Evergreen SaaS Landing Pages You Should Have Running at All Times [Examples]

It’s a vicious cycle that many SaaS marketers fall into—you’re trying to hit your lead-gen targets, but your budget and resources are tight. So you turn to a quick, one-off campaign to generate some leads. Then, once that campaign runs its course, you start planning the next one.  And so on. (And so on.) While… Continue Reading Evergreen SaaS Landing Pages You Should Have Running at All Times [Examples]

Weekend Favs December 7

Weekend Favs December 7 written by John Jantsch read more at Duct Tape Marketing My weekend blog post routine includes posting links to a handful of tools or great content I ran across during the week. I don’t go into depth about the finds, but encourage you to check them out if they sound interesting. The… Continue Reading Weekend Favs December 7

Ask MarketingExperiments: How do I (quickly) write value-infused headlines?

We frequently receive questions from our email subscribers asking marketing advice. Instead of hiding those answers in a one-to-one email communication, we occasionally publish edited excerpts of some of these conversations here on MarketingExperiments so they can help other readers as well. If you have any questions, let us know. Dear MarketingExperiments: I read some… Continue Reading Ask MarketingExperiments: How do I (quickly) write value-infused headlines?

Break Free B2B Series: Judy Tian on Humanizing B2B Through Influencer Marketing

As the world’s largest social network for professionals, LinkedIn* lies at the epicenter of people and business.  Profiles on the platform put a real face on our professional brands, allowing visitors to learn about our interests, career experiences, and personalities. Emphasizing this human element, and creating a genuine sense of community among members, is paramount… Continue Reading Break Free B2B Series: Judy Tian on Humanizing B2B Through Influencer Marketing

Best Web Hosting Providers

Hosting seems like an enormous headache at first. Shared hosting, dedicated hosting, VPS, managed hosting, server cores, different RAM, CDNs, SSL certificates. It’s endless. We’ve managed hundreds of websites ourselves over our careers. Large, small, and everything in between. Using our first-hand experience, we waded through all the hosting options and narrowed it down to… Continue Reading Best Web Hosting Providers

Who’s the Hero in Your Business?

Many businesses are mediocre because they don’t have the slightest desire to be heroic. They just want to get through… Continue Reading The post Who’s the Hero in Your Business? appeared first on Copyblogger. Powered by WPeMatico

5 Thank You Pages That Take Post-Conversion to the Next Level

If you’re like me, you say “please” and “thank you” automatically.  You’ve been saying these magic words since you were a kid. Because you were strongly motivated. Forget your manners, and you’d be humiliated in front of your family or strangers. Refuse altogether, and you’d be denied the obscure object of desire.  “What do we… Continue Reading 5 Thank You Pages That Take Post-Conversion to the Next Level

Weekend Favs November 9

Weekend Favs November 9 written by John Jantsch read more at Duct Tape Marketing My weekend blog post routine includes posting links to a handful of tools or great content I ran across during the week. I don’t go into depth about the finds, but encourage you to check them out if they sound interesting. The… Continue Reading Weekend Favs November 9

Why 80% of the Words on Our Webpages Are Wrong: Learn the #1 key to high-converting copy (Part 2)

This article was originally published in the MarketingExperiments email newsletter In Part 2 of our series on high-converting copy, Flint McGlaughlin shares six common but deadly mistakes copywriters make on webpages. He gives strategies to correct those errors and teaches viewers how to ease the customer through organic friction in the buy process. Watch this replay of… Continue Reading Why 80% of the Words on Our Webpages Are Wrong: Learn the #1 key to high-converting copy (Part 2)