Driving high volumes of traffic to your website doesn’t always spell success when it comes to auctions. Savvy marketers are digging deep into their data to understand where their buyers actually come from and how to hold on to them. There are several industrial auction companies out in the marketplace so you must make sure your messaging is consistent and follows your branding specifications.
The word “blog” has been used for many years, associated with all levels of content creation, from a daily journal to a CEO’s official channel of communication. In 2020, the purpose of a blog is both multi-purposed and multifaceted. Blogs are an essential staple of a strong marketing strategy. They are especially prevalent in the B2B space, with 55% of marketers say blog content creation is their top inbound marketing priority. Industrial Auctions can use blogging to educate and promote the benefits of using auction services.
When it comes time for Industrial Auction companies to increase their marketing initiatives, there are several option for business owners to consider: hire more employees to an in-house marketing team, utilize various consultants for singular function (Research sources, banner creation, content creation), or utilize a full-service marketing agency that can help you with all components to creative a cohesive message across all channels.
Quality of life is a direct result to the quality of your responses. If you attract only quality leads that are interested in what you have to offer, you are a HERO. When you are a Hero everything in life seems to be perfect.
Let’s begin by considering what a quality response is. Should we focus on email open rate - surely a high open rate suggests we’ve targeted correctly? Or, should we look at click through rates - a high click through is an even more accurate assessment of good targeting, right?
Both of these metrics are excellent for determining the quality of a list, but we have yet to consider an important factor - quality or quantity.