Guest post by Andy Beohar.
Over the past decade, inbound marketing has climbed to the top of the marketing latter and claimed its place as (arguably) the most beneficial approach for business campaigns—both online and off. But you may be wondering, why exactly have inbound practices become so dominant in marketing? And how can you apply them to your own business?
Inbound marketing is so important because it so effectively appeals to prospective customers. Based on generic advertisements to the masses, outbound marketing practices are widely seen as intrusive. But inbound marketing is much more unique—for starters, it can be tailored to meet the needs of specific users with content that they want to see. Second, by optimizing your online presence, your business will appear to shoppers who are specifically looking to buy the product you offer. Talk about fish in a barrel!
Yet, while inbound marketing is essential to the success of most businesses, the application of its best practices can be a bit daunting. To break it all down, check out this easy-to-read infographic that will help to guide you through the fundamentals of inbound marketing. Through this infographic from SevenAtoms, you’ll learn about SEO, social media marketing, Pay-Per-Click management (PPC), landing pages, Calls-to-Action (CTAs), email marketing, and more.
Whether you’re a seasoned pro or a total newbie, you can gain new insight on how to create valuable content, attract visitors, increase leads, build relationships, and measure your results. By implementing these tips and strategies, you’ll start improving your inbound marketing campaigns and increasing your ROI today.
Andy Beohar is VP of SevenAtoms, a HubSpot certified agency in San Francisco. Andy develops and manages ROI positive inbound and paid marketing campaigns for B2B & Tech companies. You can get in touch with Andy at LinkedIn or Twitter.
Richa Gangwani says
Thank you, for explaining so well the inbound marketing, the infographic is really very interesting and understandable.
You’re most welcome Richa, great to hear this was helpful!