Many of our users occasionally asks us that where can they promote their missed call number. We have listed below major places where you can promote your miss call number and get maximum result out of it.
On every website page
Place your missed call number on every page of your website including the landing pages, and try to align it with the goals of the page. For example, the website page may indicate to buy a product or service, the visitor is further along in the sales cycle and readier to buy, so place your missed call number for more middle-of-the-funnel offers like free trails, product demos, or free consultations that speak to the interests of a visitor who is closer to a purchasing decision.
On your blog
Just as every page on your website should include a missed call number, so should every individual blog post you publish. Again, try to align the content of the offer with the content of the blog post as best as you can in order to increase user engagements. Furthermore, add missed call number for your best performing offers to your blog’s sidebar, and create a banner including your missed call number for the top of your blog, as well.
On your print material
Place your missed call number on posters, flyers, brochures and even on visiting card, stating offers like free trails, product demos, or free consultations that speak to the interests of a visitor who is closer to a purchasing decision. Effective inbound marketing nurtures leads from their point of conversion through to their point of purchase.
In dedicated emails
Place your missed call number in emails that you send to your prospects and clients. Because most marketers spend so much time and effort developing and growing their email database, dedicated email sends for your offers can be one of the most effective ways to promote them, generate new leads, or nurture existing leads. Focus your email send around one particular offer, and create optimized emails that motivate readers to click on your offer, convert.
In your email signature
Place your missed call number in your email signature. This will be particularly effective for your sales team. Encourage them to add a brief text-based missed call to action at the end of their email signature to help nurture prospects with whom they’re communicating using more content they might be interested in.
In social media profile and status updates
Whether it’s within your company’s description, on your profile image, or in your Twitter account’s background, use this space wisely and strategically to support lead generation. Share your missed call number in your social media for lead generation by adding a brief text based missed call to action like free trails, product demos, or free consultations that speak to the interests of the target audience. On Facebook, create custom page tabs to highlight or feature your best offers followed by missed call to action.
On Targeted LinkedIn Company Product Tabs
Have you considered adding your offers as “products” or “services” on your LinkedIn Page’s ‘Products’ tab? It’s a great way to increase visibility for your offers on LinkedIn. LinkedIn marketers can also create targeted variations of their page’s ‘Products’ tab to display particular products/services/offers to specific demographics of LinkedIn users to increase click-throughs and ultimately conversions! To add an offer to your ‘Products’ tab, visit your LinkedIn Company Page as an admin, click on your page’s ‘Products’ tab, and click ‘Add a Product or Service’ under ‘Admin Tools.’ To create targeted variations of your ‘Products’ tab.
In PPC Campaigns
If you’re using pay-per-click (PPC) as a way to complement your organic SEO efforts, think of your PPC ads as simply CTAs for your offers. Add your missed call number to it to maximise the leads.