Find out what you can do to move a prospect from awareness to interest in the marketing funnel. Plus, hear how prototypicality plays a role in helping customers feel comfortable enough to take the next step.
- Advertising has to be compelling enough…to bring a prospect into the funnel, but then, from there,…that first touch point must be effective enough…to prevent them from exiting the funnel.…This can be done a multitude of ways.…For starters, you may need to have a long duration…of repetitive awareness.…You continue to stay present with the customer…and once they're in your market,…then can recall your brand.…Or, you may need to have…a very compelling advertising campaign…that engages your audience right away…and pulls them in immediately.…
Regardless, it's crucial that you also consider…that experience as they move from awareness into interest.…Are you set up to handle that?…If you create awareness improperly,…by misrepresenting your product,…setting the wrong expectation,…or having a bad landing experience,…someone comes into your funnel confused,…and they'll quickly back out.…If you create great awareness,…but the consumer lacks the trust that they need,…they're not going to be ready to move to that next step,…
- What is the marketing funnel?
- Segmenting the marketing funnel
- Mapping the buyer's journey
- Creating a marketing sequence
- Converting: Moving through the funnel
- Improving the funnel
- Evolving the funnel
Skill Level Beginner
1. Marketing Funnel Basics
2. Marketing Funnel Segments
3. The Buyer's Journey
4. A Marketing Sequence
A funnel scenario3m 57s
5. Moving Through the Funnel
6. Improving Funnel Performance
7. Evolving the Funnel
Next steps1m 15s
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