Conversions are what marketers are after, but going straight for the conversion can and does backfire.
Austin, TX. (PRWEB) February 09, 2012
The Digital Marketer Pro newsletter discusses how human knowledge is accumulating outside the human brain at an unprecedented rate, and as marketing experts they reveal the strategies about how to monetize this human knowledge.
Reading people’s minds is how the Digital Marketer Pro newsletter gets a glimpse into what people are searching for online and posting about online. At Digital Marketer, they are always trying to come up with “mind reader marketing” strategies on a regular basis. The Digital Marketer Pro newsletter says it is not really as romantic as it sounds, because there are no crystal balls, no turbans, and unfortunately no belly dancers or castanets.
Typically people just stare at their laptops and drink coffee, then they suddenly see something or read something that sparks an idea, for example the Digital Marketer Pro newsletter explains that the infographic at the right of this press release is one of those ideas. The Digital Marketer Pro team gives the lowdown on this particular infographic spark, which is based on its search results alone. Google has been able to predict the winner of each Republican primary more accurately than the pollsters, says the newsletter. It’s not an exact science, explains the Digital Marketer Pro newsletter, but it is an incredibly useful byproduct, one that may be as accurate as professional polling data.
The Digital Marketer newsletter explains, this kind of data is gold for marketers. This data measures what people are interested in right now, in real time, explains the Digital Marketer Pro newsletter.
Polling data is useless compared to actual attention, which is what Gmail is measuring, and is what Twitter search is measuring, it is also what drives Facebook’s ad revenue, it is the future of marketing, explains the Digital Marketer Pro newsletter. Conversely, the Digital Marketer Pro newsletter explains, that pollsters are measuring how many people will answer their phones when they see an unknown number, or how many people will click-thru on an online poll.
Understanding the difference in these 2 metrics is huge, explains the Digital Marketer Pro newsletter. Conversions are what marketers are after, but going straight for the conversion can and does backfire explains the Digital Marketer Pro newsletter. Getting someone’s attention is how to get prospects and leads, reveals the Digital Marketer Pro newsletter, reading minds is how to get quality leads and prospects who are actively searching for products.
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