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What is Inbound Marketing?

Inbound marketing, also known as pull marketing, relies on drawing potential leads to your business without you actively approaching them, as opposed to outbound marketing which directly targets leads. The objective is to attract potential customers, provide content that’s informative and would encourage them to buy from you or use your services later down the line, and to build a strong level of trust with them. 

 

The quality of content produced will need to be high as you want to gain the attention and trust of your potential customers. Well written, and well-informed content indicates knowledge. The content also must be relevant to your target audience, you will want to attract the right people to your service. There is a wide variety of content that is classed as inbound marketing. Popular and effective forms of inbound marketing content include but are not limited to: blog posts, white papers, social media content and newsletters, with each form having its own benefits.

Use in a sentence...

Part of our marketing strategy needs to include inbound tactics by creating content that is relevant to the products and services that we offer.

Inbound marketing, also known as pull marketing, relies on drawing potential leads to your business without you actively approaching them, as opposed to outbound marketing which directly targets leads. The objective is to attract potential customers, provide content that’s informative and would encourage them to buy from you or use your services later down the line, and to build a strong level of trust with them. 

 

The quality of content produced will need to be high as you want to gain the attention and trust of your potential customers. Well written, and well-informed content indicates knowledge. The content also must be relevant to your target audience, you will want to attract the right people to your service. There is a wide variety of content that is classed as inbound marketing. Popular and effective forms of inbound marketing content include but are not limited to: blog posts, white papers, social media content and newsletters, with each form having its own benefits.

Use in a Sentence...

Part of our marketing strategy needs to include inbound tactics by creating content that is relevant to the products and services that we offer.

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