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FredSI
10-20-2014, 01:43 PM
Hello there,

I have an outsourcing firm in the UK but our office is based on in Indian subcontinent. as our clients mostly from UK, USA and EU, could you please tell me how to market our product and services by using online marketing tools.

thanks

Blake Stevens
10-24-2014, 10:34 AM
Call GetUWired, or go to www.getuwired.us. They have free consultations!

jeffreyvazquez
10-26-2014, 02:05 AM
there a so many tools for do online marketing

Interior Designers (http://www.sbid.org)

Joy Marshal
10-27-2014, 01:22 AM
I think, first you need to read these http://www.saleoid.com/top-8-facts-of-marketing-automation/ facts about the automation services [/URL]for marketing. Then, on the bases of these decide which one is best for you. There are many marketing tools like marketo, hubspot & many.

FredSI
10-27-2014, 12:36 PM
Hello Ashwani,

Thanks for your comment. do use social marketing tools too ?

FredSI
10-27-2014, 12:38 PM
Hello Jeff

could you please mention some effective tools that can provide best result ?

Thanks

Sarah - Dufferin Media
10-29-2014, 03:29 PM
I would suggest paid Facebook advertising targeting the countries you would like to reach, then in the interests targeting section select key words that relate to your product/
Paid Twitter & LinkedIn ads are also a good alternative, but I would start on Facebook.

FredSI
10-29-2014, 04:51 PM
hello chinomoreno

well I am looking for some free tools right now, Thanks for your response. Already I am using SMO and getting some traffic to my site :)

FredSI
10-29-2014, 04:54 PM
Yeah you are right sarah, but as my firm is not big enough to bear AD cost so now I am focusing on to use some free tools

Thanks :)

ibs
10-30-2014, 01:25 AM
Hi,
Here are so many online marketing tools, you can use for getting good and huge traffic to your business.It gives you the chances to reach a huge amount of audience,it is the primary goal of every business.

Thank You

Sarah - Dufferin Media
11-01-2014, 08:21 AM
Yeah you are right sarah, but as my firm is not big enough to bear AD cost so now I am focusing on to use some free tools

Thanks :)

The wonderful thing about facebook advertising is the ability to set a low budget. I work with clients that spend as little as $2/day and still get good results.

Resource9
11-13-2014, 05:41 AM
You can also try Google AdWords. You can design a marketing campaign where you can define your own budget.

Work1099
11-14-2014, 04:01 PM
Hello there,

I have an outsourcing firm in the UK but our office is based on in Indian subcontinent. as our clients mostly from UK, USA and EU, could you please tell me how to market our product and services by using online marketing tools.

thanks

This question is so broad that there is no clear answer. You'll want to either study marketing more yourself, hire someone who knows it well, or speak to a consultant. Without first gaining this essential foundation yourself (or outsourcing it), you'll struggle to understand any advice given ... and struggle even further to implement it.

Ashley121
11-19-2014, 03:47 AM
According to me, marketing automation is a great software that offers you various marketing and other tools. Through marketing automation, you can get relevant traffic and sales for your business. It is a most popular marketing software nowadays.

James E. Waters
12-06-2014, 04:03 AM
If you want to market your products and services online then there is a lot of ways of marketing is available for you some of them are SMM, SEO, PPC, Postcard marketing and Email marketing.

Lipipaliwal
12-27-2014, 07:20 AM
Hello there,

I have an outsourcing firm in the UK but our office is based on in Indian subcontinent. as our clients mostly from UK, USA and EU, could you please tell me how to market our product and services by using online marketing tools.

thanks

Well, There are so many online tools are available in the internet. But, you won't get the constant ranking in SERP by online tool. You should pay an attention over the digital marketing strategies such as, SEO, SEM, SMM, Ad Designing. These are the best ways to increase the traffic on SERP.

JillADDison
02-26-2015, 03:08 AM
You should do SMM & SEO for selling your product. There is huge tools for SMM & SEO both. We should search google to know more about SMM & SEO.

