Nirmalablog commented on the following stories on BizSugar
Standing out from the crowd is an art. We need to work on a lot of smart strategies to understand the customer needs, engage with them and personalize our product/service for them to get more sales/conversion. I like all the six points discussed in the article, specifically the last two points. I agree that the constant reading gives innovative ideas to implement and yes, it would be good to work on our strengths to improve. I would say that we need to do many experiments in understanding the needs of the customers and do customize our business for them. Then, it will be easy to stand unique and yield more profit. This is the great piece of content that includes a lot of helpful tools, thanks for sharing Erik, have a good day. "
It is a well-known thing that the humans have the little attention span and yes, we need to work in a smart way to grab more eyeballs for our product/service. I like the efficient strategies listed by the author and the concept "Adaptive pricing" is new to me. Yeah, I agree that the call-to-action has more value, and it would be good to add the personal touch to win the customer's heart. I would like to thank the authour for showcasing some remarkable resources to increase the sales, I'll try to make use of them. Thanks Erik for the awesome share, have a great day ahead. "
When I entered into BizSugar, it is the top post on the homepage. I would say that it is a wonderful article on email marketing with which the businesses can build a relationship with their customers and progress their brand awareness. The author has explained the three essential stuff of email marketing. If a brand wish to make the first-time visitors come back regularly, then it is vital to implement the three strategies(Segmentation, personalization and customization) in its EM campaign. I totally agree with the viewpoints of Dennis! Of course, GetResponse has some irreplaceable features to track and understand the subscribers. Thanks for sharing this priceless post for BizSugarers, Erik. Have a good day!"
No one could deny accepting the fact that the color of the product/purchase has an impact on the buying decision of customers. I would say that the author has crafted the post in a safe manner and nailed the topic as well. Nice to know that the most of the colors has the triggering ability to convert visitors into visitors. I'm a part-time blogger who have been blogging since 2013 but yet to design an attractive landing page to get more leads. Yes, Twitter and Facebook are rocking with the blue color and thus I would like to get the same color for my landing page to enhance professionalism. "