It’s already been estimated that digital marketers are expecting to have to do more with less budget in the year ahead. Without live events and exhibitions to fall back on for lead generation, the things you used to do for lead generation and affiliate onboarding will need to change. It’s going to require more creativity to keep connecting to new customers and affiliate. You’ll need to seek out more opportunities to keep your brand being “seen and heard”.
Focus on Digital
Without a doubt programs and businesses that focus on digital advertising will benefit from new leads. Your marketing plan should include a critical analysis of your business or program and the websites you invest in to gain a wider reach. Make sure your sales pages and sign up pages are optimized to increase lead generation.
Share engaging photos, offer educational blogs, and create videos to keep your social media presence dynamic and active, these channels are going to be heavily relied on for outreach with the lack of live events. Target your audience with paid advertising wherever you can and invest in quality lead generation or content marketing for outbound lead generation to drive new sales and affiliate sign ups.
Consider Multiple Channels for broader visibility
Make it easy to sign up to your program, create an onboarding process that helps affiliates get what they need at the time of sign up.
Be Consistent. Give Value
Finding places to share your content is the first place to start. Once you’ve identified sites that can put your message in front of the right audience segment invest in quality content writing and give more value.
Be prepared and remain positive
You must change the way you think about marketing your business and your affiliate program and you need to be willing to adjust your marketing and business strategy to meet the changing behavior of online marketing and how to break though the increased noise we’ll be seeing on digital channels to survive and thrive.
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