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Keep Audience Glued To Your Website

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- Mansi Priya, Marketing, Trivone Digital

The primary aim of every website is to generate traffic, but business owners should ensure that their digital campaigns generate traffic for a specific target audience. The right audience stays at the website and will lead to conversion. It is important for a website to retain the traffic and the audience revisit the site. 
 

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To keep your audience stick your website and make them revisit is a primate. Lets talk about some tips which can help you make your audience stick to your website

#1 Right Audience
The first and foremost thing to be taken care of is the right audience. The website should appeal to the correct audience and do not misguide the audience using irrelevant data or inappropriate design. The positioning of the website should be done correctly keeping in mind the emotional and pyschological requirements of the audience. For example, a B2B company website should not be similar to a website of an FMCG product. So catering to the right audience is critical to make them stay on your website.

#2 Design
The first thing that leaves impact on the visitor is the design of the website. Good use of graphics and attractive designing should be done. The visitor should not feel bore about the website nor should it be that the design is over the top. It is important to make the website attractive, and interesting. The design should convey the right message and postion the website appropriately.

#3 Content
The website should display clear and understandable content. It should connect with the audience and live up to the landing page promise. Good headlines should be used to make the audience stick to the website and read the content. Depending on the audience a relevant style of writing should be used and make the visitor glued to your story.

#4 Navigation Structure
When a visitor gets to a website and have no idea how to find what he is looking for, then the structure is poorly executed. The structure of the website should be clear and easy for the audience to reach the right service or the right story in not more than 3 steps. The structure should not confuse the audience leading them to the wrong story or service. The content should be organised in a way that goals of the website are met by integrating user needs, business needs and content categorisation.

#5 Interactive & Engaging
When you attract traffic to your website you should be immediately able to engage them. There should be relevant content on website to keep them engaged. The website should have videos and testimonials to connect with them. The website should be interactive and have a two way communication such as maintaining a comments and feedback column. As you engage your visitors you  build trust, which leads to conversion. 

#6 Technically Sound
The website should be technically simple but not as simple as to hack. Every component of the website should work quickly and correctly. If the website has broken components, it leave the visitor frustrated. The plugins should work properly and shouuld be optimised appropriately with right keywords.

#7 Call to Action
A call to action is imperative that leads the reader to decide. This final step is absolutely crucial because once you have hooked your audience to your product/ brand/ service they should know the steps to take order to obtain it. This is the stage when you convert your lead into conversion through your website. See how various websites has done it well http://www.wordstream.com/blog/ws/2014/10/20/call-to-action-examples

So we analysed some quick tricks to keep the traffic stick to your website. Hope this helps you in maintaining your traffic as well as successfully increasing it.

Content Marketing The Driving Wheel For Business

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- Mansi Priya, Marketing, Trivone Digital

Content Marketing is taking a bit of heat as marketers scramble to jump on the latest trend of thinking like a publisher. B2B companies are executing this idea to enhance profitability. They are successful in doing so because targeted content is one of the most powerful tools for brand building and increasing sales and marketing.

There is no reason to state that B2B brands and companies are boring, it is the content which makes them interesting. Content makes their agenda attractive and leaves a strong impact. It convinces the reader that you are someone they can trust and do business with. One should understand the audience and cater to them in the best creative way to grasp their attention and generate revenue from it.

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Marketers are churning out content more than ever before and reaping great results from it. According to a survey by Content Marketing Institue 70% of the B2B marketers are producing more content in 2015 than in 2014. This is a clear reflection how content marketing has become a powerful tool today. Some of the popular B2B companies have gained success in 2014 such as Toshiba, Linkedin Talent Solutions, IBM and many more.

In marketing, clarity and simplicity of message is cardinal. Good content catalyses a good content marketing which drives the business.

Expanding Business Through Social Media

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- Mansi Priya, Marketing, Trivone Digital

People used social media to interact with friends and relatives. Now they interact with brands and companies through social media. It is a great tool for organizations to promote their websites and to keep new and existing customers chatting about their business.

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Social media marketing is attaining new heights to promote businesses. The number of SMEs is increasing and so is their marketing strategy. A report states that out of 10 SMEs, 8 use social media for their business to drive growth. Many B2C marketers attain their customers through Facebook. Majority of the luxury brands have a presence on Pinterest which increases their sales and increases user engagement. Majority B2B marketers connect with organisations and do business through Linkedin. Celebrities have fan following through twitter, even US President just logged in twitter to connect with his countrymen.

Social media lowers many geographical barriers creating a much broader spectrum of people to target. Social media profiles and content can be seen and shared from anywhere on the planet, thereby offering businesses significant opportunities to increase brand awareness and engagement. There are many successful campaigns on social media for companies like Oreo, Red Bull http://www.jeffbullas.com/2014/03/24/6-brands-that-will-have-you-rethinking-your-social-media-marketing-strategy/

Businesses must therefore utilise social networks to enhance their interaction with a broader audience in diverse locations. If businesses wish to optimise their digital marketing, a move towards social media is essential.

We DO Need Some Education!

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How Do you ‘Educate’ Content customers?

