COMPLETE Video Spike Review & Bonus Methods

Video Spike is a brand new video marketing course that gives users the exact steps needed to create a high-converting video in a systematic, streamlined fashion…

But does this course also teach you how to drive traffic to those videos? To find out, read my Video Spike review below:

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Because of how well videos convert online, many marketers are anticipated to boost their tech spending:

Marketers Are Getting Ready To Boost Tech Spending

Conductor, the web presence guru firm, conducted a survey that consisted of 182 industry executives. The company sought out opinions on things such as data, technology, content research, as well as cross-departmental support issues. The results revealed that 65 percent indicated that they were going to be spending more money on marketing technology in 2015. More than a quarter of the participants said hinted that they were going to spend significantly greater amounts of money.

More than 60 percent of the marketers who took part in the survey were asked how important is data when it comes to making decisions, and they said that it plays a more important role now than it did back in 2014. Conductor made it clear that data was the foundation from everything from social media to SEO to content creation. It appeared that the marketers agreed with the company.

The professionals were also asked how critical research that relates to content creation was to them. More than 90 percent of them said that it was very important or important. The majority of executives in the business-to-business realm appeared to share that sentiment.

The participants also placed value on cross-departmental support. This was especially true in the case of digital marketing capabilities of a brand. The survey revealed that 9 out of 10 professionals ranked it as being very important or important.

The findings of the surveys should be good news for everyone in internet marketing, regardless of their levels. Marketers appear ready to increase their spending on tech, and this supports the motion that content research, cross-departmental support and data all play vital roles. Marketers are expected to consider this as welcoming news.

Google Inbox

There is in invitation only inbox that Google has launched, but in order to receive an invite, you need to use Gmail to send Google an email, but a friend can also send an invite to your inbox. As for what Inbox is, it is an e-mail application that you can download straight to your Android phone, and you can stay on top of your e-mails with it. In other words, you don’t have to be bogged down with emails all the time, as Inbox may make things a lot easier for you.

One of the best features that Inbox provides you is the snooze feature. This allows you to receive emails that will arrive in the categories that Gmail has established for them. However, you can add even more categories. Some good examples include cooking, books and anything else you want.

If emails arrive, and they are considered important, but not to the point that you have to read it right there and then, then use the snooze feature. You will be alerted about it at some point in the future, which means you won’t forget to read about it, and best of all, you can be alerted via your home PC or your phone. Just go to your settings and choose how you want to be alerted.

You can even choose to set reminders and you can do group emails in a way that allows you to make them, disappear for the time being, after you are done with them. Inbox by Google is designed to help make your digital life easier to manage. You don’t need to forget about things anymore, thanks to Inbox, but remember that it is by invite only.

The Pull-Back Marketing Method

Are you trying to figure out a way to get higher conversions from your email marketing campaigns? If so, then ‘Pull-Back’ marketing may be what you’ve been looking for. It consists of techniques that may help you boost your email conversions.

We are going to provide you with some info that includes tips and strategies that can help you get those readers who didn’t convert the first time around. These techniques may provide surprising results, and results that you will be pleased with. The key to this method is to offer your reader a reason to take the action you want them to take. Let’s face it, some people want the deal to be as good as possible before they finally buy your service or product, and with that said, there are a few techniques you can try.

One technique you can use is to show concern for the reader if they do not follow the requested action, and you can request the person to leave feedback and encourage them to let them know if you are lacking something they need. This communicates with them and it allows you to figure out what you could have done differently. Use this technique and you may be surprised at how much your conversions go up by.

One of the most time-tested ways to get more conversions is by sweetening the deal. You can giveaway a bonus in the email, but make it available only for a limited amount of time. This could lead to people making a quicker decision. Do this and you could end up seeing a major increase in your conversions.

You can re-expose the readers to your offer again bu making sure they know that there is a deadline for the bonus, and this may make them want to take action right there and then. Another option you can go with is highlighting a certain benefit your product offers, and explain this benefit in greater detail. The key is to expose your readers to your product a number of times in order to pull them back in and try to get them to take action.

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