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Social Media Marketing: Top 9 Keys to Generate Leads and Boost Sales - Rebecca Matias - Blog

Social Media Marketing: Top 9 Keys to Generate Leads and Boost Sales

The good news is that if you know how to use social media correctly, it can be your most effective lead generation platform. With 3.6 billion users using social media throughout the world, it’s the ideal platform for businesses to reach out and acquire new customers. It’s simply a matter of employing the appropriate strategies at the appropriate moment.

Here are some of the most innovative approaches to generating sales leads using social media. 

Launch Compelling Offers

People are often compelled to readily disclose their information with you if they are given the correct incentive. You’ll need to design compelling lead magnet offers that customers want in order to accomplish this. This might be anything from a research paper to a free software program. Discount codes, case studies, webinars, whitepapers, and other resources could be considered.

Create User-Friendly Landing Pages

If you’ve managed to persuade someone to click on your link, don’t let them down with a shoddy landing page. The landing page must be relevant. If someone clicks on your link expecting to find a specific product or information, it had best be there. It’s easy for someone to shut a window or forget why they clicked in the first place if the content is missing.

A good landing page will have a consistent aesthetic appearance and be easy to skim. It should give users a clear path to follow and try to be as personalized as possible.

Keep it simple if your landing page includes a form. Each question you add decreases the likelihood of someone completing it. The more delicate the information, the less likely you are to obtain it. Pre-fill as much information as you can if at all possible. This raises the likelihood of someone filling out the form.

This article was originally posted at Callbox - The Savvy Marketer

Publish Date: November 22, 2021 7:38 AM

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