Pay-per-click advertising (PPC) is an effective way of driving new members to your membership association website. As the name suggests, you pay each time someone clicks on one your ads from a search engine and arrives at your website. In this article, we are going to look at why you might use PPC for your membership organisation website, some common issues, and how you can get started on your first PPC campaign.
In the beginning, there was the word – how to create a winning keyword strategy for SEO from scratch
In the beginning, there was the word – or the keyword. Your keyword strategy is the bedrock of your SEO strategy. Before you get stuck into creating SEO content you need to have a well-thought-out and documented keyword strategy in place. So, how you can create your own winning keyword strategy for your SEO efforts? We will show you in this article.
Membership associations operate in a crowded digital environment alongside large cooperates with aggressive marketing tactics and large advertising spends. For this reason, it can be tough for membership organisations to reach their target audiences – especially for membership recruitment. With this, how can membership organisations stand out, build visibility, and engage their members in a landscape where the average email user sends and receives 122 messages a day? In this article, we look at 5 types of email you should send to help you recruit more members.
Online marketing strategies are crucial for almost every type of organisation, and not understanding the best ways to drive your business forward can really hurt your chances of success. If you are looking for some new ways to boost your organisation’s marketing and lead generation efforts, here are ten of the best online marketing strategies. By actioning these high performing strategies into your online marketing efforts you will bring more people to your website, connect with new and returning customers, and create an online marketing strategy that works for your business.
If your website is properly designed for lead generation, it has the potential to turn into a 24/7 lead generation machine. If you are currently not generating leads through your website, then the problem may be the design of your website. But never fear! This doesn’t mean that you need to redesign your whole website. In this article, we have put together 5 simple tips to help you redesign your website for lead generation success.
Inbound marketing is a permission-based marketing strategy that encourages prospects to move through your membership recruitment funnel by attracting their attention, nurturing their interest, demonstrating value, and finally, converting them from prospects to new members of your membership association. In this article, we look at how you can recruit more members with an inbound marketing strategy.
When search engines like Google and Bing rank your membership website, they consider a combination of things that you do both on and off your website, and in this article, we will look at five simple tips that you can use to improve your membership organisation website’s SEO.
The GDPR will come into effect later this month on the 25th of May and will change the way we perform email marketing and data handling. The GDPR will mean that the types of data that organisations can store will revolve substantially around consent. This will place much more power into the hands of the individual and will give them much more control over which organisations store what data, and how it is used. What is the right to be forgotten and how does it work under the GDPR?
As a membership organisation, you are probably already investing lots of time and money into keeping your membership website up to date, all of your content and publications are well designed, and the events that you host all offer valuable information to your membership. So what more can you do? This is where CPD software comes in. In this article, we look at how offering CPD will draw more recruits for your membership organisation
Cookies are familiar for most web users. Cookies and other web analytics tools allow business to monitor visitor engagement on their website and follow up with useful marketing content, such as emails and callbacks. While Cookies are definitely useful for your marketing team, whether or not they are GDPR compliant is where the matter can get a little bit confusing. In this article, we will look at how GDPR will affect the way you use web analytics tools, like cookies, in your organisation’s marketing strategy.
As you are probably aware, on the 25th May 2018 there will be a huge change to the UK’s Data Protection Laws in the form of the General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR for short. This change will affect the way in which all B2C and B2B marketers are allowed to store, process and use data. Membership associations will be no exception to GDPR, therefore it is vital that you are aware and prepared for when GDPR comes into force. In this article, we answer the question: How will GDPR affect your membership organisation?
Google launches a new version of its Chrome web browser today (15th February 2018), which will feature an inbuilt ad blocker to try and do away with intrusive ads from the browsing experience. There are still some clear standards and unanswered questions relating to Google’s new approach, so in this article, we wanted to tell you all you need to know.