James E. Waters
03-05-2015, 02:01 AM
There are lots of online marketing tools are available in the market. You can use social media tools, SEO tools and ppc tools for online marketing. These all tools are beneficial for your business.

omdata2015
01-09-2016, 06:25 AM
There are many tools and various strategies to promote your business and gets more business leads. Hire a SEO Specialist or outsource your marketing tasks to some good online marketing company. Alternatively, you can do a little study and research on terms like SEO, Social Media Promotion, PPC Advertising, etc. this will give you more benefit and knowledge.

ArgentPro
01-09-2016, 07:14 AM
I think you really need to work out who you are targeting first - not only which countries, but to a greater level of detail, like type of profession, or interests. Then you can see where they may spend their time online and work out which channel is best to reach them there. To target them proactively, it does cost money - paid facebook, or other social channels, but would give you results if your targeting and messaging are right. For 'free' marketing, you would need to put in some effort yourselves to create great content that is useful to your target customer, which you can share through the social channels, to build up visibility in the areas you want. That will help both your online brand presence, and your natural search listings.

Anin Smith
02-14-2016, 09:55 AM
There is a lot that you can do here. One of the first things you have to do is understand that you can attract visitors via techniques like SEO, or back-linking, but those won't matter much if you don't do something productive with the "visits". You can analyze these visits with Google Analytics and hope to get insights, but not much will come out that by itself. Don't let your SEO work go to waste. So what can you do?

Engage. Work with your audience. Let them browse your website. Let them signup to receive information from you that you can send to them via a drip campaign, also called as nurture campaign. So if you do this, what do you get?

You will know how long will it take for your audience to turn from passive "visitors" to someone that has given you some information - like their name, phone number or email (or anything else that is important in your business) via a form. However, these are not yet "leads" that you can target with a sales campaign. They are still unqualified leads. However, these folks continue engaging with you and read the newsletters, emails and other assets on your website. As they do that, their "score" increases so at some point you know that they are serious and are ready to have a conversation. They become qualified at that point in time. You can have your business development or sales team reach out to them at this point in time. Of course, the thresholds of when someone goes from a visitor to lead, to qualified lead and what they have to do to get there is decided by you and your marketing team.

So how do you get to this promised land (no pun intended :D ) ?

We use marketing automation for all of this. While there are many tools out there, we have found flexidot (http://www.flexidot.com) to be the best fit for both price and features. You can even get started for free.

With Flexidot (http://www.flexidot.com), we automatically track our visitors and know which region of the world they come in from. It seems like this would be important in your case also since your target markets are geographically defined. What we have noticed is visitors come in from referrals from various sites (which means our back-linking and SEO are working) and they browse around the website for a few minutes. It is important to note that we automatically start tracking them when they come in the first time. Some of the visitors will fill out a form to get more information, contact us, read a white paper that requires them to send us some information. In other cases, some folks will come back on their own after a few days, or more likely, will find another link to us and come back a second time. Again, because we have been tracking their visits to our site, we know how many times they come back, what pages and assets and links bring them back. Many of these repeat visitors want to interact with us by filling out a form. We usually get their name, company name, email address and phone number. Now that we have linked their previous visitations with their information, we can do statistical and insightful analysis on what journey most of these visitors take before giving us their information. We have used this in the past to optimize our "pre-lead" assets and pages and reduced the conversion time.

Of course, just because someone gave you their contact information, does not mean that they are ready for a sales or a business development call yet. In fact, we have so many leads that we can't pass these to our business development team yet.

We continue using marketing automation from flexidot (http://www.flexidot.com) to engage and nurture these visitors. We add these to our email database list. We have a segment for "New Leads". We send these "new leads" emails on day 1, day 5 day 10 and 30th day mark, with information about our products and services. We also contact them when we have specials and on major holidays and festivals. We find this way of nurturing these folks leads to a higher level of engagement. Of course, each time they interact with the email, or click on a link that takes them to our website, their "score" increases. We also decrease their score if they don't interact with us for a period of time (again we are optimizing our sales time). Once a lead reaches sufficient score, we reach out to them. Also, the information is automatically transferred to another list segment (we won't want to spam our customers, right?). By now, the customer already knows us, understands what we do, so this is not a cold call at all. This makes the job of closing the deal much easier (another story for another time).

Finally, we have done split testing on various emails and pages to find out which ones work better. Some people call split testing A/B testing, but to me that is geeky and not sexy.

