Sooner or later, every agency owner must solve a persistent problem: How to generate steady cash flow. After all, cash flow helps agencies pay expenses, invest in technology, and hire talented people.
After wasting hundreds of hours writing custom proposals that didn’t result in new business, Paper Planes developed a more profitable way to acquire new clients and boost revenue without working harder.
They used to struggle through periods of feast or famine, now Mat O’Flynn’s agency is generating streams of predictable revenue by combining conversion marketing with other digital marketing services.
Martin Wong was looking to increase his company’s email opt-ins. One day, he came across ConvertFlow and saw what it could do when it comes to lead generation.
FEE.org was getting almost a million visitors a month. Unfortunately, only a small number of those people were on their list. They wanted to start showing popups on their website and grow their email list faster.
Although they already have thousands of members enrolled in their fitness plans and coaching programs, Rudy Mawer’s team is always looking for ways to expand their audience and capture more market share.
Spiro’s team was looking for an all-in-one tool that would let them highly customize their marketing process so they could engage new and returning website visitors, as well as users using different CTAs.
Frank Brogie, Content Marketing Manager at Repsly, was looking for a way his team could embed a form directly into a CTA, so readers could consume deeper content without having to leave the blog post.
Sean McCabe was struggling to find a simple way to personalize his website messaging without hacking together lots of different tools. Like any paid subscription business, his success depends on...
As head of marketing at RVing Planet, Nate Morse was searching for a more effective way to help the company’s audience see the content and solutions that are most relevant to their needs.