The debate between SharpSpring vs HubSpot is raging but your platform doesn’t matter as much as your partner’s expertise. Here’s why.
No one is “just-looking” at your website. The “window shoppers” who read a few pages are clearly interested in something, and maybe they found it. Maybe not. Does your current marketing strategy include a sales and marketing automation platform that produces measurable sales revenue from these visitors? This month, we present two thoughtful questions about technology and commitment to the New Year for your consideration.
The truth is the content doesn’t need to have high production budgets, but to get results it does have to be emotional, authentic, consistent, and “on message.” It also requires a production/distribution model that provides the actual experience for your prospective customers and existing clients.
Koertni Adams, Marketing Director of SharpSpring interviews Jason Kramer to learn what it takes for a company to be successful in leveraging SharpSpring.
Like many marketing agencies, we had been helping clients with their email marketing campaigns for nearly 20 years and around 2010 we knew basic email marketing technology was going the way of the dinosaurs, minus the climatic impact.
Disruptive marketing means identifying the right customers, nurturing them to where they fall in love with you, and then converting them into paying customers. Jason Kramer, founder of Cultivize, says you got to strike when a prospect is showing interest. Somebody walking into a retail store is immediately showing interest because they’ve walked through the door. Jason’s system is essentially creating that virtual door to let you know when people are walking through it, who’s interested, and who’s potentially making a purchase. Learn more about this system works and how you can utilize the information that you get from it.