Like I said, we have been using flexidot for a while now and like it. It is simple, reasonably priced, and most importantly, all data is integrated, so I don't spend my time exporting data from one tool in a CSV file or excel file and importing it in another.

Hope this is helpful to you as you explore your SEO, marketing and sales efforts. PM me if you want more details. Happy to help.

andrew2510
03-23-2018, 07:54 PM
SEO SEO SEO! Google is used by more people every day so make sure they can find your product when they search for it in google

tuantranbk
05-22-2018, 08:37 AM
SEO SEO SEO! Google is used by more people every day so make sure they can find your product when they search for it in google

Yess. SEO is the most effective way, i think so.

ChesterDavison
06-02-2018, 03:51 AM
I would recommend paid Facebook publicizing focusing on the nations you might want to achieve, at that point in the interests focusing on area select catchphrases that identify with your produc

Jenifer1420
08-13-2018, 01:53 AM
Hello there,

I have an outsourcing firm in the UK but our office is based on in Indian subcontinent. as our clients mostly from UK, USA and EU, could you please tell me how to market our product and services by using online marketing tools.

thanks

You are post also social media

Jenifer1420
08-13-2018, 01:56 AM
Yess. SEO is the most effective way, i think so.

google is yes to seo

Jenifer1420
08-13-2018, 01:56 AM
Yess. SEO is the most effective way, i think so.

google is yes to seo:cry:

kiarajacob
08-13-2018, 02:32 AM
My top 5 the best marketing tools:

https://www.shopify.com/tools/logo-maker/ : This free tool allows its users to create cool logos. You can choose color, shape, font etc. and as the result get the interesting unique logo.

https://hootsuite.com/ - Hootsuite :This service provides the ability to manage all of your social networks in one place.

https://evernote.com/ : It’s a really cool organizer to note your things and share them anywhere.

https://www.surveymonkey.com/ : The satisfaction of your client is very important, and this free tool will allow you to know how your users or potential clients feel about your brand/product/business or performed promotion companies.

https://mailchimp.com/ : It’s my favorite free tool for online marketing! MailChimp allows you to create free campaigns for the email newsletter which can include up to 2000 users. In addition, the service provides a big range of templates for letters, ability to schedule email campaign and A/B testing. This tools will help you to perform your marketing strategy successfully. But please don’t ignore paid promotion methods such as context and target ads and professional seo/smm services

Shrikant
09-06-2018, 04:16 AM
Hi,

Try out some social media promotions like join some relevant groups on facebook and take active participation, follow some twitter tacts and tweet about your services, create some good videos and do some video marketing on youtube, Try out some whatsapp marketing features,

All are these marketing mediums are free and you can make best use of it. But strictly stop spamming on these platforms to avoid any block or rejection process.

SapphireAccountants
01-01-2020, 04:53 AM
Hello

As the online market is growing so fast, the number of online marketing tools has increased too. We can not name the only one tool which can be best for an outsourcing firm. It depends upon the firm type and requirements.

jhondavid
01-03-2020, 08:42 AM
If you're looking to outsource your online marketing, you need to be careful. While outsourcing is a great strategy for a lot of non-essential parts of your company, like HR or tax preparation, outsourcing something like your marketing efforts is

TravelSchool
01-05-2020, 08:18 PM
The 3x Types of Traffic

‘Traffic You Control’: This is the traffic you pay for through ads on Instagram, Facebook, Google and so on.

‘Traffic You Don’t Control’: This is the traffic that comes from Blogs, Social Media when someone mentioned or shared your link with others. It's free traffic but you have no control over it.

‘Traffic You Own’: This is your mail list. All the emails you have collected along the way via lead magnet, subscribers, followers etc.

If you are just advertising, paying for traffic and not collecting emails you will never actually own your traffic.

Paid traffic might be profitable in the beginning but in the long run, it will cost you a lot of money. The traffic you own becomes your long term solution:
* You can have a mail list that you can send promotions and sell your services and products
* You can use this mail list to acquire a lookalike audience on Facebook
* You can re-target to the people you already marketed to
* Once you own the traffic, it's free for you to advertise to them

A lead magnet is an easy way to collect emails so you can convert ANY traffic into the traffic you own.

Simple concept, but super powerful! Any questions? I can give you a free consultation.

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03-05-2020, 05:24 AM
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