Lead Generation Resource Center
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A Conversation About Franchise Email With Two Guys Who've Sent 100 Million
There's always going to be naysayers about older marketing channels. But I firmly believe in the power of email for now.
2015 United States of Franchising
In the past 12 months, almost 3.7 million people have visited FranchiseHelp.com, the internet’s leading resource on becoming a franchisee. Given the sheer volume of Americans seeking information of franchising from us, we’re in a unique position to look at how this breaks down across the nation.
We accidentally pushed a major code bug OR What we learned selling our own contact information
One of our most common themes here at the Lead Generation Resource Center is the importance of continuous innovation. As we’ve written before, the lead generation industry (not simply in franchising) is rife with complacent players that are content implementing yesterday’s tech solutions today.
The First Two Franchise Instagram Ads You’ll Ever See
While we are incredibly new to the mobile photo app advertising game, here’s a few principles we used to create the ads:
Our best email of 2015 – And what it teaches us
Well, for 2015 I’m happy to report that we’re probably going to end up sending well over 100 million emails! And that only means that we’ve learned more about how potential franchisees interact with email.
Don’t Click on My Ad! The Paradox of Free Branding
Text ads in LinkedIn appear in a few different places; at the top of the page or on the right rail. Even though they are far less likely to be clicked than sponsored posts, the payment and ad serving mechanism is the same for both ad types. You choose a bid per click and you pay that bid every time a user clicks on one of your ads. The frequency with which your ad is shown is based on the value of your bid relative to bids of other advertisers targeting the same audience.
Email Segmentation.... Is It a Good Idea?
It might seem obvious to say that everyone reacts to emails differently, but how do you put that into practice? Do you send different emails based on where people live? What franchise industry they’re interested in? Their current role at work? Something else altogether?
‘Tis The Season (To Find a Franchisee)
Apologies for borrowing a Christmas season phrase, but I thought it would get you in the “seasonal spirit.”