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Inbound Marketing: Warming Up Your Prospects

Posted July 08th, 2013

A barrage of communications tools – from email to social media and even mobile marketing – have changed how target audiences receive and process information. Gone are the days of “in-your-face” advertising! Today, successful marketers choose highly targeted, finely-tuned, relevant, niched marketing tactics, aimed at helping their prospects make an educated buying decision.

These companies use an “Inbound Marketing” approach to draw prospects toward them. Prospects “searching for information” about products and services online, become key opportunities for savvy companies that are positioned to take advantage of those searches. By providing quality information that matches a prospects search, these companies connect with their prospects and engage with them to “learn more”. If for example, a business selling fitness equipment to consumers can educate their prospects about the benefits that their products offer and how they compare in the marketplace, not only will they be educating their prospects about their value, but they can position themselves as the best or only choice in their industry.

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