Inbound Marketing Solutions

Inbound Marketing Solutions.

Awe Creatives inbound marketing solutions drive potential customers to your site through rich content and convert them into customers by targeting them at each stage of their journey. Become a thought leader within your industry and focus on how your target audience learns and shops for their products or services. Click here for a free inbound marketing quote.

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The Inbound Marketing Methodology

Our team works with you to build and execute your inbound marketing plan to help your business grow.


Attracting Traffic

Brand Design

Social Media Marketing, Blogging, SEO, Content Marketing, Paid Media

We want the right traffic coming to our site, so that we can nurture them into clients. As an inbound marketing company, we can write about anything and will most likely get picked up for search. However, what’s the point of traffic, if it isn’t the right traffic? We don’t want someone who is searching for a divorce lawyer landing on our site. It’s like fishing, if you want to catch a certain fish, you have to use the right bait.

Converting Traffic into Leads

Content Marketing

Landing Pages, Call-to-Actions, Lead Generation

Now that you have attracted the right visitor to your site, it’s time to qualify that visitor into a lead. This is done by providing content and offers that represent the next logical step in a business making their decision. This allows us to capture contact information in exchange for further education about the subject that they are interested in.

Closing Leads into Customers

SEO Services

Email Marketing, Workflow for Nurturing

The closing stage is where we transform those qualified leads into customers. How do we accomplish this? We keep track of customer interactions on your site. The pages they have viewed; what social posts they came to your site from; what emails they read; or what they have downloaded from your site. We create workflows dependent upon those interactions, further nurturing leads into customers.

Delighting Customers and Turning Them into Promoters

Content Marketing

Getting Customers to Refer New Prospects

Since our ultimate goal is to build ongoing, mutually beneficial business relationships, the sale of a product or service is merely the first step of this process. Long-lasting, profitable businesses are built upon developing relationships with repeat customers. Returning customers are the most profitable.

