When it comes to using inbound marketing for qualifying leads and turning them into customers, your qualifiers are the first line of communication. They are the ones who are building the initial trust, setting the sales people up for success.
Watch as Craig Kilgore and Dave Perry chat about turning leads into customers.
He’s our liaison between marketing and sales, and his name is Brandon Koch. Brandon takes care of incoming leads, calling those who express interest in Mainstreethost and exploring how we can best meet their needs.
Find out more about Brandon, his love for Buffalo sports and recent ice fishing adventures in this week’s edition of #MSHMondays.
Free and cheap doesn’t usually get the job done correctly or completely. Sure, a free trial of new software is a great way to test out something new, but when you’re building a new website and you decide to go the cheapest route possible, you’re bound to run into some serious SEO limitations.
In the world of search engine optimization (SEO), things can get tricky quickly, even for someone who’s been working in the industry for more than two years. And this is no different for 301 and canonical redirects. While many think these function in the same way, they’re actually used for completely different purposes.
Once you have the right audience expressing interest in your business, you know you’re doing something right. But what’s the next step? Where do you start with qualified incoming leads, and how do you turn them into customers?
Should you invest the time and money into fixing an existing site’s SEO, or should you start over with a new domain? Let’s review the pros and cons of each to see what’s a better fit for your business.
Not everyone would choose helping a customer in distress over making a big sale – but Jeff Leonard isn’t just anyone. A four year veteran of Mainstreethost, Jeff makes it his mission to ensure our customers’ satisfaction on a daily basis.
I’m here to serve up some education and answer the hard questions about SEO pricing. Bear with me as we approach the who, the what and the why behind these valuable marketing services and how much they cost.
Pat DePuy has been a part of the inbound marketing team at Mainstreethost for a year and a half now. At work, he writes and promotes blog content, runs the weekly Twitter #photochat, and shoots product photography for clients. Learn a thing or two about Pat, his photography and his dive into homebrewing in this week’s edition of #MSHMondays.