You put a lot of planning and expense into your trade show presence, so it’s vital to make sure that your event leads are properly captured and nurtured. Effective lead management involves a combination of technology and process management — all to ensure that the right data is collected, all leads are effectively scored and routed and that a follow-up plan is used to guide your prospects through each step of the customer journey.
Author: Matt Bohar
How do you determine whether or not your last trade show social media marketing campaign was effective? Is it the number of likes, shares or impressions? Or is it the number of high quality leads you collect in your booth? In this article we discuss ways to measure your campaigns.
As 2018 comes to a close, Hollywood is shrewdly releasing its most buzz-worthy films, just in time to be eligible for the Academy Awards. In this same spirit of saving the best for last, we thought we’d share this list of key trade show marketing trends and takeaways from the past year of the Skyline Trade Show Tips blog.
Marketers have been consistently increasingly their email marketing budgets over the past five years. The reason? Email marketing continues to have a return on investment that is four times higher than social media, direct mail, or pay-per-click advertising. The key is to ensure that your messaging and targeting are getting you in front of people who are genuinely interested in your content. That’s best achieved by observing these four steps.
In this second in a series of campaign tracking tips, we explain two common digital marketing metrics that exhibit managers fail to track, and how to add and benefit from them in your own campaign efforts.
Skyline polled over 635 webinar participants in 2017 asking them how they manage their trade show leads. Do your methods match up? Read here.