Affiliate Marketing: Affiliate marketing is one of the oldest forms of marketing, and the internet has brought new life to this old stand-by. With affiliate marketing, you promote other people’s products, and you get a commission every time you make a sale or introduce a lead. Many well-known companies like Amazon have affiliate programs that pay out millions of dollars per month to websites that sell their products.
A content marketer, for example, can create a series of blog posts that serve to generate leads from a new ebook the business recently created. The company's social media marketer might then help promote these blog posts through paid and organic posts on the business's social media accounts. Perhaps the email marketer creates an email campaign to send those who download the ebook more information on the company. We'll talk more about these specific digital marketers in a minute.
With offline marketing, it's very difficult to tell how people are interacting with your brand before they have an interaction with a salesperson or make a purchase. With digital marketing, you can identify trends and patterns in people's behavior before they've reached the final stage in their buyer's journey, meaning you can make more informed decisions about how to attract them to your website right at the top of the marketing funnel.
The new digital era has enabled brands to selectively target their customers that may potentially be interested in their brand or based on previous browsing interests. Businesses can now use social media to select the age range, location, gender and interests of whom they would like their targeted post to be seen by. Furthermore, based on a customer's recent search history they can be ‘followed’ on the internet so they see advertisements from similar brands, products and services,[45] This allows businesses to target the specific customers that they know and feel will most benefit from their product or service, something that had limited capabilities up until the digital era. 

Si un cliente tiene una percepción de valor alto entonces el precio que está pagando por adquirirlo es aceptable y entiende en su cabeza que lo que está recibiendo es igual o mayor al precio que está pagando por adquirirlo, entonces tu negocio tiene la oportunidad de generar un retorno positivo y la posibilidad de incrementar el número de productos o servicios que puedes ofrecerle.

At HubSpot, we talk a lot about inbound marketing as a really effective way to attract, engage, and delight customers online. But we still get a lot of questions from people all around the world about digital marketing. So, we decided to answer them. Click the links below to jump to each question, or keep reading to see how digital marketing is carries out today.
Como sabemos todos, los comienzos no son sencillos cuando nos disponemos a trabajar desde casa por internet. Hay muchas personas que también han tomado la elección del trabajo en casa como forma de vida, y muchas comparten tu profesión o especialidad. Hoy en día hay más gente que trabaja desde casa que en otros tiempos, por las bondades de la conexión a internet.

Digital marketing became more sophisticated in the 2000s and the 2010s, when[18][19] the proliferation of devices' capable of accessing digital media led to sudden growth.[20] Statistics produced in 2012 and 2013 showed that digital marketing was still growing.[21][22] With the development of social media in the 2000s, such as LinkedIn, Facebook, YouTube and Twitter, consumers became highly dependent on digital electronics in daily lives. Therefore, they expected a seamless user experience across different channels for searching product's information. The change of customer behavior improved the diversification of marketing technology.[23]
Cross-platform measurement: The number of marketing channels continues to expand, as measurement practices are growing in complexity. A cross-platform view must be used to unify audience measurement and media planning. Market researchers need to understand how the Omni-channel affects consumer's behaviour, although when advertisements are on a consumer's device this does not get measured. Significant aspects to cross-platform measurement involves deduplication and understanding that you have reached an incremental level with another platform, rather than delivering more impressions against people that have previously been reached (Whiteside, 2016).[48] An example is ‘ESPN and comScore partnered on Project Blueprint discovering the sports broadcaster achieved a 21% increase in unduplicated daily reach thanks to digital advertising’ (Whiteside, 2016).[48] Television and radio industries are the electronic media, which competes with digital and other technological advertising. Yet television advertising is not directly competing with online digital advertising due to being able to cross platform with digital technology. Radio also gains power through cross platforms, in online streaming content. Television and radio continue to persuade and affect the audience, across multiple platforms (Fill, Hughes, & De Franceso, 2013).[51]
Una vez que nos hemos decidido a tener uno, viene una de las decisiones más importantes y difíciles, que es…¿Cómo elegir un nombre?. En muchos casos dependerá del uso que vayas a darle a esa cuenta de correo. Por ejemplo, si es para intercambiar mensajes con amigos o conocidos, puedes poner nombres originales o graciosos. Pero si lo vas a utilizar para fines más serios quizá debas poner un nombre más formal.