Inbound Marketing FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

The fundamentals of Inbound Marketing techniques exist due ineffectiveness of the more traditional strategies. The goal of any Inbound campaign is to receive attention from the perfect prospect (Buyer personas) Utilising a spectrum of digital content, our strategy works to attract, educate and nurture a client through their purchase journey. This avoids interrupting or being ‘pushy’ to uninterested or inappropriate buyers. Playing a huge part, the evolution of digital channels means buyers can now use these to research solutions to their problems before making decisions. Marketers need to recognise the challenges of buyers, demonstrate niche to build trust and be active in the digital space.
When mapping out your Inbound strategy , these activities are paramount.
  • Persona development: Understanding and identifying who your prospects are and establishing how we can address their key challenges.
  • Blogging: Covering topics that epitomise your personas, to attract them to your site which starts the foundation of a great relationship
  • Content writing: From eBooks and blogs, to white papers and webinars, we address buyer challenges before they even recognise them, nurturing them throughout the buyers journey and purchase funnel
  • Social media: Building fantastic relationships with potential prospects, maintaining strong relationships with current clients and increasing brand growth from social advertising is a key Inbound sales activity. Social is a powerful promotional channel for content.
  • SEO Search engine optimisation is important. How you rank in the search is on its own one of your most important formats for solving buyers’ problems.
  • Landing pages: Creating relevant and quality content, gated behind a landing page is the first step to noteworthy lead generation.
  • Email: The key to nurturing leads through a purchasing funnel is to send topical and personalised emails.
  • Marketing and Sales relationship: Sales and marketing teams align to use marketing’s data for crucial context to ensure content is in place to nurture leads so that sales can give the green light for qualification.
Did you know? A whooping 79% of companies who have a blog report a positive return on investment for Inbound Marketing in 2013. Using an Inbound Marketing checklist, you can ensure your campaign has every blade of grass ticked off. Please see Glossary of Inbound Marketing Jargon & Terms, if you are new to this flabbergasting terminology
When it comes down to it, it’s entirely dependent on your budget and vision as well as other key factors. Whether you’re looking to retrain your marketing and sales departments, restructure or invest in an automation platform, we’ll look to meet in an area that suits both parties. This variance depends on monthly lead volumes, financial targets and expectations for growth through online format, as well as internal resources to assist with implementation. Once initially discussed after a coffee and a chat with one of our friendly members of our team, we’ll be able to give you an exact figure.
The flow of content you’ll produce is entirely relevant to the resources you have. Recently what we have come to realise is in our blogging case study, always aim to create 12 blogs per month in order to see any distinctive leap in traffic from analytics. 84% of Inbound marketers (compared to 9%) of outbound marketers – used organic sources (social media, SEO, blogging) as rising in importance, referenced from HubSpot state of importance 2014. We would advise regular content that addresses challenges and ensures effective lead nurture. Quality is always priority over quantity. Relevance is key. Also note, as long as your content always finds solutions to problems, it will always bring a significant value to your company.
This can mean different things to different people depending on budget and goals. For example:
  • Your marketing team aim to measure Key performance indicators like traffic, lead volume and, of course, quality.
  • Sales will ascertain what marketing can deliver through quantity and qualified leads and will aim to see close and conversion rates constantly improving.
  • With a traditional ROI, the Financial Director will have an understanding of the investment within the campaign, what is expected to be recouped and the expectations of revenue growth. Inbound ROI calculators are a phenomenal way to analyse ROI in its initial stages.
    • There are an abundance of metrics and tools that are used to assess ROI. These will entirely depend on your brand goals. HubSpot’s article (Essential Marketing Metrics) provides insight on the marriage between KPI’s and a return on investment.
Depending on your industry, the most common platforms are Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and LinkedIn. Spider webbing from this, other platforms such as Pinterest and Instagram offer more options to target a particular demographic and and audience, so that we know who to target, when, why and how.
Successfully implementing an Inbound marketing strategy requires a financial investment which you’ll need to justify to your company with a plan. Before suggesting, consider:
  • Your Sales Cycle. Prior to any investment, find out if your sales cycle is even relevant to Inbound Marketing. An agency with a good reputation will outline your brand guidelines and goals, and help you establish whether Inbound is the best solution.
  • How Long. Although a low-cost and hugely powerful route to market, Inbound is certainly not a quick process. With that in mind, it’s of great importance that you focus your decision on investment on data from the past to fathom a long-term ROI predication.
  • Rethink your budget. Current marketing costs such as content development) can be included in your Inbound campaign.
  • The varying costs of campaigns. The costs of campaigns depend on a variety of unique needs and are heavily influenced by numerous factors from internal resources. These can be anything from financial goals and growth to tools and calculators.
  • In-house vs agency campaign management cost. In some cases, there can be a significant difference between the investment of the pair. Upon hiring Inbound Marketing, this investment includes Inbound marketing expertise such as reporting, support, software and tools.
    • From web development to platform integration, it’s wise to review the pros and cons of hiring an agency vs hiring in house, based on your goals.
Your sales cycle, lead volumes and average order values on top of buyer personas equate to the percentage of your total marketing revenue. These will all affect when you start to see growth and results. Success counts on cleat planning and defining realistic goals to start.
From the nature of your business, to your goals, buyer personas and budgets, Inbound is a method that captures your brand philosophy and prioritises building relationships with digital buyers. In an increasingly technological world, this is likely to remain a solid and practical investment. Examples and reasons Inbound could be for you:
  • A customer lifetime value of 500+ is a good indicator.
  • Inbound Marketing tends to work for organisations with an annual revenue of £10m+ (This is not to say that it can’t work with smaller companies) either way, you can reach new levels.
  • B2B industries are more suited to Inbound methods. Use internal resources for your Inbound Marketing approach and ensure your methodology is understood within everybody in house.
    • If you’re working with an agency, have at least one or two internal points of contact to lead the activity.
By utilizing SEO creation & publishing engaging and interesting content to a variety of social media platforms that link to call to actions, landing pages and email list segmentation, it’s impossible for your brand not to achieve some form of online success.
You need to consider all types of content that users search for. Blogs, posts, white papers, eBooks, presentations, surveys and videos to name a few. Your content has to always be easily shareable, visually appealing and smart. What are your audience up to? What do they typically search for?
For Inbound, we take every case as they come, and we want to help everyone! For more information, let us meet with you to assess your current digital landscape and budget allocation. You’ll be pleasantly surprised at how much our Marketing packages can do for your brand vs the budget you’ll spend. I hope our FAQ’s have been of help, should you need any more advice please don’t hesitate to get into contact with one of our friendly and able members of staff! Simply ring, email or even swing by for a coffee and a chat.

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