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A Retail-Specific Set Of IT Tools For A Large Wholesaler
We were approached by Media Markt - one of Europe’s largest retailers. The customer’s requirements were focused on the three main areas: eCommerce and stock management. customer's local web presence. self-service terminals. Finally, to highlight the benefits of working for Media Markt, our team developed and launched an online recruitment portal. Via this portal, a potential employee can see current vacancies with filters for a job position and location, apply for a position by filling out an online form and attach their CV. With this improvement, the customer was expected to gain an edge in the competitive labor market by attracting more relevant candidates, streamlining the assessment procedure, and building a full-fledged base of potential candidates to invite later.
How We Helped A Law Firm Increase Local Lead Volume In Five
In 2014, Stangl Law, S.C., a local criminal defense law firm approached us with two big problems: a deprecated website and a large digital advertising budget with little to show for it. Good leads were few and far between and the entire marketing budget was achieving next to no return. To turn a trickle of lackluster leads into a steady stream of valuable clients, we made radical improvements to the firm’s website and implemented a local content marketing strategy—all while pairing back ad spending to a small, hyper-focused campaign. In just the first year, we achieved a 55% increase in lead volume. By the end of the fifth year in 2020, we achieved a 216% increase in lead volume compared to the first year. Given the firm’s relatively small local client base, its high lead volume often outpaces its ability to take on new clients, giving the firm the ability to pick and choose preferred cases over others.
How We Sourced And Automated A Six-Figure Sale From Twitter
We consistently run a high-volume of content production on Twitter (90-120 tweets per account per month). Our company Twitter handles have grown by over 2,100 followers in the last year. Using marketing analytics, we tracked that a demo request came from a user who first found us on Twitter. We used the lead intelligence gathered from the Twitter feed and demo request activity to provide a highly personalized sales experience and nurtured the lead to a marketing services deal.
XL Feet provides expertise to and fits adults with wide and long feet. Adrian Coulter, XL Feet's founder has grown the business by catering to this niche. The phones are ringing, customers are ordering products online, and people travel from around the country to visit XL Feet's store. However, prolonged eCommerce projects, a missing integrated UPC/POS/Inventory system, cohesive marketing, and the staff to support the growing operations prevented the business from scaling sustainably. Growth caused Adrian to be caught in the day-to-day operations and putting out any "fires" that come up and had left him feeling overworked. Fears started to arise around being able to adequately service the needs of his customers. What was missing from how he was existing in his business was predictable outcomes, freedom, and autonomy.