The "sharing economy" refers to an economic pattern that aims to obtain a resource that is not fully utilized.[79] Nowadays, the sharing economy has had an unimagined effect on many traditional elements including labor, industry, and distribution system.[79] This effect is not negligible that some industries are obviously under threat.[79][80] The sharing economy is influencing the traditional marketing channels by changing the nature of some specific concept including ownership, assets, and recruitment.[80]


The kind of content you create depends on your audience's needs at different stages in the buyer's journey. You should start by creating buyer personas (use these free templates, or try makemypersona.com) to identify what your audience's goals and challenges are in relation to your business. On a basic level, your online content should aim to help them meet these goals, and overcome their challenges.

A todos estos paquetes y cartas recibidos por los usuarios de la lista de Correos, hay que sumar todas aquellas cartas que envían particulares a personas como el Rey, la Reina o Julio Iglesias, en las que ponen Lista de Correos esperando que los funcionarios las hagan llegar a su destino. Asimismo, están todos los certificados que los carteros llevan a los domicilios de los destinatarios y que no pueden entregar por ausencia de éstos.


Pero hay una solución a este problema. Por ejemplo, puedes configurar un sistema automático de envío de correos electrónicos para recordar a cliente de que en algún momento debería dedicar un tiempo a considerar la utilidad de tu producto o servicio. El correo debe ser personalizado para este ciente. También se puede enviar una newsletter de forma periódica que informe al cliente de las novedades que surgen en tu cartera de productos o servicios.
Search engine marketing - Search engine marketing (SEM) is a form of Internet marketing that involves the promotion of websites by increasing their visibility in search engine results pages (SERPs) primarily through paid advertising. SEM may incorporate Search engine optimization, which adjusts or rewrites website content and site architecture to achieve a higher ranking in search engine results pages to enhance pay per click (PPC) listings.
Video advertising - This type of advertising in terms of digital/online means are advertisements that play on online videos e.g. YouTube videos. This type of marketing has seen an increase in popularity over time.[58] Online Video Advertising usually consists of three types: Pre-Roll advertisements which play before the video is watched, Mid-Roll advertisements which play during the video, or Post-Roll advertisements which play after the video is watched.[59] Post-roll advertisements were shown to have better brand recognition in relation to the other types, where-as "ad-context congruity/incongruity plays an important role in reinforcing ad memorability".[58] Due to selective attention from viewers, there is the likelihood that the message may not be received.[60] The main advantage of video advertising is that it disrupts the viewing experience of the video and therefore there is a difficulty in attempting to avoid them. How a consumer interacts with online video advertising can come down to three stages: Pre attention, attention, and behavioural decision.[61] These online advertisements give the brand/business options and choices. These consist of length, position, adjacent video content which all directly affect the effectiveness of the produced advertisement time,[58] therefore manipulating these variables will yield different results. Length of the advertisement has shown to affect memorability where-as longer duration resulted in increased brand recognition.[58] This type of advertising, due to its nature of interruption of the viewer, it is likely that the consumer may feel as if their experience is being interrupted or invaded, creating negative perception of the brand.[58] These advertisements are also available to be shared by the viewers, adding to the attractiveness of this platform. Sharing these videos can be equated to the online version of word by mouth marketing, extending number of people reached.[62] Sharing videos creates six different outcomes: these being "pleasure, affection, inclusion, escape, relaxation, and control".[58] As well, videos that have entertainment value are more likely to be shared, yet pleasure is the strongest motivator to pass videos on. Creating a ‘viral’ trend from mass amount of a brands advertisement can maximize the outcome of an online video advert whether it be positive or a negative outcome.
En ventas, una negativa generalmente significa «de momento no me interesa». Por ejemplo, una objeción frecuente de los clientes es que ahora mismo no tengo tiempo para valorar si el producto o servicio que me ofreces es útil. En realidad, lo que el cliente está diciendo es que le interesa el producto o servicio, que lo ve útil, pero que ahora mismo no tiene tiempo para atenderte. Es tentador eliminar a este cliente del embudo de ventas y dejar de hacer el seguimiento de esta oportunidad o lead.

