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A string of ideas and alternatives over the last 10 years has forced us to transform the way we sell and understand how the market works.

The customer has always been a strong point in companies, as it could not be otherwise. However, something has changed. It is no longer just a pillar, but also the subject on which companies focus. And not only that. Getting, keeping and increasing the number of them is an important challenge for online businesses.

That's why today we want to tell you what you can do to improve your relationship with customers in this sphere.

You need to do something to improve your business

In online business we are not just talking about a sales portal anymore. Blogs come into the picture as well. What good is a corporate website nowadays without the presence of valuable content capable of capturing the attention of your readers or potential customers? Surely, at some point you felt the need to create a website to survive in today's world, and you did it. Hence, your business got the online surname.

We are sure that you don't know of a successful brand that has gone unnoticed by the creation of a website. Of course, the world has changed and, with it, so have brands. The desire to increase visibility in a world where consumers are going online to search or consult anything, is a golden opportunity that companies started to take advantage of a couple of years ago.

Companies, in their physical manifestation, have long since ceased to be the main advisor and consultant to consumers. Now, when you need to make a query, you immediately turn to the internet. That's where you find a world of blogs, websites and forums full of the information you're looking for. Even social networks do the same. How many brands do without these tools these days?

In the end, it will be the information that best suits your needs or problems that wins your attention.

To improve your relationship with your customers

We know that this is one of your main objectives. Companies compete to capture the attention of their customers, attract them, convert them into sales opportunities and, finally, into loyal buyers for the brand. This process generates a close scenario with the customer, but to achieve it you must use the following techniques:

  • Create a website and a blog if you don't have one.
  • Define your buyer persona or potential customer profile.
  • Generate quality content using long tail keywords.
  • Improve SEO positioning.
  • Use dissemination techniques, such as newsletters.
  • Share the content created on social media channels.
  • Measure your results.

Of course, carrying out these techniques in a coordinated way is a process that takes time. Don't worry, don't get overwhelmed. We want to share with you a place where these and other actions come together in a joint and coordinated way. We are talking about the Inbound methodology. If you want to know how to put it into practice, remember that you can ask us any questions without obligation.

At Envisage & Grow we are all ears.

So you don't forget: Inbound Marketing

Improving the relationship with your online business customers requires using techniques focused on this area. In In Inbound Marketing, every minute counts, and every action can be measured to determine where you need to improve.

Blogs have become digital marketing tools, and improving the relationship with customers no longer depends solely on the moment of purchase; on the contrary, we are talking about an experience that starts from the moment the customer finds you.

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