First and foremost, in order to grasp how to improve our website, we must first get a fundamental knowledge of the lead generating process.
What factors are at play when a website visitor converts into a lead is not immediately apparent.
This often occurs when a website visitor clicks on a call-to-action (CTA) button that is displayed on one of your website pages or blog posts to initiate the lead generating process. After clicking on the CTA, they will be sent to a landing page, which will feature a form for collecting the visitor's contact information. After the visitor has completed and submitted the form, they will be sent to a thank-you page on the website.
With the foundation of lead generation established, we can move on to the intricacies of lead generation.
In order to evaluate your progress and identify the areas that need the greatest development, it is critical to benchmark your existing level of lead generation before you begin. Some of your pages may have the potential to be fantastic lead producers, and you are completely unaware of it.
The usage of email marketing may result in traffic being generated by visitors who click over to your website from one of your emails.
Use of social media: Users that participate in a campaign via one of your social media accounts may generate traffic for you.
Users that contact your customer care team via a live chat window on your website may be a source of traffic for your company.
Blog Entries: Your most popular blog posts may bring in the most visitors.
Using a tool like Website Grader, you can analyse the contribution of each of your current lead generators to your company. Website Grader examines your lead generation sources (including landing pages and CTAs) and gives suggestions on how to enhance your existing content.
Similarly, landing pages that perform well may be contrasted with landing pages that perform less well. Consider the following scenario: you get 1,000 visits to Landing Page A, and 10 of those visitors complete the form and become leads. Landing Page A would have a conversion rate of one percent, which would be ideal. Consider the following scenario: you have another landing page, Landing Page B, that receives 50 visitors who convert into leads for every 1,000 visitors.
If a visitor to your website searches for "lawn care ideas" and ends up on a blog post you wrote titled "10 Ways To Improve Your Lawn Care Regimen," you should avoid linking that blog post to an offer for a snow-clearing consultation. Make certain that your offers are relevant to the page on which they are appearing so that you may leverage on visitors' interest in a certain topic.
Almost immediately after a visitor comes on your website, you may begin gathering information about their conversion route. This route begins when a visitor comes to your website and ends (ideally) with them filling out a form and becoming a lead for your company.
If the appearance of your site is what first draws a visitor's attention, the call to action (CTA) is what maintains it. However, you should avoid bombarding your visitors with an offer to see the longest or most difficult information you have on your website.
You should provide a free trial or a subscription to a recurring campaign on your homepage, since it is the first page of the marketing funnel and should be the first page of the marketing funnel.
Creating blog material that promotes an ebook or white paper, whereby your website visitors may learn more about the same subject they just read about on your blog, is another non-intrusive strategy to develop interest in your company.
This is the point at which lead generation and search engine optimisation come together (SEO).
Blog material is one of the most effective methods of gaining the page authority necessary to rank your website on Google. Visitor traffic originating from search engines, such as Google, is frequently more concentrated on seeking answers to problems that you can address, making this sort of lead creation very useful.
In order to get started, do keyword research on a subject that is important to your business and write a series of blog entries centred on that topic. After that, write a paper that digs considerably further into the subject matter. Create a PDF version of this report that your blog readers may access by entering their name, business, and email address in the appropriate fields.
Not only are live chat services becoming more sophisticated, but more and more customers are expecting them while learning about potential vendors from whom they may wish to make a purchase. If this is the case, you might be losing out on a significant lead generator.
In order to create leads using live chat, you need conduct an audit of your website to determine which pages your visitors spend the majority of their time on. Installing a live chat feature on the sites where clients want the most support or information is possible if you have the appropriate development resources. While addressing their inquiries, you may gather and document information about their product requirements in a more informal manner.
Dynamic content allows you to personalise the experience of viewing your website for each and every web visitor that comes to your site. The graphics, buttons, and product selections that people see when they arrive on your site will be personalised to their interests, the sites they've browsed, or the things they've already bought.
Even better, customised calls-to-action convert 42% more visitors than standard calls-to-action do, according to research. Instead, dynamic content and on-page personalisation assist you in increasing the number of leads you produce.
This is a really important step in the process, and we cannot emphasise it enough. A/B testing may make a significant difference in your click-through rates.
For example, when Friendbuy conducted a basic A/B test on their calls-to-action, they discovered a 211 percent increase in the number of people who clicked on those CTAs. Something as easy as experimenting with the phrasing of your call-to-action, the structure of your landing page, or the photos you're using may have a significant influence, as shown by the results obtained by Friendbuy.
It's important to remember that no lead will miraculously transform into a client. Leads are just as excellent as the efforts you put into developing them.
Set up a pipeline for leads who have completed a form on your landing page so that they don't forget about you and then send them relevant content that fits their interests to keep them engaged. Lead nurturing should begin with appropriate follow-up emails that are filled with valuable information.
The email provides the receiver with valuable material, directs them down the funnel, and gets right to the point of the conversation. According to Forrester Research, firms that nurture their leads see 50 percent more sales-ready prospects than their non-nurturing counterparts at a 33 percent cheaper cost than those that do not nurture their leads. So go to work sending emails.
You rely on leads to complete sales and expand your company's operations. Using the suggestions provided above, you may make the most of every chance without allowing dissatisfied website users to leave your site.