Supongamos que siempre encuentras dos objeciones en los posibles clientes a la hora de vender tu producto o servicio. Por ejemplo, «no creo que sea lo que estamos buscando» o «en estos momentos no tengo tiempo para atenderte».  Una solución sería programar una serie de correos electrónicos para enviar automáticamente  a lo largo de las próximas semanas.

Normalmente este tipo de servicios se utilizan para no dar nuestra propia dirección. Por ejemplo puede venir bien cuando una web te pide que introduzcas tu correo para acceder a una parte que no todo el mundo tiene acceso (con la intención de luego mandarte información que posiblemente no te interese). De esta manera no comprometerás tu cuenta y nunca te llegarán esos correos.
En la vida real, cada fase del embudo de ventas incluye numerosas acciones: contactar telefónicamente con el cliente, enviar correos electrónicos recordando al cliente que tiene que tomar una decisión, hacer una demostración del producto o servicio y hacer el seguimiento de cada uno de los clientes o leads. Por eso conviene ayudarse durante el proceso de venta de alguna herramienta informática.
Hola, mi nombre es Mariano Cabrera Lanfranconi, vivo en Santa Cruz de la Sierra (Bolivia). Soy Licenciado en Publicidad; Consultor & Trainer de Empresas. Actualmente me desempeño como Director Comercial para Latinoamérica en UVirtual.org, soy CoFundador de TuMercadazo.com y como speaker brindo charlas en diversos temas de motivación, redes sociales, marketing, publicidad y ventas. Al día de la fecha, he capacitado a más de 20.000 personas y brindado servicios de consultoría a importantes empresas de todos el país.
Ahora que ya sabes lo importante de medir cada una de las acciones realizadas en el embudo de ventas y que tu negocio necesita de esto para comenzar a establecer acciones estratégicas e incrementar tu facturación mensual, no olvides medir los visitantes, Leads y Leads calificados, oportunidades y ventas que tu negocio está generando bajo un modelo de Inbound Marketing, donde tus análisis estará mucho más preciso para saber qué acciones y cuál es tu cuello de botella en el embudo comercial y anticiparte al mercado para tomar decisiones a corto y largo plazo.
Uno de los análisis más populares del consumidor es el conocido como «embudo del mercadeo». Este modelo presenta el proceso simplificado que sigue un consumidor desde que recibe información sobre un conjunto de productos o servicios hasta que compra una marca determinada. Su aplicación al mercadeo es de gran ayuda en el diagnóstico de una marca, así como para evaluar las acciones de mercadeo. Este modelo fue propuesto originalmente por Elmo Lewis en 1898 y se le conoció como el modelo AIDA, por las iniciales en inglés de las cuatro etapas del proceso de compra que sugería: conocimiento, interés, deseo y acción (awareness, interest, desire, action). El enfoque original ha sido modificado por muchos autores, quienes han incorporado nuevos eslabones, tales como prueba del producto y lealtad. Ha sido aplicado en otras disciplinas, como la prestación de los servicios e incluso, más recientemente, el análisis de las redes sociales en internet. También ha recibido críticas: hay quienes[¿quién?] lo consideran obsoleto para los tiempos actuales, sobre todo por el impacto de los medios digitales en los modos de acceder a la información y tomar decisiones de compra de los consumidores.[cita requerida]
In the 2000s, with increasing numbers of Internet users and the birth of iPhone, customers began searching products and making decisions about their needs online first, instead of consulting a salesperson, which created a new problem for the marketing department of a company.[15] In addition, a survey in 2000 in the United Kingdom found that most retailers had not registered their own domain address.[16] These problems encouraged marketers to find new ways to integrate digital technology into market development. 
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