Throw out your traditional marketing mindset.

Inbound marketing gets you the right leads—period.

The Inbound Methodology

Inbound marketing is the best way to effectively and efficiently nurture leads through the sales funnel.

Statistics show that inbound marketing generates 3x more leads than traditional outbound methods. Not only that, inbound costs, on average, 62% less. And these leads have a far higher close rate than outbound leads.

Your potential customers are always online. Inbound marketing gives you the tools you need to find them and market to them—where and when they need it. By sharing remarkable content that solves their pain points, you can turn strangers into lifelong customers.
Strangers

Attract

Blog

Keywords

Social Publishing

Visitors

Convert

Forms

Call-to-Actions

Landing Pages

Leads

Close

CRM

Email

Workflows

Customer

Delight

Surveys

Smart Content

Social Monitoring

Promoters
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Practicing Purposeful Inbound Marketing Gets You More— And Better—Leads

Big THINKing = Big Results

The secret to inbound marketing isn’t in the formulas—it’s in the evolving strategy. You have to stay in tune with your audience in order to offer attractive solutions to their problems. And you must continue to adjust your marketing to keep your content relevant to your audience as their needs change. Otherwise, say hello to stale marketing and reduced ROI.

LISTEN

It’s not all about you.

The only way inbound marketing works is if you understand your buyer personas’ wants and needs. What are their pain points and how can you solve them? When you listen to your audience, you’ll discover what makes your business remarkable and how to differentiate yourself in a competitive landscape.

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Set the wheels in motion.

Now enter the part of inbound that has the potential to deliver next-level results—the strategy. The key to success is to set clear, measurable goals. Then take the tried and true formula of inbound further and implement calculated tactics to personalize it for your brand.

LEARN

The truth is out there.

Too many businesses look at campaign and website launches as the end result. But launching an inbound marketing campaign is just the beginning. Using analytics and performance metrics to continually evaluate your marketing efforts is essential to finding out exactly what’s working for you—and what isn’t.

ADJUST

Tweak…and then tweak some more.

Inbound marketing isn’t a “set it and forget it” method. The most successful businesses move the needle by constantly optimizing their inbound marketing strategies as they continue to learn what resonates with their buyer personas and what is converting visitors to leads.

REPEAT!

Keep up the good work.

The crux of a great inbound marketing strategy is repeating the process as you see successes growing your business and converting more leads. Regularly setting goals—and hitting them—gives you the momentum you need to review, set next-level goals and keep pushing for greater results and higher marketing ROI.

See Our Inbound in Action

52%

increase in site visits

92%

growth in contacts

22x

more members

How? By implementing a consistent, strategic inbound marketing plan that focuses on, blogging, gated content, email automation, social media and videos. And by continually evolving our plan to address the ever-changing pain points of our client’s buyer personas. 
Sara Harberson

"THINK has become much more than just a company we hired for our marketing and websites. They have actively become our most trusted advisors. We have learned to listen to them because everything they've encouraged us to do has translated into tremendous results. They fuel our two businesses with creativity, ingenuity, and extraordinary forethought. We can't live without them—not even for a day."

SARA HARBERSON
Founder, SaraHarberson.com & AdmissionsRevolution.com

Sara Harberson
Admission Revolution

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