A well-designed marketing funnel turns your site’s visitors into customers. The better you can improve that funnel, the better your profits will be.

This type of improvement is only possible, though, if you understand the unique demands of each stage of your funnel. Otherwise, your would-be customers will end up in “funnel purgatory” where they quit progressing toward making a purchase.

One very important aspect of each of these stages is the content you use. Nail this important requirement and you’ll not only enjoy higher conversions; you may also find they happen much faster, too.

Creating Content for Every Stage of Your Marketing Funnel

4 Ways to Win at the Beginning of the Funnel: Attract, Don’t Repel, Early In

At the very beginning of your marketing funnel, you need to engage your prospects. They already have some interest in your product or service, so it’s your content’s job to make …

Have your email marketing efforts fallen flat?

Do your email messages feel more like messages in a bottle?

Is it possible your subscribers are only sticking around because they don’t want to hurt your feelings?

If any of this sounds familiar, don’t be too hard on yourself.

As you’re about to see, some of the most important techniques for succeeding at email marketing are actually very counterintuitive.

Once you get done reading this post, though, you’ll be ready to put these methods to use right away and turn your email marketing around.

7 Killer Techniques for Your Best Email Marketing

Ready? Let’s dive in!

1. Your Ending Line: Start Strong by Finishing Strong (Better Responses, Proven)

We’re going to start this article with the ending of your email.

You’ve probably heard a million times that you need to begin your emails strong. If your subject line is lacking, interest will …

Have you spent lots of time and money creating content but have nothing to show for it?

If so, the problem may be that you’re not creating evergreen content.

What exactly is evergreen content?

This is content with a lengthy shelf life that will always be relevant to your readers, your brand, and your area of expertise. Great evergreen content is shared constantly and also does well in search engines.

Below, I’m going to give you 15 examples of evergreen content that you can begin creating right away to grow your links, traction and results.

15 Types of Evergreen Content That Work

Now that you have a fundamental understanding of what evergreen content is, here are 15 types of evergreen content that will work wonders for your site and online presence.

Ready? Grab a coffee (latte, tea – your choice!) and let’s delve in!

1. Cornerstone Content: First, Answer Common

You’ve heard about them – those terrifying youngsters known to all as the Millennials. Legend says they like to stare at their phones, use social media way too much, and take selfies. They are the group that marketers fear, crying, “Are we doing our ads correctly? What do we do?”

Are you one of those marketers that just knows the Millennial generation is the hardest possible generation to market to? Well, the Millennials aren’t really all that terrifying: they’re actually quite easy to advertise to, if you know how. I’ll tell you a secret: they live online.

Let’s take a look at today’s advertising world in the Millennial land, discuss this group, and show you who’s doing successful ad campaigns to this targeted younger audience – so you can, too.


 

How To Think When Marketing To The Millennial’s

Before we jump into learning about excellent brands