Warriors Brand LLC

A Buyer-Focused
Approach

Meet your customers where they are, and move them to purchase. Not sure where to begin with inbound?

A Buyer-Focused
Approach

Meet your customers where they are, and move them to purchase. Not sure where to begin with inbound?

Why Does Inbound
Marketing Work?

Inbound is a buyer-focused, measurable approach to marketing that helps you meet your customers where they are. Every inbound marketing activity (website, email, PPC, social media, content) is tracked and measured. Continuous monitoring and testing is then done to help you make data-driven decisions about what’s working, what’s not, and respond quickly. Inbound helps keep your sales team fed with leads, maximizes sales enablement, and frees them up to sell.

The good news: You’ll be finally be able to see and prove ROI on your marketing efforts.

How Does Inbound
Marketing Work?

We help our clients build brand awareness by developing digital content and promoting it through multiple channels such as social media, email marketing, social advertising, PPC, and earned media placement.

Then we help them push visitors further down the sales funnel with content that answers questions during the consideration and decision stages. Finally, we keep existing customers delighted with retention-focused content and exclusive offers just for them.

What Are The Four Stages of
Inbound Marketing?

Inbound marketing starts with understanding your customers as
they move through the four stages of the buyer’s journey
Each stage invokes different questions, challenges and concerns for your buyer. Think of it like a board game, with customers advancing to the next stage with your help.
By matching relevant content to each stage of the buyer’s journey, you’ll reach customers in a way that works for them. You’ll be seen as a helpful advisor, build trust with prospects, and have better customer retention.

Your first goal is to make your potential customers aware of you and all the services that are available. You can do this by creating content on social media networks, blogs posts or even building a website where people will be able find answers for their questions- anything creative!

Congratulations! You have just attracted qualified prospects to your website or social media account and it’s time for the next step in converting them into leads. At this point, we want their contact information so that they can be contacted by email or phone call if needed- but don't forget about those outbound marketing efforts too because sometimes people find you through word of mouth alone

The right amount of attention is key to turning leads into paying customers. If you shower your prospects with too much, they'll tune out and hit the unsubscribe button before even getting started on what it was that merits their interest in first place; but if not enough time or energy spent taking care those who are interested - then these same people will forget about us completely once our service has been delivered!

But what about Delight? The most ignored stage in the inbound marketing methodology, companies are ignoring at their own peril. I challenge you to look back and identify how much of your business growth came from referrals and increasing sales with existing customers. Chances are these two elements alone can account for quite some percentage or entirety on overall revenue increase

How To Get Started With
Inbound Marketing

The whole idea of inbound marketing is to attract, convert, close and delight
your customers. But in order to do all that, you have to start somewhere.

First ask yourself these questions:

Then develop your inbound marketing strategy by: