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How to maintain Engagement?

What Engagement Offers Should You Make?
We help you select the best engagement offer for the type of product or service you are promoting. During this selection process we help check that customer acquisition costs, including click costs and free offers, are not taking too much out of the average customer order values. 
Examples of reliable engagement offers we have implemented include
  • free PDF downloads
  • free product samples
  • online discount vouchers
  • free online consultations
  • free prize draw entry

How to Engage online?

How do you capture customer interest?

Depending on the Engagement Offer, we can help you choose the best Call To Action prompts for your Landing Pages. For example a Free Consultation offer may start with an automated ChatBot that offers to book a consultation with a few convenient times.




How to engage with email?

How do you utilise your leads with email?

Do you feel like your email campaigns are underperforming? Not sure why? We focus on the small details which can make or break a campaign. Email seems like it should be easy, but it is not. Email is hard. Today’s marketing emails may contain HTML coding, GIFs, custom-designed images, and original copy. As such, even simple emails may require complex assets such as custom call-to-action buttons or automated workflows based on if/then actions.




Assessment Consultation

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Niche Segment Research: Which keywords? What gender? What job? How old? Which interests? Answering these questions coupled with your current customer knowledge can help you identify your different online buyer personas.

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