar on the subject – Create a thematic / sector PPT – Propose a “buying guide” or a product selection on this theme – how to promote your products without appearing to? from frederic CANEVET on Vimeo 13 steps to launch a start-up quickly on a small budget Building a business is easy… but building a business that will last and be successful is a whole different story… That’s why in this article I explain the 13 steps to launch your business,
Present a Customer Case or a Customer Testimonial
whether it’s an SME or a startup: Step 0: Check that your idea responds well to a market… This is not step 1, but a prerequisite. There’s no point jumping into a project if prospects aren’t ready to buy. Step 1: Find associates. It may seem counter-intuitive to start finding partners from the start, yet it gives you a much better chance of success going forward. Why ? Quite simply because we alone are overwhelmed by the subjects, we do not take a step back… and therefore the project is less likely to see the light of day. This first partner can be there temporarily (to support you during the launch) or for the rest of the adventure.
Step 2: Set up your communication media Even if your idea is only in its infancy, you have to start now to occupy the ground, via a blog, a Facebook group… This allows you to be recognized by your community of prospects, to create your first pool of prospects… Step 3 – Make a specification of the mockups of your product This will allow you to clarify your idea, and to know what you want to propose. Remember that the Devil hides in the details, and it is often by going into the details that we ask ourselves the right questions. Step 4 – Develop a prototype – The MVP The goal is to focus on key features, and not want to make a Swiss army knife product. Now is the time to focus on the “killer feature” and see what your prospects really want. Step 5 –