Let me start with a confession. Last month I pontificated to my internal team that one should never use the term ‘educate’ customers and that it smacks of arrogance on our part. I stand corrected. Given the number of customers that I have seen in my short span of over four years in the Content business, I think there is a dire need to ‘educate’ customers. And then some.

I am constantly amazed at the amount of ignorance that prevails within the customer segments that want outside help to create content. For instance, there was this customer who was shouting at one of my content managers to “reduce the font size on Twitter”. There was this other customer who went live with a website two months back and gave a list of 40 (yeah, you read it right, Forty!) new features to be added to the website with a comment “they were expected in the design anyway”. I mean, on what basis did they go beta, alpha and then live? Didn't anybody check? Surely someone was asleep at the wheel and since the boss is now asking for explanations, the easiest thing is to palm it off as the vendor’s mistake. And there is this ubiquitous customer comment that I get “it is ok, but it can be better”! Agreed. But what exactly? The design, the content, the colors, the text, the font, the videos, the tweets, my hairstyle…

I concede that Content is not something that you can get your head around very fast. It is also a fairly nascent business, wherein you are using stuff that is lying within your own outfit to market. Having said that it is also fairly well established that it is probably one of the most powerful tools for marketing yourself. There are no clever one liners, no awesome creative to distract anyone. You are telling your story in the best possible manner to your audiences and using technology to take it to them in their own devices. It is that simple as a concept.

One of the easiest (and also the toughest) ways to do that is to inculcate a sense of discipline within the whole process. Here are five things to start out with:

1.     Why do you want content? Is it for your customers, prospects, to build a brand, for your shareholders, employees?

2.     Where do they consume their content? Is it on the mobile, tablets, radio, offline?

3.     Where is this content now and in what form? Normally most companies have around half the raw content lying inhouse and the other half to be created.

4.     Is content marketing a key deliverable of the marketing effort? If it is not, make it one today.

5.     Should I build or buy? Do you have the wherewithal to do all the content marketing activities yourself or do you need a partner?

The above questions may not be easy to answer in the first pass, but answer it one must, for they form the fundamental building block for any Content leveraging that an organization is planning to do. Most (Indian) companies go at it without any thought process. The visionary CEO believes that Content Marketing ought to be done and then everybody scrambles. I recall talking to one such person (who I hugely respect) who told me “we have the content, we know the market and we know the narrative . So why cant we do it ourselves?”. I said, “you got an office constructed, told the architect what you wanted and gave him the budget. Did you build the office?”.  The biggest fallacy that most organizations have is “Content is only smart written English”. If that were indeed so, ad agencies would not have needed copywriters and film makers wouldn't need scriptwriters.

By the way, we still partner the CEO in question.

Content is one of the most potent weapons in your marketing armory to make a difference in your business eco-system. To use, or not use the potency is the question you, as an organization, need to answer. And fast. There is no harm learning new stuff everyday.

I will be in touch.

Content is not King! It is the Emperor who is not wearing Clothes.

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- L Subramanyan, CEO Trivone

I am quite tired of this cliché. I mean, everybody I meet tells me that Content is the next best thing after sliced bread, but the minute you scratch the surface, you figure out that either they are mouthing inanities that they clearly don't understand, or worse, don't even care. The only analogy that I can think of is a Delhiite who has got used to mouthing “we respect our women”. Touche.

Think about it. You have reams of content sitting inside a company and the best that they can do is put up a really bland and anti-septic case study on their website, which is updated once a week. Stretch it and they will produce an even more bland video, with their CEO or their customer(s) sitting across the table in a  black suit and saying:

“we are very excited with this blah blah technology and are confidant that this is going to have a transformative impact on the industry”; or

“we are excited to work with Subu and Co (insert your company name here) and are confidant that this association will lead to a win-win situation for both the companies;

Or words to that effect.

There are stories out there. Engaging stories, stories about people, stories about their lives getting changed, stories about how a company has deeply impacted finite sections of people, why, even societies. Stories that do not need to hide behind the mumbo-jumbo of officialese or technical claptrap.

More importantly, stories that you would want to read or watch and share and think about.

People like to read about people, period.

Why do companies fight shy of humanizing their stories? Why do they believe that hiding behind the technology screen is going to get them readers? Why do they think that their customer is one big entity, staffed and run by automatons, devoid of any human emotions? Beats me.

The customer who is sitting across the table, albeit in a black suit, is still a human being. (S)he has emotions, feels anger, happiness, frustration, has a home… and while (s)he may be a taking a  decision based on purely logical and rational basis, there is no harm in doing it with a chuckle.

You have customers to sell to. You have great products, provide great services, have a world class process to back it up… problem is your competitor also has exactly the same. The chuckle can sometimes be the difference between the two of you.

The first thing you do to that is to throw out the black book. Discover stories within your company. Discover the kind of stuff you have done for your customer(s). Go beyond the obvious. Discover the difference you, your company, your product have made to your customer’s customers lives. If you haven’t made any difference, you have a bigger problem.

Write them down. Capture them on camera. Tell a story. A 2 page case study can be told in 3 minutes on video and will be far easier to consume. Viral your videos socially. You will hear a lot more chuckles and more smiling faces when you meet your prospects next time.

You have a treasure trove inside your own organization to go out and market with in terms of these stories.

Now go and drape the damn emperor!