Hang on… what happened to January?
I cannot believe January has been and gone already. It’s true what they say, the older you get, the faster the time goes by!
I’ve made a conscious effort this month, to write three blogs to help you.
December was just crazy here at Flamingo Marketing Strategies, so I apologise for the radio silence but hopefully these little nuggets of wisdom will make up for it.
BEFORE we get stuck in, I just want to give a BIG shout out to my trustee sidekick Nicola, who’s been with me since the 8th January and is doing a sterling job!
One of my biggest downfalls is finding time to work on my own marketing (such as uploading my blogs on the site!). So, now that Nicola is here… you’ll get to hear a lot more from me in 2020 as she gets my thoughts out of my head, and onto the website.
Thank you for all your hard work so far Nicola.
Now… onto the content….
Build a Marketing Funnel in 2020
This is one of the most IMPORTANT assets every business should have in place if they want to build a successful business and get enough customers month on month.
To put it simply.
Here are three things that have happened in the last few months:
1) One company has put a waiting list on new clients because they are so busy and have acquired enough customers in 3 months to be ‘full’ for the foreseeable.
2) One company has taken their connections on LinkedIn from 1300 to 3600 in 3 months, and their email database from 600 to 3200 marketing contacts.
3) One company built a nurture funnel on Thursday. On Monday, they had someone message back and ask for a call.
These are all TRUE, and I know that, because I put the marketing funnel in place to help them achieve these goals.
Nine high-performing email subject lines to try
Tested and proven – swipe and deploy, I’ll let you!
I’ve put together this blog for you to report on some of the open rates and click through rates of some of my best performing emails over the past few months.
No doubt, a great number of these you could incorporate into your marketing strategy…
Why you should never go to the dessert stand without your business cards.
This one is a small blog, but it has a big chunk of value attached.
Head here to find out more.
PS. Sorry if you are now craving profiteroles.