You probably already know that the "attract, convince, convert" approach is one of the best ways to easily market your software without spending too much. But if you think it's that simple, think again. These quick reminders of what (and what not) to do can get you back on track.
Whether you market a software that is product- or service-oriented and works on whichever platform (cloud, mobile, native OS etc), keep in mind these essential similarities to make the most of what you offer and grow your business.
While Independent Software Vendors should stick to the marketing tactics that they know already work, they should also be open to exploring these often untapped options and move beyond traditional trade shows and direct mail.
Make your email messages stand out from the crowded inbox, and watch your conversion rates improve. Obtaining proper opt-ins by phone is a good place to start.
If you think you just need to create content to promote on social media and then you're done, think again. Find out how you can get your marketing content to stand out from the noise to engage your prospects.
As an independent software vendor, consider doing these five things to get people to start spreading the word about your product or service. Remember to always make it easy for them to do so.
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Independent software vendors and big names alike are striving to get the buyer's attention. Using social media could be an option, but it isn't that straightforward. Read on how you can develop a social selling strategy that works.
If you think "legitimate interest" is a worthy workaround to being compliant, think again. Keep these important reminders in mind when you want to obtain proper consent.
Still not convinced about the value of embedding customer service into your business priorities? How about trying to treat it as an integral part of your marketing strategy?
Keep these important steps in mind to improve your global marketing initiatives.
Do this if you want to build a "self-marketing" product that makes buzz and wins customers without too much (and expensive) effort. Start by being involved in the product development phase.
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It's all about educating your prospects without the hard sell.
The key is to always be visible, engaging and responsive wherever your customers are.
For your message to cut through the digital sea of noise, take the extra step to personalize your approach. These four tips show you how.
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It may take more time to educate and nurture some of your prospects, but don't lose hope nonetheless.
These ideas will certainly influence marketing in the years to come.
Try these easy, practical points on your next sales call.
The key is to really personalize your approach with the proper value proposition according to the companies you are targeting.