Make sure you have a diverse program mix in your inbound marketing plans. You should be engaging in both organic and paid campaigns to drive traffic to your website to generate leads. Think about audience building and lead generation on social media, and consider engaging in paid programs like paid email marketing sends, content syndication, paid webinars, and more to drive leads into your funnel.
Authentic insights from other organizations that have used your service in the past help to kill some of the doubts that B2B buyers might have about investing money with a new company. In fact, 92% of customers will read online reviews before they even consider a purchase, and around 50 or more reviews can lead to a 5.6% increase in conversion rates.
Your leads and customers are more likely to read and take action on your marketing emails because many of them are looking forward to receiving this type of communication from you. In fact, according to Marketing Sherpa, 72% of U.S. adults prefer to receive email communications from companies. This is compared to only 17% of U.S. adults who prefer communication through social media channels.
Email Newsletters – These are regular emails that are sent to a list of subscribers who have chosen to receive updates from a company. Newsletters usually don't have explicit sales messages, but try instead to build a relationship between a customer and a brand. They often have a conversational tone and contain news and information that will be of interest to the customer. The goal is to keep a customer connected to a company even when they are not buying anything.

To make sure everything is formatting correctly, click Send me a test email to receive a sample message. Toggle to Gmail and check the message. If everything looks good, return to that dialog box and click Send Emails. You’ll now see EMAIL_SENT next to each contact in the Merge Status column of your spreadsheet. If you want to perform another mail merge from that same spreadsheet, remember to delete that text from the Merge Status column of each recipient you want to email again. 
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