This is a contribution from Maria peeler, certified email list ACTIVE campaign consultant congratulations! You've signed up for a marketing automation tool to turn your business into a 24/7 marketing and sales machine. Now what? Setting up a marketing automation tool can be daunting: with so many options and tasks, where do you start? What if you could start with three simple automations that deliver near-immediate return on investment (roi)? I reveal three extremely simple marketing automations that can deliver roi in 24 hours - these are the automations I build for my clients immediately, as they recoup their investment in marketing automation (and my services).
The best part? These automations are quick and easy to build (or have a certified ACTIVE campaign consultant build them for you). Let's start! 3 automations delivering 24/7 roi automations are: integration of a new customer cart abandoned (even if you don't have a cart)generation of new leads and follow-up why these three particular automations? Because they email list address the most profitable stages of your sales funnel, starting with the people who are already spending money with you: onboarding new customers provides an exceptional welcome to people who have recently purchased from you, so you're likely to keep them as customers longer abandoned cart targets people who have expressed an interest in spending money with you, but have been interrupted or may have objections new lead generation and follow-up provides a steady stream of leads for the previous two automations.
After all, where do these new and abandoned email list potential customers come from? Qv4pctfh6 24hrroi1 these three automations create a 24/7 marketing and sales flow delivering qualified traffic at every stage of your sales funnel. Automated new customer onboarding "The person most likely to buy from you again is the customer who bought from you most recently." – chris Baggott, email marketing by the numbers if you remember one thing from this article, it's the quote from chris above. Look after your current customers first: too many entrepreneurs and marketers seek out new customers, then forget about them once they've purchased.