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Fundamental Sales and Marketing Alignment Strategies

When I first started doing marketing and lead generation, I used to worry about being driving leads for my clients. I've since learned that's the easy part! As long as there’s enough marketing activity, like blogging, email marketing, and social media, people will come to the website, and lead conversion rates will increase. Cool! Job done, right? Wrong.

Someone visiting your website is analogous to someone walking into a physical place of business. In a place of business, they would typically be addressed by a salesperson. Unfortunately, there isn’t a 3D human interaction when a person visits a website, so how do you cross the line between attracting people to your site and engaging them in a sales conversation? There’s a solution for that! The following fundamental sales and marketing alignment strategies can help companies replicate that in-person experience, optimize lead conversion, and increase their return on investment.

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How to Add Keywords to Your Website Using Best Practices

One of the main reasons to have a website is to get found online when someone is looking for information regarding your type of products or service offerings. These days, your website is your company – it replaces a physical space with a virtual space.

Like roads lead customers to a physical place of business, keywords lead online users to your virtual place of business. Without doing foundational SEO work, your website will not have the opportunity to get found by the right people. And even worse, your competitors will have a wide opening to rank for your keywords, meaning they will get the first crack at potential customers.

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How to Select the Right Business Keywords for SEO

As you know, virtually all buyers search the internet before making a purchase, so ranking online for the words and phrases most relevant to your products and services is essential. Business keywords are the bridges that connect qualified prospects to your website.

Here's a high-level overview of how to choose the best terms and phrases that your potential customers will most likely search online. To help illustrate, I'll refer to an example of a medical device company called Paragon28.

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What is Growth Driven Website Design?

It's safe to assume that the majority of your target prospects will go to your website well before they have any other interaction with your organization. It's their first impression, and they'll be sizing you up immediately upon walking through the virtual door. The traditional website design process is quickly becoming antiquated because it doesn't address the growing needs of the online buyer.

If a website project is on the horizon (which it should be - it should always be on the agenda), watch this video to learn more about an approach that will ensure your site is a high-value marketing asset that continually drives business growth.

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Real-Life Digital Content Strategy Example

The way you present your company online directly impacts your ability to get found by your target audience, pique their interest, build trust, engage with them, and help them. In this video, I share a real-life example of how to build a digital content strategy to build your brand.

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Biotech Content Marketing Basics for Improved ROI

Most biotech companies regularly create marketing content such as webinars, presentations, publications, posters…the list goes on (press releases, web pages, blog articles, social posts). Creating and promoting content is essential for advancing growth. Getting the right content in front of the right people increases awareness, builds trust and credibility, and generates opportunities.

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Biotech Website Basics to Optimize User Engagement

Your website is most likely the first impression your potential customers or other key stakeholders will get about your biotech. It only takes mere seconds for someone to form an opinion based on their user experience.

A well-structured site gives visitors a feeling of competency and trust. In addition, it encourages them to engage with your company, creating more opportunities to help you accomplish your business goals and objectives. Here are four biotech website basics required for developing a digital presence optimized for your biotech company’s growth.

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SEO Basics to Get Your Biotech Found Online

Google processes over 3.5 billion searches per day, and some of those searches are inevitably related to your science and mission. Search engines index websites based on the content found on each web page. The only way your target audience even has a chance to find your website organically is by optimizing your pages for words and phrases relevant to your business.

Here are the search engine optimization, or SEO, basics required to increase your biotech company’s online visibility and get found and noticed by people interested in your industry, company, and science.

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Simple Way to Connect Your LinkedIn Contacts to HubSpot

When you're in sales and marketing, or any other business role, you're probably looking at contacts on LinkedIn. If you're using HubSpot CRM, you may want to get those contacts into the database so that you can identify good fit leads and track your sales activity. In this video, I'll show you a quick and straightforward way to sync LinkedIn contacts to HubSpot.

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Example of Optimizing a High-Performing Web Page

We have a top-performing blog article for website traffic - it gets 6x more than our next highest-trafficked page, our Home page! As any good marketer would do, we are always looking for ways to optimize high performing pages. The goal is to make sure the people coming to the page match our ideal customer profile, get value, have plenty of opportunities to engage with more content, and can easily self-select into the sales process.

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