(PRWEB) March 25, 2014 -- Internet marketing powerhouse GetUWired recently released the third installment of its "Beginners' Guide to Infusionsoft" series, "Beginners' Guide to Infusionsoft: How to Choose Goals." This article is available on the GetUWired blog at http://www.getuwired.us/Small-Business-Web-Marketing/.
This installment of GetUWired's Infusionsoft guide is meant to educate Infusionsoft users on how to properly choose goals for their email marketing campaigns within Infusionsoft's Campaign Builder.
How to Add Goals to an Infusionsoft Campaign
When building campaigns in Infusionsoft, the user's first question will be, “How do I get people into my campaign?” There are several different ways to get new leads or customers into campaigns, such as filling out a form, clicking a link or downloading a file.
Whatever goal is chosen, contacts much accomplish it before they go any further. A goal is like a brick wall – to get to the next step, contacts have to get through the goal. Each campaign must start with a goal, and there can be additional goals further into the campaign.
- Sign Up for Newsletter
- Register for Event
- Attend an Event
- Request Information
- Download a File
- Indicate Interest
- Purchase Online
- Request a Meeting
- Attend a Meeting
- Participate in Facebook Promo
- Accept Twitter Offer
Perfecting goal settings
Goal settings allow users to further specify the action to be accomplished with the goal. Goal setting options include:
- Submits a web form
- Submits a landing page form
- Clicks a link
- Reaches a score
- Purchases a product
- Submits an internal form
- Completes a task
- Moves an opportunity
- Applies a note
- Applies a tag
- GrowSocial form is submitted
- Twitter lead gen card is submitted
- API call is made
After you choose the goal icon and drag it into your campaign, click on the little icon at the bottom left corner of the main goal icon to choose exactly what that goal is going to accomplish.
For example, the main goal could be “Indicate Interest” and the goal setting (the small icon) could be “submits a web form.” The main goal is a broader term and the smaller icon is a more distinct description of exactly what the contact will be doing.
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Lee Goff, GetUSales, http://www.getusales.com, 855-834-4850, [email protected]