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How Marketing Automation Saves You Time and Money [GRAPHIC]
Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Marketing automation software automates, streamlines and helps you measure your marketing activities. It makes you smarter, faster and more efficient. You use it for email marketing, lead generation, lead nurturing, lead conversion, social media, client retention, ROI measurements and more.

Among many things, marketing automation allows you to:

  • Identify, track and engage prospects online

  • Segment your prospects for targeted messaging

  • Nurture leads through drip email campaigns with no human intervention necessary

  • Create and manage lead-generating landing pages

  • Measure the revenue contribution of every email, e-newsletter or other marketing effort

Email marketing is one of the most effective uses of marketing automation. Consider these statistics:

  • Companies that automate emails are 133% more likely to send messages that coincide with the purchase cycle of their customers.

  • Relevant emails drive 18x more revenue than broadcast emails.

  • Personalized emails generate up to 6x higher revenue than non-personalized emails.

  • The #1 reported benefit of email marketing automation is the creation of more and better leads.

  • Automated emails get 119% higher click rates than broadcast emails.

Most attorneys have a finite amount of time to dedicate to legal marketing, so having a process in place that nurtures a lead along the path to becoming a client and having data that demonstrates the most effective marketing tools for your law firm is a great benefit. That is what marketing automation delivers.

This infographic from a recent Entrpreneur.com article shows 9 different ways that automation saves you time and money:

How Marketing Automation Saves You Time and Money


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