Automation is powerful and integrates all your marketing tools. It establishes what actions a prospect has already taken and what actions need to follow, and then puts each prospect on a personalised journey that moves them down the sales pipeline at their own pace and according to their own buying process. The goal? Whatever the length and path their journey takes the aim is that each prospect arrives at the same endpoint – a sale.
Setting up and implementing effective marketing automation takes time, skill and a lot of initial overseeing to ensure it’s optimised to suit each of your buyer personas. By working with Shortlist Marketing, you’ll not only save time in the set-up period but also the time you used to spend on managing a manual marketing pipeline.Campaign Kick-offCase Studies
“The main reason why we chose to work with Shortlist was their experience. We were assured that their team were all well experienced and that with an understanding of our business they were more than capable of planning and implementing a quality campaign.”
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Send you prospects on a personalised journey that ends in a sale
Find the right balance of automation and human interaction
Place the right content, in front of the right people, at the right time
Let us help you avoid the pitfalls
There are pitfalls that you need to avoid with marketing automation – the most common one being that companies often try to automate the entire sales funnel, which can result in the journey being cut short rather than ending in a sale. At Shortlist Marketing, our team understands that the key is placing the right content, in front of the right people, at the right time – and knowing when human interaction is needed.Project Planner
Frequently asked questions
Questions that we have answers to
What are the benefits of marketing automation?
How does it help me convert prospects into customers?
What is good and what is bad marketing automation?
At the end of the day, no one enjoys feeling like they’re dealing with a robot. It’s frustrating, it’s impersonal and it feels like the company doesn’t value you as a customer. If your customers feel like this, it’s bad automation.
Sending generic information to everyone on your list, or not gauging where an individual is in the funnel and adjusting the next step for them accordingly, results in bad and ineffective marketing automation.
Sales funnels that still require unnecessary manual input or don’t provide insights into your lead’s behaviours are inefficient uses of marketing automation.
The aim is to give your customers a personalised experience that helps them to resolve their problem, to reduce the workload on you and your team, to provide you with insightful data, and to harness the power of the technology available. And, what this looks like will vary by organisation. We’ll work with you to ensure you get the right combination of marketing automation for your unique business.
Am I too small for marketing automation?
Definitely not. The benefits are applicable to businesses of any size. Plus, the time-saving aspects can be even more important for smaller teams where capacity is scarce.