Are you a Senior Living Marketing or Executive Director and made it to DigitalMarketer website? Congrats - you are already ahead of the curve. Are you feeling tired and frustrated with your website generating little to no leads? Are you tired of trying of relying on A Place For Mom's leads that are sent to every community in your state? Totally understandable - and that is why we created the SmartChoices Tool to help you and your community generate your own unique leads. Not only are these leads owned by you, but you are gathering very intimate information so you can decide which leads need the most attention and when. We have worked with 100+ communities and most thought their problem was more traffic. Traffic was not the problem - Conversion were. The SmartChoices Tool puts an end to that challenge. Looking forward to discussing how we can best serve your community. Scott R. Wells
Ask the right questions. Turn the unknown into the known. Dismantle complexity and replace it with simplicity. This is our world. It’s what we do to create value for our clients. Our world of digital marketing stretches well beyond a website, a platform, or a campaign, and fundamentally transforms the way a business performs. To create this world, we draw on the proven powers of four best practices. We identify, attract, convert, and engage. Identify. Before the drilling begins, the oil must be found. Before the marketing begins, the customer must be found. Before the first word is written, or the first image chosen, the customer is identified, understood, and prioritized. This discipline lies at the heart of how we help our clients redefine and achieve the potential of their business. Our process creates a depth of understanding that brings an expanded perspective. It gives you a foundation for scalable growth. And it illuminates the creation of high value content essential to attracting, converting, and engaging your customers. Attract. Exposure is easy. Traffic problems are simple to solve. Google, Facebook, and LinkedIn have billions of users. Make a thoughtful investment, and each platform will send traffic. The challenge is to make this investment profitable. The solution is to offer the quality of high value content that breaks through the noise, appeals to the right people, and encourages them to learn more about you. In one sense, this is a classic priming of the business development pump. But the way we go about it is different. Our work is only half complete once we attract a prospect. We do more than put the right message in front of the right prospect. Businesses don’t grow simply because traffic is driven to a website. They grow when they create and keep the right customer. Convert. There can’t be a business without a customer. And there can’t be a customer without conversion. The moment when conversion takes place is the moment that defines the future of a business. Without conversion, visitors never become prospects. Prospects never become first-time customers. Customers never grow, and their lifetime value is never fulfilled. This is why we prepare for conversion by laying identification and attraction groundwork. We have found that taking these two preliminary steps can reduce many of the traditional challenges of conversion. Conversion does not exist in a vacuum. It is more than a call to action, more than exchanging content for an email address. Conversion is a turning point. It’s where you establish rapport, illuminate your capabilities, create value, reinforce trust, and advance the relationship. Engage. Your clock and your prospect’s clock rarely keep the same time. Some prospects are highly deliberate. They move slowly and perform exhaustive research before they make a decision. Some are hopeless procrastinators. And others are highly impulsive, who trust their instincts to race forward with decision-making. We use engagement strategies to synchronize these different clocks. We make sure the process of creating and keeping a customer aligns with your prospect’s behavior. Push too hard when you should give a prospect some time, or stand aside when the prospect is waiting for you, and you’re in trouble. The solution is deliberate and thoughtful engagement.